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Putting
together
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Supporting manufacturing shop floor with advanced liquid temperature control technologies
Solution
Solves customers’ needs
contents
03 OIL MATIC’s mission
05 OIL MATIC’ solutions
07 OIL MATIC applications
09 Product lineup
11 Product series lineup
Mission
13 Series C, CL and ML
15 Series V and KTV
Supports development of
higher-speed and
higher-precision machine tools
17 Series MRCC and MLCC
19 Series W
21 Specifications
29 Controllers
Application
Responds to needs from
a wide range of work fields
31 Comparison of liquid
temperature control methods
32 Cooling capacity diagrams
34 Cooling capacity diagrams
(inverter models)
35 Model selection method
36 General precautions
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“Pioneer spirit” × “Craftsmanship”
OIL MATIC is an automatic liquid temperature regulator that controls temperature of any liquid used in machine tools,
semiconductor-manufacturing equipment and various industrial machines with high precision. By minimizing “heat problems,”
represented by thermal displacement, with OIL MATIC designed and fabricated according to machine/equipment characteristics,
we maximize the machine/equipment performance and enhance the added value of workpieces.
History
Technology
Ecology
For suppressing thermal displacement
Innovating technologies in response to
the needs of the times
Responding to environmental issues toward
further evolution
Year 1965, the birth year of OIL MATIC, was the year
that Japan was enjoying rapid economic growth.
Many manufacturing companies that supported an
era of mass production and mass consumption were
facing a challenge of controlling “heat” generated
from machine tools, and improving precision of their
workpieces. OIL MATIC was developed to solve this
issue. Since the release of OIL MATIC, we have
been working on every problem related to heat
consistently from the standpoint of both “machine
manufacturers” and “users.”
OIL MATIC realizes high precision machining of
workpieces and always keeps machines/equipment
under optimum operating conditions by controlling
various kinds of coolant used in machine tools and
industrial machines with “high precision” and “high
responsiveness.” While hearing voices of OIL MATIC
users and manufacturers of machine tools and
industrial machines as well as sensitively
recognizing the need of the times, we develop and
improve products constantly in conscious of the
next-generation accuracy and speed.
You can learn high environmental awareness
reflected in OIL MATIC, such as from the
“development of OIL MATIC with the industry’s first
inverter control (1994)” and “complete shift from the
use of chlorofluorocarbon to the use of new
refrigerant (2000).” Under the ISO14001
Environmental Management System, we will strive
hard to develop environment-friendly products that
suit machine tools and industrial machines or
so-called the “mother machines,” by “improving
recyclability of components,” “saving oil and
chlorofluorocarbon by downsizing machines,”
“saving energy according to machine characteristics”
and so on.
Brochure of
the first OIL MATIC machine
(1965)
M
ission
Development of
OIL MATIC
(around 1990)
Brazing work
OIL MATIC mission
OIL MATIC promptly responds to the diverse needs of machine tools and industrial machines and keeps evolving.
“Needs” × “Evolution”
Customers’ needs and OIL MATIC’s evolution
Liquid temperature fluctuation
Working accuracy
* The graph was illustrated in consideration of market trends.
Precision improvement of machine tools (improvement in working accuracy = improvement in shape accuracy)
Precision improvement of OIL MATIC (improvement in temperature control accuracy)
1991 -
Inverter PID control
1965 -
1982 -
ON-OFF control
Gas bypass ON-OFF control
Developed OIL MATIC, a temperature regulator with ON-OFF
control using thermostats, to control hydraulic fluid temperature at
constant temperature throughout the year.
Provided refrigerant gas bypass and an electromagnetic
valve on a refrigerant circuit to enable the opening and
closing of the valve according to preset temperature.
Commercialized a temperature regulator with ON-OFF control using
thermistor sensors.
PID control
(Eliminates steady-state deviation of
ON-OFF control)
Commercialized a temperature
regulator with PID control using
a refrigerant flow control valve
provided in a refrigerant circuit
for variable control of valve
opening.
Commercialized a temperature regulator
with inverter PID control using an
inverter-type chiller.
Realized high responsiveness by
incorporating conventional feedback control
and new feed-forward control in
combination.
Current trend
Commercialized products with sophisticated
inverter controller and high-efficiency heat
exchanger to meet requirements for
high-precision, high-responsiveness, and
energy-saving products.
Application to microfabrication
machines
Commercialized a high-precision
temperature regulator to respond to
advances in microfabrication.
Application to
ultra-precision machining
machines
Commercialized a product
incorporating new ultra-precision
temperature control technology and
a high-precision pressure control
technology.
Year
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“Customers’ needs” × “Products”
Customers’ needs
SALES SECTION
R&D DIVISION
Provides best proposals based
on rich experience in fields
A core division for
high-level product development
This section handles heat-related
problems that machine tool
manufacturers,
semiconductor-manufacturing
equipment manufacturers and
industrial machine manufacturers,
who are our major customers, as well
as users of their machines are facing
and proposes the best specifications
for these customers. Sales
representatives in each region
responsibly respond to customers in
their regions. Also, the sales
representatives widely introduce the
latest trend of liquid temperature
control technologies and other
information to customers through
presentations, etc.
This division forms development plans
of control technologies for various
temperature regulators, including OIL
MATIC. Also, the division collects
information on advanced technologies
in collaboration with universities and
research institutes to incorporate
feedback into products.
As a data bank of our unique
technologies, the section also
conducts mutual self-verification of
accumulated technologies and
advanced technologies, including
submission of paper to academic
journals.
Operation under Quality Management System (ISO9001)
S
olution
OIL MATIC solutions
OIL MATIC solves customers’ needs and wants with its accumulated technologies and know-how.
Features of
- “6 kinds of numbers” DESIGN & TECHNICAL
SECTION
MANUFACTURING
AFTER-SALES
SERVICES
±0.00055
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Applying design techniques
focusing on customers
beyond drawings
Produces products
with diverse specifications in
short lead times
Handles from
maintenance and part supply
to quality improvement
This section reflects customers’ needs
for accuracy range of temperature,
control methods, etc. that were
identified by the sales section, in
drawings after verifying them mutually
with the Product Development Office,
and creates “specifications” tailored to
individual customers.
Their several thousands of abundant
specifications and knowledge
obtained from accumulated know-how
create best specifications for
customers.
A huge number and variety of parts
are used for temperature regulators
such as diverse OIL MATIC models
tailored to each customer. This
section procures these parts
according to a production plan by
using a self-designed automatic
ordering system and an inventory
control system.
In terms of manufacturing, “technical
cores” of fabrication work, such as
“brazing work” of refrigerant pipes and
liquid pipe laying work, are elaborately
and certainly passed down through
education given under the Quality
Management System as well as
through a variety of project activities to
ensure high-quality manufacturing.
Since temperature regulators are
used for “production goods such as
machine tools and industrial machines
that are used for a long term,” OIL
MATIC is basically designed to allow
replacement and repair of not only the
stand-alone OIL MATIC machine but
also its component.
In case of failures, our service
department or our business partners
play the role of clarifying causes and
developing countermeasures as well
as quantitatively controlling failure
data.
and Environment Management System (ISO14001)
In 2009, we successfully developed a high-precision liquid
temperature regulator for ultra-precision machine tools. We
confirmed temperature precision of ±0.00055°C in an
environment with a room-temperature fluctuation of ±0.04°C
(measurement time: 36 hours). (Patent pending)
We can design and fabricate an OIL MATIC model that
independently performs “individual temperature control” of two
different systems to cope with “plural heat-generating
components” accompanying multi-axis machine tools with
integrated functions.
70
We thoroughly reviewed internal components of OIL MATIC and
promoted downsizing of “heat exchanger,” etc. As a result, we
succeeded in developing environmentally friendly products,
including those with 70% (*) less oil usage maximum and better
recyclability. (*With C2200)
120
The operating frequency of an inverter compressor in OIL MATIC
is 120Hz maximum. So, even if heat load fluctuates from no load
to maximum load according to the main spindle rotating speed,
the cooling capacity can be widely changed.
480
A “twin-pulse valve” with 480-pulse resolution, which is
incorporated in models with inverter PID control and those with
gas bypass PID control, realizes high-precision liquid
temperature control by fine-controlling the refrigerant flow,
without performing ON-OFF control even in the case of small
heat generation. (Patent pending)
Since its release in 1965, we have been accumulating know-how
to meet customers’ consistent needs for “high speed and high
precision,” which leads OIL MATIC to have abundant
specifications and a variety of products. OIL MATIC will keep on
evolving with customers toward infinite possibilities.
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“Applications” × “Work fields”
Machining centers
NC lathes
Major heat-generating components are main bearings
and main spindle drive motors (including built-in
motors). OIL MATIC is used for “main spindle cooling,”
which indirectly cools heat-generating components by
flowing coolant into a coolant jacket (heat-exchanging
part).
The “main spindle cooling” includes “jet lubrication” and
“under-race lubrication” that lubricate and cool the main
bearings in addition to “spindle core cooling,” which
directly cools inside the main spindle. In any case, OIL
MATIC is widely used.
Other than the above, OIL MATIC is used for “coolant
cooling,” which controls and stabilizes cutting fluid
temperature; “hollow ball screw cooling” for precision
positioning drive; and “linear motor (DD motor) cooling,”
“hydraulic fluid cooling,” and “machine body cooling” to
suppress postural change of a machine body.
Major heat-generating components are a
chuck head, which grips workpieces and
tools, main bearings for turret and drive
motors (including built-in motors). It is
common to indirectly cool the heat-generating
components by flowing coolant into a coolant
jacket (heat exchanging part). Also, coolant
cooling which controls and stabilizes cutting
fluid temperature is needed. In any of the
above cases, OIL MATIC is used.
Combination machines
Electrical discharge machine
There are plural heat-generating components, such as a
main spindle head (chuck head) and a sub spindle head
for milling and a turret, in combination machines. In
such cases, it is common to indirectly cool the
heat-generating components by flowing coolant by
using OIL MATIC, into plural coolant jackets (heat
exchanging parts) provided for each of the
heat-generating components.
OIL MATIC is also used such as for “coolant cooling” for
stabilizing cutting fluid temperature, “hollow ball screw
cooling” for precision positioning drive of multiple axes,
“linear motor (DD drive motor) cooling,” “hydraulic fluid
cooling,” and “machine body cooling” to suppress
postural change of a machine body.
There are two types of electric discharge
machines; a die-sinking Electric Discharge
Machine (EDM) and a Wire Electric
Discharge Machine (WEDM).
Each type uses OIL MATIC to cool machining
fluid (oil or pure water) in a tank called a work
tank, to achieve working accuracy.
OIL MATIC is also used for cooling liquid used
in jet lines.
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OIL MATIC applications
pplication
OIL MATIC’s advanced liquid temperature control technologies respond to needs from diverse work fields. OIL MATIC contributes
to stable system operation and improvement in quality and work efficiency.
NC lathes
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment
Major heat-generating components are a
chuck head, which grips workpieces and
tools, main bearings for grinding wheel
spindle head and drive motors. It is common
to “indirectly cool” the heat-generating
components by flowing coolant into a coolant
jacket (heat exchanging part).
Also, when using hydraulic hydrostatic
bearings at a chuck head or a grinding wheel
spindle head or when using a hydraulic
hydrostatic guide for a table transport
mechanism, OIL MATIC is essential for
controlling the temperature of hydrostatic oil
with high precision.
Other than the above, OIL MATIC is used
such as for “coolant cooling” which controls
and stabilizes cutting fluid temperature.
Components of semiconductor manufacturing equipment that require temperature control
vary with manufacturing process. The following are major components that require
temperature control.
Slicer ............................... : For cooling grinding wheel spindle head for slicing wafers and for cooling
Press machines
For press machines (particularly, high-speed
precision press machines), it is important to
maintain accuracy of bottom dead center to
achieve high working accuracy. Because of
this, it is essential to cool “lubricant oil” used
for the lubrication of sliding parts and
bearings of cam-crank mechanism. In
addition, there are many cases that machines
are warmed up to promptly stabilize the
machine body temperature at initial operation
(start-up). In those cases, OIL MATIC is
widely used.
machining fluid (pure water)
Multi-wire saw ................ : For cooling multi-wire saw drive head for slicing wafers and for cooling
machining fluid (slurry)
Grinder for wafers.......... : For cooling grinding wheel spindle head for finishing of wafer surfaces
and for cooling machining fluid
Polishing lathe, lap ........ : For cooling rotary table
Thin film manufacturing equipment
: For controlling temperature of plasma electrode chambers for PVD
equipment, CVD equipment, dry etching equipment, etc.
Exposure equipment ..... : For controlling temperature of wafer drive stages and drive motors at
ultra-precision
Prober ............................. : For controlling temperature of fixed
chuck for wafers
Dicer................................ : For cooling grinding wheel spindle
head for dicing wafers and for
cooling machining fluid (pure water)
Laser dicer...................... : For cooling laser oscillator
Tester .............................. : For controlling temperature of fixed
chuck for wafers
Physical, chemical and medical equipment
Case examples of temperature control in physical, chemical and medical equipment are as
follows: For cooling tubes (X-ray oscillating sources) in X-ray analysis equipment and
medical equipment, and for cooling laser oscillator in analysis equipment and medical
equipment that use laser.
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“Lineup” × “Customization”
Basic lineup of OIL MATIC models
Oil
Oil, soluble coolant and water
Circulation (closed) type
Open type
Circulation (closed) type
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
Series
C
CL
ML
V
KTV
MRCC
Inverter control method
L
ineup
Water
Gas bypass PID control method
Series
MLCC
(KTCG)
Circulation (closed) type
Series
W
ON-OFF control method *For details, please refer to “Comparison of liquid temperature control methods” on page 31.
OIL MATIC product lineup
We offer diverse product lineup to meet every need from customers.
Custom-made according to application
Application
Required accuracy
Liquid temperature control method
Other customer needs
OIL MATIC can control temperature of various types of liquid, not limited to oil, for machine tools and industrial machines. We develop, design and manufacture products with exclusive
specifications according to application, cooling spots and required accuracy.
We propose a product which reflects from liquid temperature control methods (which are the know-how of Kanto Seiki Co., Ltd.) and compressor capacity that we suggest, to voltage
which is different according to destinations, compliance with various regulations and user-friendliness.
Please feel free to contact us for application examples and past records.
O
rder made
Custom-made OIL MATIC machines
We propose an OIL MATIC machine according to required accuracy of your machine tool or industrial machine and its usage
environment.
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-series products classified by application <list>
Application
For cooling main spindle
For controlling operating
oil temperature
For controlling lubricant oil
temperature
For cooling ball screws
For cooling linear motor / DD
motor
Liquid used*
Oil
Control method
Series C
Inverter control
Series CL
Gas bypass
PID control
Circulation (closed) type
Oil
Water
Coolant
Open type
For cooling linear motor / DD
motor for semiconductor
manufacturing equipment
For physical and chemical
equipment
Model
03
Series V
Series MRCC
Inverter control
Series MLCC
(KTCG)
ON-OFF control
Series W
Inverter control
Model
38
Model
22
Model
15
Gas bypass
ON-OFF control
Circulation (closed) type
Model
11
Water
Circulation (closed) type
For controlling temperature of ultra-precision (microfabrication) machines:
Ultra-precision-class liquid temperature control: ±0.001-0.05 (°C)
· Ultra-precision temperature control of hydrostatic bearings and operating oil for guide
· Ultra-precision temperature control of spindle head
· Ultra-precision temperature control of machining fluid
Various other special specifications
Model
07
Inverter control
ON-OFF control
Series KTV
Model
05
Gas bypass
ON-OFF control
Oil
Coolant
(Disassembled cleaning of cooler is possible)
Model
01
ON-OFF control
Series ML
For controlling coolant
temperature
For cooling ball screws
For cooling machine body
For cooling linear motor /
DD motor
For cooling main spindle
For cooling ball screws
For cooling laser oscillator
Series name
For temperature control of semiconductor manufacturing equipment:
High-precision liquid temperature control within ±0.1-1.0 (°C), ultra-precision-class liquid
temperature control within ±0.001-0.05(°C), multi-system temperature control
· Cooling spindles of dicer, slicer, grinder, polishing lathe and controlling temperature of
machining fluid
· Cooling laser oscillator
· Controlling temperature of stage and drive section in exposure equipment
· Controlling plasma electrode temperature of etcher, PVD and CVD equipment
· Controlling temperature of tester/prober chuck
· Ultra-low cooling for various applications
For controlling temperature of medical,
physical and chemical equipment:
For controlling printer temperature:
For controlling temperature of washing
equipment:
For controlling temperature of molding
machines and dies:
For independent temperature control of
multi-systems:
For ultra-low cooling for various
applications:
- Cooling W-ray tube
- Controlling printer roll
temperature
- Controlling temperature of
pure water for washing, etc.
- Automatic die temperature
regulator (MOLDMATIC)
* Please consult us for designing and fabrication of various products with special specifications (such as OEM specifications, special shape specifications, water-cooled condenser specifications, different voltage specifications, tropical treatment specifications and various
safety-standard specifications) other than the above.
* There may be restrictions depending on component and viscosity of liquid to use. Please contact us for details.
S
eries
Lineup of OIL MATIC product series
About model codes
* We offer other models in addition to those shown below according to your specifications. Please contact us for details.
① Series (model) name........ C: Forced circulation-type inverter
PID control model
V: Forced vortex-type inverter
PID control model
CL: Forced circulation-type gas
bypass
PID control model
W: Forced water circulation-type
inverter
PID control model
② Nominal chiller capacity .... 175 : 0.17 (kW)
300 : 0.3 (kW)
750 : 0.75 (kW)
1100 : 1.1 (kW)
1500 : 1.5 (kW)
2200 : 2.2 (kW)
③ Model change code.......... A-Z
④ Tail number code ............. Describes equipment and
specifications
L: With tank
H: With heater, etc.
① Performance ....................L: Standard
P: High precision
R: High precision and high
responsiveness
② Application .......................S: For cooling main spindle
H: For temperature control of
operating oil
L: For temperature control of
lubricant oil
③ Type.................................A, C (without tank)
B, D (with tank)
④ Nominal chiller capacity ... 03 : 0.3 (kW)
05 : 0.5 (kW)
07 : 0.75 (kW)
11 : 1.1 (kW)
15 : 1.5 (kW)
22 : 2.2 (kW)
38 : 3.75 (kW)
⑤ Model change code..........A-Z
⑥ Specification code of individual option
CE: Complying with CE marking
H: With initial warm-up heater
Others
① Heat exchanging method . C: Forced-circulation type
V: Forced vortex type
② Nominal chiller capacity .. 300 : 0.17 (kW)
3 : 0.3 (kW)
5 : 0.5 (kW)
7.5 : 0.75 (kW)
11 : 1.1 (kW)
15 : 1.5 (kW)
22 : 2.2 (kW)
38 : 3.75 (kW)
③ Model change code ......... A-Z
④ Specification code of individual option
CE: Complying with CE marking
H: With initial warm-up heater
Others
About water-cooled condenser specifications
Coolant
water
Water-cooled
condenser
specifications
Outlet
Inlet
Each of the series (*) has a “water-cooled condenser type” model that radiates condensation heat not into air but
into coolant water. This specification is effective for preventing room temperature rise in factories.
If you wish to adopt this specification, piping work for passing coolant water will be needed. Also, water quality
may be partially restricted to prevent scale adhesion. (Please see page 38.)
For details, please contact our sales representatives.
* There are some specifications that we cannot implement.
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Product specifications
Pressure switch (GPS)
Condenser
Drier
Receiver tank
A “standard” model
supporting high precision of
every machine tool
Cooler
Pulse
expansion
valve
Service valve
Trochoid gear
pump motor
Cools main spindle of
machine tools, etc.
Sensor
Reservoir tank
Product specifications
OIL MATIC
Condenser
Cooler
For temperature control of main spindle
cooling oil, operating oil and hollow ball
screws of machine tools, we have a lineup of
three control methods according to accuracy.
The series C and CL can control a wide
range of liquid temperature by adopting
Kanto Seiki’s unique technology called
“twin-pulse valve control” (patented) for
high-precision control of liquid temperature
even in the case of small heat generation
(low load), which makes them useful for
microfabrication and high-precision finishing.
Sensor
Fan motor
(M21)
Sight
glass
Pulse
bypass valve
C750 (without tank)
Compressor
Trochoid gear
pump motor
Cools
main
spindle
Cools
operating
oil
Cools
lubricant
oil
C/CL/MLSeries
Cools
linear
motor
Cools ball
screws
Cools
machine
body
Cools hydraulic oil
Cools lubricant oil, etc.
Circulation (closed) type
OIL MATIC models for cooling main spindle, operating oil and lubricant oil
OIL MATIC series C, CL and ML
Sensor
Inverter
compressor
(M2)
Series
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
C
Series
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
CL
Condenser
Drier
Receiver tank
Discharge
port
OUT
Liquid
circulating
direction
Cooler
Receiver tank
Liquid circuit
Fan motor
(M21)
Sight glass
Pulse
bypass
valve
Pulse
expansion
valve
Discharge
port
OUT
Inverter
compressor (M2)
Liquid
circulating
direction
Pressure switch
(GPS)
Condenser
Fan motor
(M21)
Sight glass
Capillary
tube
Cooler
Pulse
bypass
valve
Drier
Liquid circuit
Discharge
port
OUT
Compressor (M2)
Fan motor
Liquid
circulating
direction
Capillary tube or
expansion valve
Cooler
Drain port
DRAIN
Drain port
DRAIN
Refrigerant circuit
Drier
Condenser
Liquid circuit
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
ML
Refrigerant circuit
Pressure switch
(GPS)
Refrigerant circuit
Pressure switch
(GPS)
Series
Compressor
Service valve
Sensor (TH1)
Service valve
Sensor (TH1)
Drain port
DRAIN
Trochoid gear pump motor (M1)
Service valve
Trochoid gear pump motor
Trochoid gear pump motor (M1)
Relief valve
Relief valve
Oil returning
port
IN
Liquid
temperature
sensor
Suction filter
Drain port
DRAIN
Oil returning
port
IN
Oil filler
port
Liquid level gauge
Cooling
capacity
Control area of
twin-pulse valve
Frequency
The twin-pulse valve control
enables a high-precision
temperature control of ±0.1°C
at low load and significant
reduction in temperature
setting time.
Liquid
temperature
sensor
Oil filler
port
Suction filter
Drain port
DRAIN
Relief valve
Oil returning
port
IN
Liquid level gauge
Suction filter
Drain port
DRAIN
Options
implemented
With casters
With heater
Tropical
(passing)
treatment
Oil filler
port
Liquid level gauge
Standardcompliant
Tropical
band
With reservoir
tank
Liquid
temperature
sensor
Refrigerant
circulating
direction
Water-cooled
condenser
specifications
Specifications
complying with
various standards
* Please consult us for other special specifications. For details, please contact our sales representatives.
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Product specifications
An immersion-type
OIL MATIC for coolant, etc.
These models are developed with an idea of
controlling temperature of coolant, etc. with
high precision. The models exchange heat
by immersing a cooling coil made of
stainless steel into a tank.
We have a lineup of two control methods, an
inverter control method and an ON-OFF
control method. You can choose one
according to your machining work and tank
capacity.
The series V with the inverter control method
can control a wide range of liquid
temperature from low load to maximum heat
load by implementing “twin-pulse valve
control” (patented) technology that controls
liquid temperature with high precision even
in a low-load area.
OIL MATIC
Condenser
Compressor
From machine tool
To machine tool
Filter
Stirring
motor
Coolant
pump
Sensor
Cooling coil
Coolant tank
V300
Cools
grinding
fluid
V/KTVSeries
Cools
cutting
fluid
Others
Open type
OIL MATIC models for controlling temperature of liquid such as grinding fluid, cutting fluid and others for machine tools
Series V/KTV of OIL MATIC
Series
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
Series
V
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
KTV
Refrigerant circuit
Pressure switch
(GPS)
Refrigerant circuit
Condenser
Condenser
Drier
Drier
Receiver tank
Fan motor
(M21)
Sight glass
Refrigerant circulating direction
Fan motor
Pulse
bypass
valve
Pulse
expansion
valve
Capillary tube
Inverter
compressor (M2)
Stirring motor (M1)
Compressor
Stirring motor
Service
valve
Service valve
Liquid circuit
Liquid circuit
Cooler
Liquid circulating direction
Sensor
(TH1)
Cooler
Liquid circulating direction
Sensor
Cooling
capacity
Control area of
twin-pulse valve
Frequency
The twin-pulse valve control
enables a high-precision
temperature control of ±0.1°C
at low load and significant
reduction in temperature
setting time.
Options
implemented
Standardcompliant
Tropical
band
With heater
Tropical
(passing)
treatment
Water-cooled
condenser
specifications
Specifications
complying with
various standards
* Please consult us for other special specifications. For details, please contact our sales representatives.
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Product specifications
Maintaining stable cooling
capacity with outstanding
maintainability
MRCC-07-N
Cools
grinding
fluid
Cools
cutting
fluid
Others
These series are useful when a coolant tank
is too low to immerse a coil into it. The
coolant tank and OIL MATIC are connected
using IN/OUT pipes and coolant is forcedly
circulated to control temperature.
You can install these models to your existing
coolant tank, or we can design and fabricate
a model with “coolant pump function” for you.
The models have a structure that allows
maintenance (such as cleaning off sludge
adhering inside a cooling coil) of a cooler. So
stable cooling capacity can be maintained
over a long period of time by performing
regular maintenance.
We have a lineup of two models; one with an
inverter control method and the other with an
ON-OFF control method. The series MRCC
with inverter control method can control a
wide range of liquid temperature by adopting
“twin-pulse valve control” (patented)
technology that controls liquid temperature
with high precision even in a low-load area.
MRCC/MLCC(KTCG)Series
OIL MATIC
Condenser
From machine tool
To machine tool
Cooler
Coolant
pump
Coolant pump
Compressor
Sensor
Coolant tank
Structural drawing
Top cover
Inner shell
Cooling coil
Circulation (closed) type
OIL MATIC models for controlling temperature of liquid
such as grinding fluid, cutting fluid and others for machine tools
Series MRCC/MLCC (KTCG) of OIL MATIC
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
Series
Series
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
MLCC
MRCC
(KTCG)
Pressure switch
Condenser
Pressure switch
Condenser
Drier
Drier
Fan motor
Sight glass
Sight glass
Pulse bypass
valve
Pulse expansion valve
*Optional
Fan motor
Capillary tube
Compressor
Compressor
*Optional
Switch for
preventing heating of
heater without fluid
Switch for
preventing heating of
heater without fluid
Service valve
Service valve
Cooler
Cooler
Heater
Heater
Sensor
Outlet
Outlet
Drain port
Drain port
Inlet
Inlet
Pump motor
*Optional
Pump motor
*Optional
Sensor
Sensor
Priming port
Priming port
Drain port
(drain pan)
Drain port
(drain pan)
Cooling
capacity
Control area of
twin-pulse valve
Frequency
The twin-pulse valve control
enables high-precision
temperature control of ±0.1°C at
low load and significant
reduction of temperature setting
time.
Options
implemented
Standardcompliant
Tropical
band
With coolant
pump
With casters
With heater
Tropical
(passing)
treatment
Water-cooled
condenser
specifications
Specifications
complying with
various standards
* Please consult us for other special specifications. For details, please contact our sales representatives.
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Model
Effective cooling capacity (W)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
Controlling a wide range of
“water” temperature with
high precision
Refrigerant used
These models adopting inverter control
method are used for high-precision
temperature control of “water” used by
built-in motors and linear motors of main
spindle head, semiconductor-manufacturing
equipment and various industrial machines.
While implementing the existing know-how
accumulated through the development of
OIL MATIC that handles a variety of cooling
oils, the series W can control a wide range of
liquid temperature from low load to maximum
heat load by implementing “twin-pulse valve
control” (patented) technology that controls
liquid temperature with high precision even
in a low-load area.
Solution-sending pump type
W300
W750
W1500
W2200
0-1800W
0-3700W
0-5800W
0-8000W
300
450
700
1100
800
1000
R-407F
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
450
640
Condenser
Forced air-cooled type parallel flow type
Rated output of fan motor (W)
25
60
Cooler (evaporator)
Heating exchange method
W300
Semiconductor
manufacturing
equipment
WSeries
Linear
motor
Other
various
industrial
machines
Rated output of motor (W)
Flow rate (L/M) (50/60 Hz)
Constant-flow forced circulation
Immersion-type multistage pump
520
1040
16L/min
(24m/36m)
33L/min (44m/66m)
Size of connected pipes (IN×OUT)
Reservoir tank capacity (L)
RC1/2×RC1/2
13
RC3/4×RC3/4
13
16
27
Motor circuit AC200V 50/60Hz, 220V 60Hz, 3-phase,
control circuit DC24V DC15V DC5V
Power source
Maximum operating current (A)
12
14
16
24
Normal operating current (A)
6
9
11
17
Temperature regulator
Digital inverter controller
Setting range
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (standard temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Range of surrounding temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of temperature control
5-45 (°C)
Fluid to use
Water
Appearance
Light gray / silver
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
400×510×790
400×570×860
472×614×970
591×714×1055
Weight (kg)
70
90
100
140
* The operating current indicates normal operating current, not the maximum operating current.
* For effective cooling capacity, the maximum value within a range of use when oil complying with ISO VG2 or
equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Options
implemented
Tropical
band
With heater
Tropical
(passing)
treatment
Circulation (closed) type
Water-type OIL MATIC models for semiconductor manufacturing equipment and industrial machines
Series W of OIL MATIC
150
Plate-type heat exchanger (for water)
Standardcompliant
Water-cooled
Specifications
condenser
complying with
specifications various standards
* Please consult us for other
special specifications. For
details, please contact our
sales representatives.
Product specifications
Series
Condenser
Pressure switch
Outlet
sensor
Fixed aperture
Liquid and refrigerant circuit diagram
W
Drier
Fan motor
Pulse bypass
valve
Sight glass
Pressure switch
Pulse
expansion
valve
Cooler
Drier
Inverter
compressor
Service valve
Inlet
sensor
Discharge
port
Temperature switch
Fixed aperture
Inverter
compressor
Service valve *Optional
Temperature switch
Inlet
sensor
Level
switch
Control box
Grommet
with film
Room temperature
sensor
Water pump
Top
Water inlet
Multistage
pump motor
Liquid returning
port
Heater
Liquid level gauge
Highest liquid level
16L
Intake air
(with filter)
(always plugged)
Model
Highest
liquid level
8L
Free caster
with stopper
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
W300
400
510
790
65
725
130
140
639
110
196
43
83
64
95
285
W750
400
570
860
65
795
130
140
705
128
45
51
51
64
95
380
W1500
472
614
970
68
902
205
140
819
138
678
54
53
65
101
461
W2200
591
714 1055
68
987
245
140
904
138
734
59
53
60
105
458
P
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 3/4
socket
Free caster
with stopper
Q
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 3/4
socket
R
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 1/2
socket
Rc 3/4
socket
Control area of
twin-pulse valve
Cooling
capacity
(always plugged)
Liquid level
gauge
Reservoir
Intake air
Air intake
window
Liquid filler
port
Exhaust air
Control panel
Power supply
hole U
Signal hole V
Approx. 40
Drain port S
Pulse bypass
valve
Liquid level gauge
Exhaust air
Drain port R
Fan motor
Pulse
expansion
valve
Cooler
Multistage
pump
motor
Dimensions
Outlet P
Sight glass
Liquid filler
port
Heater
Inlet Q
Outlet
sensor
*Optional
Level switch
Main spindle head of machine tools
Cools built-in motor jacket, etc.
Condenser
S
Rc 3/8
socket
Rc 3/8
socket
Rc 3/8
socket
Rc 3/8
socket
T
U
V
W
Serial No.
plate
Serial No.
M12 Φ28 Φ22
plate
Serial No.
M12 Φ28 Φ22
plate
Serial No.
M12 Φ28 Φ22
plate
M12 Φ28 Φ22
Frequency
The twin-pulse valve control
enables a high-precision
temperature control of ±0.1°C
at low load and significant
reduction in temperature
setting time.
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Specifications (series C and CL)
Series C specifications
Inverter control method
C 300
C 750
C 500
C 2200
Effective cooling capacity (W)
0-2000W
0-4000W
0-6000W
0-8000W
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
300W or
equivalent
750W or
equivalent
1500W or
equivalent
2200W or
equivalent
Model
Refrigerant used
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
360
520
Rated output of fan motor (W)
25
60
Heating exchange method
Flow rate (L/M) (50/60Hz)
12/14.4
24/28.8
RC1/2×RC1/2
RC3/4×RC1/2
CL300
CL750
CL1100
1160/1390
2800/2900
4000/4500
130W
300W
750W
1100W
R-134a
R-407C
280
420
10
25
39/46.8
RC3/4×RC3/4
RC11/4×RC1
Flow rate (L/M) (50/60Hz)
60
Trochoid gear pump
200
6.0/7.2
400
12/14.4
24/28.8
Total relief pressure (Mpa)
0.5
Size of connected pipes (IN×OUT)
RC1/2×RC1/2
Power source
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
60/25
Constant-flow forced circulation
Rated output of motor (W)
30/36
700
Plate-type heat exchanger
Heating exchange method
750
560
Forced air-cooled type parallel flow type
Solution-sending pump type
0.5
Power source
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
Rated output of fan motor (W)
Trochoid gear pump
400
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
CL175
580/650
Cooler (evaporator)
Constant-flow forced circulation
200
(W)(50/60Hz)
Gas bypass PID control method
Condenser
150
Total relief pressure (Mpa)
Size of connected pipes (IN×OUT)
1120
Plate-type heat exchanger
Solution-sending pump type
Rated output of motor (W)
740
Forced air-cooled type parallel flow type
Cooler (evaporator)
Model
Effective cooling capacity
Refrigerant used
R-407C
Condenser
Series CL specifications
RC3/4×RC1/2
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
Maximum operating current (A)
9
11
14
22
Maximum operating current (A)
3
5
8
19
Normal operating current (A)
7
8
11
19
Normal operating current (A)
―
―
―
―
Temperature regulator
Setting range
Temperature regulator
Digital inverter PID controller
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Setting range
Range of ambient temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of ambient temperature
Range of liquid temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of liquid temperature
Fluid to use
Mineral operating oil, lubricant oil, heat medium oil, etc.
Fluid to use
Light gray, silver
Appearance
Appearance
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
350×450×675
350×450×825
410×550×925
520×620×1015
60
75
95
135
* The operating current indicates the normal operating current, not the maximum operating current.
* The effective cooling capacity indicates the maximum values within the range of use when oil ISO VG2 or equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
S
pecification
Specifications of OIL MATIC
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
Digital PID controller
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
5-45 (°C)
5-45 (°C)
Mineral operating oil, lubricant oil, heat medium oil, etc.
Light gray
300×508×485
350×450×675
350×450×825
400×470×880
40
60
75
80
* The operating current indicates the normal operating current, not the maximum operating current.
* The effective cooling capacity indicates the maximum values within the range of use when oil ISO VG2 or equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Series C dimensions
Series CL dimensions
Exhaust air
Top
Exhaust air
Drain port
Exhaust
vent
Intake air
Intake air
Control box
Intake vent
(with filter)
Exhaust air
Exhaust air
Control box
Grommet
with film
Size list
CL-175
Intake air
Within 25
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
Room
Hanging
Control
Serial No.
Φ28 Φ22
300 508 485 242 451 280 506 165 100 105 100 Rc1/2 Rc1/2 330 100 38.6
temperature
hook
panel
plate
sensor
Intake air
Intake vent
(with filter)
A
Exhaust air
Exhaust air
Top
Control
box
Grommet with film
Exhaust
vent
Intake air
Intake air
Intake
vent
(with filter)
L
M10
eyebolt
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
Rc 3/4
925 410 550 Rc 3/4 Rc 3/4
1015 520 620 Rc11/4 Rc 1
Φ28 Φ22
M12
eyebolt
M16
eyebolt
300 340 220
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
CL300
350
450
675
300
370
340
445
105
220
75
470 545 770
CL750
350
450
825
300
370
340
445
110
220
522 615 860
CL1100
400
470
880
350
390
388
435
110
220
520
75 105
110
360 400 240
X
370 445
23
85 135
670
Size list
K
L
M
N
O
P
105 Rc1/2 Rc1/2 520
100
65
75
105 Rc3/4 Rc1/2 670
100
65
100
130 Rc3/4 Rc1/2 728
100
65
130
475 515 270
115 185
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Q
R
S
T
U
Φ28 Φ22
Φ28 Φ22
Φ28 Φ22
V
W
Caution plate
K
Serial No. plate
J
Control panel
I
M10 eyebolt
C2200
H
105
Rc 1/2
Rc 3/8
C1500
G
Caution plate
825
F
Rc 1/2
350 450
C750
E
Serial No. plate
675
D
Room temperature
sensor
C
Reference sensor
B
Control panel
C300
A
Room temperature
sensor
Drain port
Size list
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Specifications (series ML)
Series ML (without tank) specifications
Model
Effective cooling capacity (W)
(50/60Hz)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
ON-OFF control method
MLSA-03
MLHA-03
MLLA-03
MLSA-05
MLHA-05
MLLA-05
MLSA-07
MLHA-07
MLLA-07
MLSA-11
MLHA-11
MLLA-11
MLSA-15
MLHA-15
MLLA-15
MLSA-22
MLHA-22
MLLA-22
MLSA-38
MLHA-38
MLLA-38
1160/1390
1450/1740
2900/3480
3720/4460
4830/5810
7260/8720
12200/14650
300
500
750
1100
1500
2200
3750
Refrigerant used
4200
Condenser
Refrigerant used
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
Series ML (with tank) specifications
580
850
1000
1400
1670
2700
25
60
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
60×2
Cylindrical multitubular type
Heating exchange method
Constant-flow forced circulation
Solution-sending pump type
Solution-sending pump type
Trochoid gear pump
Rated output of motor (W)
Rated output of motor (W)
Flow rate (L/M) (50/60Hz)
200
400
750
750
1500
12/14.4
24/28.8
30/36
39/46.8
58.5/70.2
Size of connected pipes
(IN×OUT)
RC3/4
×RC1/2
RC1/2×RC1/2
Power source
MLSB-07
MLSB-11
MLSB-15
MLSB-22
MLSB-38
1160/1390
1450/1740
2900/3480
3720/4460
4830/5810
7260/8720
12200/14650
300
500
750
1100
1500
2200
3750
1670
2700
4200
R-407C
580
RC11/4×RC1
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
1000
1400
25
60
60×2
85×2
Cylindrical multitubular type
Constant-flow forced circulation
Trochoid gear pump
200
400
750
750
1500
12/14.4
24/28.8
30/36
39/46.8
58.5/70.2
0.5
Total relief pressure (Mpa)
(IN×OUT)
RC3/4×RC3/4
850
Forced air-cooled type cross-fin
Flow rate (L/M) (50/60Hz)
Size of connected pipes
0.5
Total relief pressure (Mpa)
MLSB-05
Cooler (evaporator)
85×2
Heating exchange method
Cooler (evaporator)
MLSB-03
Rated output of fan motor (W)
Forced air-cooled type cross-fin
Rated output of fan motor (W)
(50/60Hz)
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
R-407C
Condenser
Model
Effective cooling capacity (W)
ON-OFF control method
RC1/2×RC1/2
Reservoir tank capacity (L)
15
Power source
RC3/4
×RC1/2
RC3/4×RC3/4
24
37
RC11/4×RC1
65
123
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
Maximum operating current (A)
3
5
7
10
15
22
35
Maximum operating current (A)
3
5
7
10
15
22
35
Normal operating current (A)
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
Normal operating current (A)
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
Temperature regulator
Digital setting, indicated temperature controller
Temperature regulator
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Setting range
5-45 (°C)
Range of ambient temperature
Range of liquid temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of liquid temperature
Mineral operating oil, lubricant oil, heat medium oil, etc.
Fluid to use
Light gray
Appearance
Appearance
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
360×420×815
360×420×915
50
70
390×440×944 435×520×1215 505×550×1250 605×575×1480 735×725×1740
70
110
120
185
300
* The effective cooling capacity indicates values when oil ISO VG32 or equivalent is used at the oil temperature and an ambient
temperature of 35°C.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
S
pecification
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Setting range
Range of ambient temperature
Fluid to use
Digital setting, indicated temperature controller
Specifications of OIL MATIC
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
5-45 (°C)
5-45 (°C)
Mineral operating oil, lubricant oil, heat medium oil, etc.
Light gray
360×420×815
360×420×915
70
80
390×440×944 435×520×1215 505×550×1250 605×575×1480 735×725×1740
90
135
150
275
400
* The effective cooling capacity indicates values when oil ISO VG32 or equivalent is used at the oil temperature and an ambient
temperature of 35°C.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Series MLSA, MLHA and MLLA (without tank) dimensions
Series MLSB (with tank) dimensions
2-Q Eyebolt
Exhaust air
Exhaust air
Power supply
hole Φ28
Control box
Power supply hole
Φ28
Control box
Signal hole
Φ22
Signal hole
Φ22
Room
temperature
detection
sensor
Intake air
Intake air
Room temperature detection sensor
Outlet P
Intake vent
(with filter)
Inlet N
Intake vent
(with filter)
Inlet N
Installation
hole M
Outlet P
Installation pitch E
Installation pitch D
Installation pitch E
Installation
pitch D
Suction filter
Size list
Size list
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC1/2 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket
RC11/4 Socket
RC1 Socket
RC11/4 Socket
RC1 Socket
RC11/4 Socket
RC1 Socket
RC11/4 Socket
RC1 Socket
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Specifications (series V and KTV)
Series V specifications
Model
Effective cooling capacity (W)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
Inverter control method
V 300
V 750
0-1600
0-4000
300
450
Refrigerant used
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
460
620
0-6000
0-8000
700
1100
25
780
60
1380
(50/60Hz)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
KTV-3
KTV-5
KTV-7.5
KTV-11
KTV-15
KTV-22
KTV-38(Note)
1160/1390
1450/1740
2900/3480
3720/4460
4830/5810
7260/8720
12200/14650
300
500
750
1100
1500
2200
3750
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
1900
3400
4500
85×2
85×2
R-407C
800
900
Condenser
900
25
60
Cooler (evaporator)
60×2
Open coil
Open-coil forced vortex type
Heating exchange method
Open-coil forced vortex type
1450
Forced air-cooled type cross-fin
Rated output of fan motor (W)
150
Open coil
Heating exchange method
Effective cooling capacity (W)
ON-OFF control method
Refrigerant used
Forced air-cooled type parallel flow type
Cooler (evaporator)
Model
V 2200
R-407C
Condenser
Rated output of fan motor (W)
V 1500
Series KTV specifications
Stirring motor
Stirring motor
Rated output of motor (W)
50
Power source
50
Rated output of motor (W)
100
100
Power source
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
Maximum operating current (A)
8
9
12
20
Maximum operating current (A)
3
5
7
8
13
16
30
Normal operating current (A)
6
8
12
18
Normal operating current (A)
―
―
―
―
―
―
―
Temperature regulator
Setting range
Temperature regulator
Digital inverter PID controller
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
5-45 (°C)
Range of ambient temperature
Range of liquid temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of liquid temperature
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
350×440×795
410×500×895
525×620×985
40
55
70
95
pecification
5-45 (°C)
Coolant, water, etc.
Appearance
Light gray, silver
350×370×650
* The effective cooling capacity indicates the maximum values within the range of use when oil ISO VG2 or equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
S
5-45 (°C)
Fluid to use
Coolant, water, etc.
Appearance
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Setting range
Range of ambient temperature
Fluid to use
Digital setting, indicated temperature controller
Specifications of OIL MATIC
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
Light gray
355×380×950 410×425×1130 475×500×1260 510×525×1360 545×565×1460 605×625×1615 735×725×1970
55
60
80
100
130
160
230
* The effective cooling capacity indicates values when oil ISO VG32 or equivalent is used at the oil temperature and an ambient
temperature of 35°C.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Note: The fluid to use for the model KTV-38 is limited. For details, please contact us.
Series V dimensions
Series KTV dimensions
* The dimension E is not applicable to models
V300 and V750 as they have only one
installation hole each on both sides. Instead,
dimension G is applied to them.
Machining dimension diagram of
main unit attaching portion
Installation
pitch E
Machining dimension diagram
of main unit attaching portion
Opening
Operating
side
Installation hole M
4-Φ10
or tap M8
Fixing screw
L
Q Eyebolt
Control box
Intake air
Intake air
Power
supply
hole
Φ28
Grommet with film
Signal
hole
Φ22
Intake air
Opening
Operating
side
Exhaust air
Exhaust air
Intake vent
(with filter)
Installation
pitch D
Room temperature
detection sensor
Exhaust air
Control box
Exhaust
vent
Control
panel
Intake vent
(with filter)
Highest liquid
level
Lowest liquid level
Highest liquid level
Lowest liquid level
Size list
M16
Eyebolt
Caution plate
Serial No. plate
M12
Eyebolt
Control panel
M10
Eyenut
2-Φ10
or
tap M8
Room temperature sensor
Size list
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Specifications (series MRCC and MLCC)
Series MRCC specifications
Model
Inverter control method
MRCC-07
Effective cooling capacity (W)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
MRCC-15
0-4000
0-6000
450
700
Refrigerant used
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
1130
2150
Rated output of fan motor (W)
(50/60Hz)
Nominal chiller capacity (W)
Amount of refrigerant filled (g)
Rated output of fan motor (W)
60
Shell and tube
Heating exchange method
Constant-flow forced circulation
Heating exchange method
RC3/4×RC3/4
Size of connected pipes (IN×OUT)
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
8
12
Maximum operating current (A)
Normal operating current (A)
―
9
Normal operating current (A)
Setting range
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
Setting range
5-45 (°C)
Range of ambient temperature
Range of liquid temperature
5-45 (°C)
Range of liquid temperature
Fluid to use
Coolant, etc.
Fluid to use
Appearance
Light gray
Appearance
440×625×1260
650×800×1420
110
180
Weight (kg)
* The operating current indicates the normal operating current, not the maximum operating current.
* The effective cooling capacity indicates the maximum values within the range of use when oil ISO VG2 or equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
S
pecification
750
1500
500
R-407C
900
800
Specifications of OIL MATIC
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
Weight (kg)
2200
Forced air-cooled type cross-fin
45
60
Shell and tube
Constant-flow forced circulation
RC3/4×RC3/4
AC200V 50/60Hz, AC220V 60Hz, 3-phase
5
10
―
Temperature regulator
Digital inverter controller
Range of ambient temperature
Dimensions (W×D×H (mm))
MLCC-15
4830/5810
Power source
Maximum operating current (A)
Temperature regulator
MLCC-07
2900/3480
Cooler (evaporator)
Size of connected pipes (IN×OUT)
Power source
MLCC-05
1450/1740
Condenser
Forced air-cooled type cross-fin
Cooler (evaporator)
Model
Effective cooling capacity (W)
ON-OFF control method
Refrigerant used
R-407C
Condenser
Series MLCC specifications
Digital ON-OFF controller
Constant type (5-45°C),
follow-up type (reference temperature: -9.9°C - +9.9°C)
5-45 (°C)
5-40 (°C)
5-45 (°C)
5-45 (°C)
Coolant, etc.
Light gray
410×625×1205
440×625×1260
650×800×1420
90
100
180
* The operating current indicates the normal operating current, not the maximum operating current.
* The effective cooling capacity indicates the maximum values within the range of use when oil ISO VG2 or equivalent is used.
* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.
Series MRCC/MLCC dimensions
T Eyebolt
Exhaust air
Control
panel
Power supply hole R
Control box
Room
temperature
sensor
Intake air
Signal hole S
Intake vent
(with filter)
Top
Drain port
Inlet P
Exhaust vent
Outlet
Q
Drain port
Installation pitch E
Installation hole O
Installation pitch D
Size list
4-14×20 Elongate hole
RC3/4 Socket RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket RC3/4 Socket
4-14×20 Elongate hole
RC3/4 Socket RC3/4 Socket
4-14×20 Elongate hole
RC3/4 Socket RC3/4 Socket
RC3/4 Socket RC3/4 Socket
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Controller (series C, CL, V and MR)
RUN lamp
Turns on during
operation
(Turns off at alarm)
High-precision temperature control at
±0.1°C
(in stable heat-load state)
Parameter indicating LED
Data indicating LED
A unique temperature control technology responds to a
wide range of heat load fluctuation from no load to
maximum load. Variable control of cooling capacity
allows high-precision temperature control.
UP key
(key for
increasing set value)
DOWN key
(key for
decreasing set value)
A variety of
alarm indication/output functions
The controller is provided with rich alarm
indication/output functions, including equipment
abnormality alarms (individual alarm indication and
batch output) and temperature upper/lower limit
alarm (setting, indication, and output)
Meeting various expansion needs
Not only simple monitoring, but also feed-forward
control that enables highly responsive temperature
control can be conducted by using a sophisticated
two-way communication function. *The communication
method is selectable from either serial communication
(adopting RS-232C) or parallel communication (using
input/output contacts of PLC, etc.). Various methods of
alarm output are available.
Air filter cleaning sign
This is a warning sign that turns on after a certain
period of operation to clean off an air filter, which is
provided to prevent an air-cooled condenser from
clogging, to prevent problems from occurring in a
refrigeration cycle.
ENT key
Key for indicating current temperature
PARA key
Key for setting parameters
POW key
Key for starting/stopping
OIL MATIC
TMR key
Key for setting Start timer
(for models with timer)
Equipped with useful Start timer function
OIL MATIC is equipped with the Start timer, which is
useful for starting the equipment, that allows you to set
the time at 0.1-h intervals up to a maximum of 99.9 h.
Auto-tuning function
In case OIL MATIC, which is installed in an actual
machine, cannot control the temperature well, this
auto-tuning function improves the control to a good
state.
Selectable control modes
* The lights are being turned on for photographic purpose only, and the lighting may be different
from the actual state.
C
ontroller
OIL MATIC controller
Inverter PID, gas bypass PID, ON-OFF control
Switchable between constant type (controls temperature to the preset temperature) and
reference temperature follow-up type (controls temperature following the reference
temperature)
Switchable between sending (outlet) liquid temperature control and return (inlet) liquid
temperature control
Cascade control and control at use point are possible.
Controller (series ML and KTV)
RUN lamp
Turns on during
operation
(Turns off at alarm)
A variety of
alarm indication/output functions
Digital temperature control
Parameter indicating LED
Temperature setting resolution:
Switchable between 1°C and 0.1°C
Range of temperature setting:
Constant type 5.0-45.0°C
Reference temperature follow-up type
-9.9 to +9.9°C
Data indicating LED
UP key
(key for
increasing set value)
DOWN key
(key for
decreasing set value)
ENT key
The controller is provided with rich alarm
indication/output functions, including equipment
abnormality alarms (individual alarm indication and
batch output) and temperature upper/lower limit
alarm (setting, indication, and output)
Useful Start timer function
OIL MATIC is equipped with the Start timer, which is used for starting the equipment, that
allows you to set the time at 0.5-hour intervals up to 99.5 hours maximum.
Selectable control modes
Chiller ON-OFF control, Gas bypass ON-OFF control
Switchable between constant type (controls temperature to the preset temperature) and
reference temperature follow-up type (controls temperature following the reference
temperature)
Key for indicating current temperature
PARA key
Key for setting parameters
POW key
Key for starting/stopping
OIL MATIC
TMR key
Key for setting Start timer
(for models with timer)
* The lights are being turned on for photographic purpose only, and the lighting may be different
from the actual state.
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Inverter
control
method
The inverter control is Kanto Seiki’s unique control method (patented) that uses a
combination of “variable frequency control” of inverter chiller, “refrigerant flow control” of
pulse expansion valve, and “cooling capacity switching control” by gas bypass expansion
valve. This method controls liquid temperature with high precision by linearly changing
the cooling capacity according to the amount of heat generated by a machine to match
the heat load even if the load fluctuates from low load to maximum load. With this
method, a wide range of cooling capacity adjustment, etc., which was impossible with
conventional inverter control, has become possible.
( With feed-forward control)
Series C, V, MR and W
Microcomputer inverter control
Return oil temperature control (accuracy: ±0.1-0.2°C)
Without steady-state deviation of oil temperature
<Patent pending> Data example of controlled oil temperature <reference
temperature 25°C>
Gas bypass
PID control
method
The gas bypass PID control is a non-inverter (patent pending) control method that
controls liquid temperature with high precision within a wide range from low load to the
maximum load by “variably controlling the cooling capacity with the bypass flow control of
refrigerant hot gas” with use of a gas bypass pulse valve and linearly changing the
cooling capacity according to the amount of heat generated by a machine to match the
heat load.
Amount of heat generation
( With feed-forward control)
Series CL
Gas bypass PID control
Return oil temperature control (accuracy: ±0.1-0.2°C)
Without steady-state deviation of oil temperature
<Patent pending> Data example of controlled oil temperature <reference
temperature 25°C>
ON-OFF
control
method
The chiller ON-OFF (2-position) control is a method of controlling temperature by turning
on or off a chiller according to the temperature deviation between the temperature
detected by a liquid temperature sensor and the preset temperature. This method is often
used since the control method and components are simple.
Amount of heat generation
Return oil
temperature
Constant deviation
0.5°C
Series ML, KTV and KTC
Chiller ON-OFF control
Return oil temperature control (accuracy: ±1.5-2°C)
With steady-state deviation of oil temperature
Data example of controlled oil temperature <reference temperature 25°C>
Sending oil
temperature
Comparison of liquid temperature control methods
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-05 cooling capacity diagram
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
·
·
·
Cooling capacity
Cooling capacity
-03 (CL300) cooling capacity diagram
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
····· Return oil temperature
·
·
·
Ambient temperature
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
······ Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
-11 (CL1100) cooling capacity diagram
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
·
·
·
Cooling capacity
-07 (CL750) cooling capacity diagram
Cooling capacity
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
····· Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
·
·
·
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
······ Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
Cooling capacity diagrams (series CL, ML, KTV and KTC)
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-22 cooling capacity diagram
Cooling capacity
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
·
·
·
Cooling capacity
-15 cooling capacity diagram
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
····· Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
·
·
·
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
······ Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
-38 cooling capacity diagram
Cooling capacity
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
·
·
·
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
····· Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
Cooling capacity diagrams (series CL, ML, KTV and KTC)
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- 07 cooling capacity diagram
- 750 cooling capacity diagram
② Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature + 5°C
① Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature
③ Oil temperature
= Ambient temperature – 5°C
Cooling capacity
Cooling capacity
- 03 cooling capacity diagram
- 300 cooling capacity diagram
·
·
·
- 15 cooling capacity diagram
- 1500 cooling capacity diagram
-22 cooling capacity diagram
- 2200 cooling capacity diagram
Cooling capacity
Ambient temperature
Cooling capacity
Ambient temperature
Ambient temperature
Cooling capacity diagrams
Operating conditions
Oil to use: ················ VG2
Power frequency: ···· 50Hz
Oil temperature:
······ Return oil temperature
Ambient temperature
Inverter models (series C, V, MR and W)
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For selecting a model, please contact us after you fill out the following OIL MATIC selection survey form.
OIL MATIC selection survey form
Temperature increase measurement
Machine name
Time
Liquid name
Liquid manufacturer
Room
temperature
0 min
Liquid type (operating oil, cutting oil, lubricant oil, etc.)
10 min
20 min
m3
Total capacity of fluid (or tank capacity)
Liquid
temperature
(in tank)
30 min
Liquid’s physical properties
Specific heat*
J/kg·°C
Density*
kg/m
Viscosity at 40°C*
3
2
40 min
50 min
mm /s
60 min
Pump type
1
Motor output
Discharge
pressure
KW
MPa
Discharge
rate
L/min
Rotative power of spindle*
2 hrs
3 hrs
4 hrs
5 hrs
KW
If the machine uses cutting oil, grinding oil, and/or lubricant oil, then please be sure to
fill in the columns marked with “*.”
6 hrs
7 hrs
8 hrs
Cautions
(1) Please start operation from a state that the liquid temperature and the
room temperature are the same as much as possible, and measure
average liquid temperature in the tank. The time indicates the time
elapsed from the start of operation.
(2) Please operate the machine in a maximum heat-generating state.
(3) Please continue the measurement until the difference between the
liquid temperature and the room temperature becomes constant.
(4) If because of too large heat generation (or extremely poor heat
dissipation), you cannot continue the measurement until the difference
between the liquid temperature and the room temperature becomes
constant, then please continue the measurement up to as high
temperature as possible.
(5) If cooling is conducted using a water tube provided inside the tank to
cope with large heat generation, then please measure the temperature
without running water (which uses a water cooler, etc.) as much as
possible. Then, after releasing water to make the liquid temperature
constant, please measure the liquid temperature, water flow rate, and
temperature at the water inlet and outlet at that moment.
Coolant flow
rate
Coolant inlet
temperature
L/min
°C
Liquid
temperature
Coolant outlet
temperature
°C
°C
Values for deciding required cooling capacity
Desired liquid temperature
°C
Annual maximum room temperature at
machine installation site
°C
Estimated calculation of the amount of heat generated by main spindle
If you need estimated calculation of the amount of heat generated by main spindle, then please contact us with the following information:
♦ Type of machine tool
♦ Type and model (manufacturer) of bearing, quantity used, precompression, and load of bearing
♦ Capacity of main spindle motor (continuous output / 30-minute rated output) ♦ Bearing lubrication (grease lubrication, etc.) method and cooling (jacket cooling, etc.) method
♦ Maximum number of rotation of main spindle
♦ Type of lubricant (or cooling) oil
Model selection method
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Precautions for transporting and moving OIL MATIC
(1) When moving OIL MATIC using its hanging hooks, take a reliable method to
keep the main unit balance stable during movement.
(2) When using a forklift to move OIL MATIC in such a case that the main unit is
heavy or difficult to be lifted using the hooks, pay due attention to safety and
insert forklift forks deeply under the main unit until they come out of it to move
the machine in stable condition.
(3) When moving OIL MATIC equipped with casters, check the floor conditions in
the direction of movement while moving the machine and pay due attention to
safety to prevent the machine from falling.
Precautions for power supply
(1) Connection of primary power wires and signal wires shall be performed by
qualified personnel.
(2) For primary power wires and signal wires, use the wiring materials that can be
used at the voltage and current specified in the specifications.
(3) Make sure to connect protective ground wires to the primary power wires.
(4) Connect the primary power wires after confirming that electricity is turned off.
(5) If OIL MATIC is not equipped with a breaker, then provide a power supply
breaker with adequate power capacity to the machine.
(6) Turn off the power when not operating OIL MATIC for a long time.
(7) If power wires are connected in reverse phase, then a reverse-phase
protection relay is activated so that OIL MATIC will not start. In this case, make
sure that the primary power supply is turned off and replace the two power
wires with each other.
(8) In case of emergency stop, make sure to turn off the primary power supply.
Precautions for installation environment
Do not install OIL MATIC in dusty environment or environment subject to frequent
mist of liquids such as coolant and water droplets.
Precautions for operation, maintenance, and inspection
(1) Do not clean OIL MATIC by directly pouring water onto it.
(2) Do not insert any tool (fine-tipped tool) or finger from an exhaust vent.
(3) Do not put screws, fuses, tools, etc. on the top of OIL MATIC. It is dangerous if
they should fall off into a cutout hole in the exhaust vent.
(4) At the exhaust vent, do not place anything that prevents exhaustion of air from
it.
(5) During operation, be careful not to put your face, etc. near the exhaust vent as
hot air is coming out of it.
Precautions for people responsible for maintenance and inspection of
customers’ machines, or service engineers for manufacturers
(6) Use a fuse (if the machine has one) of appropriate capacity.
(7) When opening the control box cover for maintenance or inspection, make sure
to turn off the power supplied to OIL MATIC.
(8) When removing the main unit cover for maintenance or inspection, make sure
to do so after the operation has stopped.
(9) Models equipped with a heater are safe since the heater is usually covered.
However, while removing the cover for maintenance or inspection, do not touch
the surface of the heater casing with your hands. Also, be careful not to touch
the surfaces of compressor and high-voltage refrigerant pipes with your hands
as they are hot in some cases.
(10) Should the liquid leak and spatter on the floor around this equipment, watch
your step as the floor is slippery.
(11) Should the refrigerant chlorofluorocarbon leak in a refrigeration circuit,
ventilate the factory properly to prevent negative effects on human health.
Precautions for disposal of equipment
OIL MATIC, which uses chlorofluorocarbon as refrigerant, is designated as the
“class-1 specified equipment” set forth in the Fluorocarbons Recovery and
Destruction Law. To protect the ozone layer and prevent global warming, the
Fluorocarbons Recovery and Destruction Law aims to prevent emission of
fluorocarbons used for specified products into atmosphere and requires that
fluorocarbons be recovered prior to the disposal of the specified products. While
disposing OIL MATIC, please contact the dealer you purchased this product from or
request the class-1 fluorocarbon recovery operators registered by a prefecture
governor to recover the fluorocarbons.
General precautions
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About range of use
Transportation method
Series C, CL and ML
Series V, KTV, MRCC and MLCC
Room temperature (°C)
Room temperature (°C)
Since OIL MATIC uses a built-in chiller for cooling the liquid, there are limitations to the range of
ambient temperature and oil temperature that can be used. Please use the machine within the
range shown in the following diagrams.
Return liquid temperature (°C)
When transporting or moving the OIL MATIC, do not tilt the machine
back and forth or side to side at a 40-degree angle or more. Tilting the
machine beyond the limit may cause a compressor failure. Also, do not
give strong shock or vibration to the machine. Doing so may cause gas
(refrigerant) leakage. Please pay due attention to the above since any of
them cannot be fixed in the field.
Installation site
Return liquid temperature (°C)
Install the OIL MATIC horizontally in a location where it is free from
direct sunlight and vibration. The OIL MATIC takes in air from the
condenser part (see an appearance diagram). So let an intake vent take
in as low-temperature clean air as possible. If there is any equipment
that generates heat near the OIL MATIC, then consider the use of
partitions, etc. Since hot air is emitted from an exhaust vent (see the
appearance diagram) of the OIL MATIC, ensure proper airflow in space
in the emitting direction to prevent the hot air from flowing around the
machine.
* The range of use may vary with models.
Pipe connection
About oil to use
There are limitations to types of liquids that can
be used for the OIL MATIC depending on the
intended use. The following liquids cannot be
used, except for some liquids.
Can be used for the series
♦ Cutting oil (fluid),
MRCC and MLCC
grinding oil (fluid)
(excluding water)
♦ Water and
and the series KTV and V
water-soluble
(water only).
liquid
♦ Chemical and food liquids
♦ Highly-volatile liquids with poor lubricating
properties, such as gasoline and thinner
♦ Flame-retardant hydraulic oil
Phosphoester-series, chlorinated-hydrocarbon series, water+glycol
Oil
temperature
(°C)
* For temperature control of special liquid, please consult us so that we will handle it separately with a special model.
A pump built in the OIL MATIC uses a constant-flow pump (trochoid gear
pump) to gain stable heat exchange capability. Because of the
relationship between OIL MATIC’s internal structure and pump motor’s
output, use the OIL MATIC at a discharge pressure of 0.35 MPa (0.5
MPa with the drain port fully opened with total relief) or less and intake
pressure limit of -0.03 MPa or less. If the discharge pressure is 0.35
MPa or more; then a relief valve is activated, which not only reduces the
amount of oil sent and the cooling capacity but also increases the pump
noise. If the discharge pressure exceeds -0.03 MPa, then the pump
noise increases, the flow rate decreases, and the cooling capacity is
reduced. In addition, strong vibration is caused, which leads to OIL
MATIC failures. The higher the oil viscosity is under the same piping
conditions, or the lower the oil temperature is among the same oil (in
general, the oil viscosity increases when the oil temperature is low), the
pressure loss resulting from pipe resistance increases. So, when laying
out pipes, consider the wintertime low-temperature state. Based on the
above, reduce the pipe resistance as much as possible when laying out
pipes for OIL MATIC.
General precautions
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Power connection
About water-cooled condenser
Power capacity
Determine the power capacity with reference to specification lists and wiring diagrams.
(Be sure to install a Molded Case Circuit Breaker (MCCB) suitable for the capacity at the
main power supply.)
Rotation direction
OIL MATIC needs to be connected to the power supply such that an oil pump and a fan
motor in OIL MATIC make positive rotation. Since input terminals of the OIL MATIC power
switch are located in order of phases R, S, and T from the left side, connecting the phases
R, S, and T of the three-phase power supply to each of the terminals makes the rotation in
positive direction. (Since OIL MATIC is equipped with a reverse-phase protection relay, it is
not started in case of reverse phase.)
Washing and cleaning
Wash the air filter regularly, at least twice a month (warm water, air-washing, etc.), to prevent it
from being clogged. (Also, clean the condenser fin unit at least once a year.)
To use a water-cooled condenser-type OIL MATIC, piping work for
passing coolant, which is used to radiate condensation heat, will be
needed. The separate table shows coolant pipe diameters and required
flow rates.
*In terms of coolant quality, use soft water that causes little adhesion of
scales.
Coolant pipe diameter
Model
Inlet
Outlet
Model 38
1B
1B
Model 22
3/4B
3/4B
3/4B
3/4B
1/2B
1/2B
1/2B
1/2B
Model 15,
model 11
Model 7.5,
model 5
Model 3
About OIL MATIC series V and KTV models
Required flow
rate of coolant
L/min or more
At 25°C
At 34°C
At 25°C
At 34°C
At 25°C
At 34°C
At 25°C
At 34°C
At 25°C
At 34°C
30
60
19
42
13
30
7.5
18
6
12
About “OIL MATIC for coolant”
Reservoir tank sizes
A reservoir tank in which the OIL MATIC series V and
KTV machines are installed will have larger plane
dimensions than OIL MATIC and the tank depth shall
be determined from the right table. Take into
consideration that the temperature will be
well-controlled if the tank capacity is equal to or larger
than three times the flow rate (L/min) of the liquid sent
from this tank.
Coolant inlet
temperature
Model
KTV-3, V300
KTV-5
KTV-7.5, V750
KTV-11
KTV-15, V1500
KTV-22, V2200
Tank depth
350m/m or more
400m/m or more
As the coolant for controlling temperature of the “OIL MATIC for
coolant,” use clean coolant filtered by a magnet separator, filter, etc. to
prevent failures caused by clogging of cooler, circulation pump, etc. from
occurring.
500m/m or more
(Note 1) A too small tank interferes with vortex motion and reduces the cooling capacity.
Liquid level height
Keep the liquid level to the height that always makes the space between the bottom of a
chassis of the OIL MATIC series KTV/V models and the liquid level inside the tank, to be
30-100mm.
Introduction of related products
Controls temperature of
mold’s heat medium (oil, water) with
high precision
Automates and streamlines
“transportation”
in machine tool / assembly lines
(Note 2) If the liquid level becomes lower than the specified level, then there is a possibility that dew is formed on the
cooling coil exposed in space and moisture may be mixed into the liquid. The low liquid level makes the cooling coil
exposed, which disables cooling of the liquid. For the OIL MATIC machines equipped with a heater, pay particular
attention to the liquid level to prevent the heater from operating without water, which is very dangerous.
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