Learn how to wash by cleaning your HAAS machine and coolant tank of your machine.
In time, the oils from the different tools that a machine uses may get stuck inside the coolant tank. It becomes more challenging for the coolant tank to properly cool down. Examine the oil levels in the coolant tank each now and again.
Absorbent wipes for oil are required to take off the oil. These wipes are placed on top of the liquid in order to allow it to evaporate any liquid that is left. The oil will adhere on the wipes. Because oil is extremely flammable and flammable, you should remove the wipes from a safe flammable-materials container.
Utilize a scoop that has perforations to examine for the presence of metal chips that are accumulating within the tank of coolant. It’s common for machine tools to create these byproducts, however, the coolant tank must not be blocked with the various chips. The coolant will be displaced by the chips, which means it is difficult to determine if there is enough. Take the chip off and then fill tanks with cooling.
Find more information in the video.