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Filtration System Now Features Touchscreen Technology

Transor V4 with touchscreen control and automated sludge handling

Transor Filter will debut a number of improvements to its line of One Micron Filtration (OMF) systems, including a new, improved design for their V-Series Filtration units that will be in booth 237440 at IMTS 2022.

According to Irv Kaage, Transor CEO, "We continue to innovate as a company. Because Transor's One Micron Filtration (OMF) delivers benefits to varied applications such as tool and cutter grinding, carbide and HHS, lapping, EDM, carbide tipped saw blades and the like, we are constantly reviewing how to improve those end user experiences."

The addition of touchscreen technology to the unit's control boxes will enhance communication with the machine operators. With a simple touch, operators will be able to display many of the machine functions in real time.

With the increase of automated and unattended machining, Transor's new automated sludge handling device replaces the traditional sludge box. This completely automated drag out system makes the capture and reclamation of valuable materials, such as carbide, easy and profitable.

For heavy stock removal applications such as HSS, the new Transor SR eliminates the need for a magnetic pre-filter. The design of the SR provides enhanced back flushing of the elements and is offered for a single machine or as a centralized system.

Collaboration to Maximize User Productivity

Transor Filter USA has also announced a working relationship with Star Cutter that includes the promotion of Transor's OMF system and Star Cutter's line of tool and cutter grinders. Both companies will have their technology on display in the Grinding Pavilion at IMTS in Transor booth 237440 and Star SU/Star Cutter booth 237013.

According to Irv Kaage, Transor CEO, "After several meetings and a presentation made to management and sales staff, Star SU recognized the many benefits that Transor's patented One Micron filtration brought to their ability to produce both carbide and HSS cutting tools. The combination of One Micron filtration and temperature control (0.1 ºC) has maximized their productivity."

Kaage added that Star SU will be offering Transor as a filtration option on its specialized tool and cutter grinders. Plans also include the installation of a Transor unit in the company's manufacturing facility.

Star Cutter specializes in producing solid carbide cutting tools, carbide blanks and preforms, gundrills and 5-axis CNC tool and cutter grinding machines. In addition, the company has an extensive line of gear grinding, hobbing, chamfer/deburring and vertical turning machines.

For more information contact:

Transor Filter USA

3000 Malmo Drive

Arlington Heights, IL 60005


IMTS North Building, Level 3

Booth 237440


5200 Prairie Stone Parkway, Suite 100

Hoffman Estates, IL 60192


Star Cutter

23461 Industrial Park Drive

Farmington Hills, MI 48335


IMTS North Building, Level 3

Booth 237013

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