PULSAR The Non – Foging AtomiZZer PULSAR is pulsing system designed to produce a stream of air and coolant together without creating a fog or atomized mist.
Pulsing behavior of coolant additionally increasing cooling effectivity and drastically improving remove of the chips from the work area.
Pulsing time can be controlled easily. AtomiZZer PULSAR can be used with or without pulsing.
The special Clamp hold the Sprayer very stable and without anny slipping during machine movements, as it is the case with the magnet bases.
Sprayer Clamp can be easily attached to almost any surface with very strong hold.
The low pressure, high volume sprayer provides a targeted spray to the cutting area and the work-piece without atomizing the coolant droplets.Therefore no unwanted coolant mist is generated where the sprayer is operating.
This makes the work area where the system operates safer.
The system is compatible with a wide range of coolant types and works well even at pressures as low as 8 PSI. All the coolant is targeted at the cutting area through the sprayer nozzles. The absence of airborne oil based pollutants reduces the health risks associated with mist coolant systems significantly. The system provides a very clean and controllable way of directing coolant to a cutting operation.
The sprayer is by standard equiped with One Airpressure regulator
The Atomizzer PULSAR Coolant Sprayer system is available in both Half Gallon and Full Gallon versions.
Full Gallon version can be configured in dual nozzle and single nozzle mode. The systems can significantly
improve the potential to machine aluminium on a CNC router. Have a look at the video to get a feel for how the system works.
The supply can be manually turned on with the provided valve or can also be configured by the software with an electronic solenoid valve.
Machining of Aluminium and light metals
Machining of Aluminum is a hot topic when it comes to CNC routers. A CNC router is not big milling machine.
The routers can be used to machine aluminium as long as the machine is used appropriately with careful attention to the toolpaths.
To machine Aluminium you need (at least) to run an airline to the cutting zone to help with chip clearance.
Chip clearance is a big issue with aluminium machining as chip build-up and friction effects at the cutting zone cause problems.