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Plant downtime: What you need to know

Reading time: 3 Min. | 06.04.2020

Bridging inactive phases in production as best possible with proper coolant maintenance

As a metal machine operator, you may be faced with situations where your machine tools or machining centres need to be shut down. There are a number of things you should bear in mind to ensure that your production can resume smoothly, even after long downtimes. This includes handling coolants correctly. Put the necessary procedures in place: Correctly shutting down your plant prevents issues and is necessary for smooth re-commissioning.

Put suitable maintenance procedures in place for your tool machine in the event of longer downtimes.

Cleaning, emptying, rinsing, drying – our practical overviews outline the steps that need to be considered at a glance. Here you can find information on the proper maintenance procedures for both

  • stand-alone machines with less than 1,000 litres and
  • central systems or stand-alone machines with more than 1,000 litres.

Do you have any further questions concerning the maintenance or optimisation of your production processes? We are there for you.

Your Rhenus Lub Team

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