How It Works
The adjustable screw (A) is set for concentration output, and the concentrate intake hose is connected to its intake port (B). The incoming water (C, not shown) drives the actuating arm (D), which suctions an exact amount of concentrate and mixes it with the exact amount of water, per the desired output setting. The coolant and water flow through the discharge port (E).
This positive displacement process allows for the ability to push the fluid a greater distance than other types of mixers that use the water pressure to create a vacuum to draw the concentrate.
Now you can deliver mixed fluid through conduit (20' vertically and 800' laterally), and have drop line garden hoses, fitted with ball valves, so operators can easily access coolant at the point of use, as a decrease in pressure on the outlet activates the pump. No more hauling buckets across the shop floor!
Note that the position on the adjustable screw and concentrate viscosity (700 SUS max) will determine the concentration value at any given setting. A refractometer is necessary to check the concentration value, whereby further adjustment can be made to mix your desired concentration.