- Eliminate the mess of traditional flood coolant
- Save money with reduced fluid usage
- Extend blade life & reduce downtime
- Dry chips are worth more when recycled
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- Eliminate the mess of flood coolant
- Reduce fluid usage
- Extend blade life
- Dry chips are worth more money
Unist Saw Blade Lube Systems™ and Band Saw Lubrication Equipment deliver all the benefits of MQL (Minimum Quantity Lubrication) to your band or circular saw in a durable and easy to install package. Longer lasting blades, better cuts, fluid savings, and clean, dry chips are the main reasons users love our Saw Blade Lube Systems™ and our Coolube® lubricant.
If you’re currently using a traditional flood coolant system, make the switch to a Unist Saw Blade Lube System™ and eliminate the mess that coolants can cause, their health/safety concerns, and the need to treat and dispose of them.
Unist offers numerous system options to make sure your Saw Blade Lubrication System™ is perfect for your application whether circular sawing or otherwise, and we’ll work with you to make sure your system is a success. Get started enjoying the benefits of saw blade lubrication and MQL today!
The images at right are courtesy of a Unist customer sawing 3" Inconel bar stock with band saw lubricant. The cut was made with a Lenox 19'2 x 1.5"H bi-metal blade on a Hydmech HYD-M.
The photo on the top shows cut quality before the Unist system was added. This cut was made using typical flood coolant and resulted in a blade life of approximately 5 days. As you can see, the cut has generated excessive chatter and a large burr on the edge of the stock (click each image for a larger view).
The photo on the bottom shows the same material cut with the same blade after a Unist band saw lubrication system was installed. The cut was made using our Coolube® 2210XP lubricant. Not only was the cut quality greatly improved, but the customer experienced a substantial blade life increase! This customer was able to eliminate the cost and mess associated with flood coolant and also saves considerably on blade costs.
The Bat Nozzle was designed to easily fit on a wide variety of circular saws, vertical band saws, and horizontal band saws. The nozzle includes a 1.75” (45 mm) square mounting flange that can be attached to the blade guard. A 1” (25 mm) diameter hole drilled through the guard allows the nozzle to be centered over the blade. The nozzle position can then be adjusted as close to the blade as required with a thumb screw. Two outlets on the sides of the blade and a third outlet spraying directly into the gullet of the teeth assure superior application of lubricant to the saw blade. The Bat Nozzle is available in various lengths to accommodate a broad range of saws.
On some horizontal band saws, there is not enough room to mount the Bat Nozzle. For these situations, Unist offers two additional nozzles engineered specifically for horizontal band saw lubrication applications.
The Band Saw Blade (BSB) Nozzle provides users with alternative mounting options and delivers an ideal spray pattern for horizontal band saw blade lubrication. Its smaller footprint makes for easier mounting and less intrusive installation.
When mounted to the blade guide, proper positioning is easy when using the built-in ruler guide. Simply align the top of the blade with the appropriate blade size marking and secure the nozzle in place. For additional mounting flexibility, optional brackets are available. The BSB Nozzle is available in sizes for 1” [25.4 mm], 2” [50.8 mm], and 3” [76.2 mm] sizes to accommodate most common band saw blade widths.
The Band Saw Guide (BSG) Nozzle will lubricate the sides of the blade to help minimize friction when blade guide lubrication is required.
The BSG Nozzle can be mounted directly to a guide block or to the BSB Nozzle. When paired with a BSB Nozzle, this will provide lubrication for both the cutting edge and the sides of the blade.
Unist also manufactures a wide variety of stainless steel, copper, and plastic nozzles, which offer the ability to quickly and easily install our systems on any saw where mounting the nozzles above may not be feasible.
Our nozzles are available in a variety of lengths, styles, and mounting options so they can be tailored specifically to your band saw lubrication needs.
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Follow along as we show you how to replace the pulse generator on your Unist system.
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A Unist saw blade lubrication system can make a huge impact on your saw's performance. Follow along as we discuss the benefits of minimum quantity lubrication, how it works and how it can fit onto your machine.
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In this how-to video, the procedure for priming a pump-based MQL systems is outlined
MQL Minute #7
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Learn how to do initial setup on a Coolubricator™ system.
MQL Minute #5
Learn about Unist's specialty BAT nozzle for sawing in this MQL Minute.
What is MQL?
An introduction to Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL).
MQL Minute #3
John and Larry take a look at some dry chips in the Unist shop.
MQL Minute #1
This MQL Minute provides a general overview of Unist MQL (Minimum Quantity Lubrication) systems.
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