Research at the University of Guelph has resulted in a new method of controlling coolant and lubricant mist generated by industrial processes. It utilizes a patented process called Turbulent Flow Precipitation (TFP).

Equipment using the TFP process to collect mist have gained popularity because of their ability to operate unattended for much longer periods than collection systems such as filters and electrostatic collectors. Unlike filters they do not plug up, and they require less maintenance than electrostatic precipitators.

We would like to thank F.A.L. Dullien of the University of Waterloo for the use of the above description of a TFP process. Professor Dullien as written a 10 page technical paper on patented TFP technology. Just ask and we’ll send you a copy.