Coolant-saving system features at Seco Tool’s Inspiration through Innovation

A solution which enables engineering companies to reduce waste and decrease their environmental impact is set to be showcased at Seco Tool’s Inspiration through Innovation event in Alcester, England on October 9th and 10th, where industry innovator, Wogaard, will be demonstrating its award-winning Coolant Saver technology.

Attendees will be able to view a working model of Wogaard’s Coolant Saver device and see first-hand how it reclaims fresh coolant rather than allowing it to be carried off with waste materials. Not only does the technology provide up to 50% coolant savings and up to 90% coolant disposal savings, it also enables companies to better address their environmental responsibilities by reducing their carbon footprint through reducing wastage and reprocessing.

Visitors to Inspiration through Innovation 2019 will also learn about how Wogaard’s technology enhances overall facility health and safety, reduces the demands of coolant and swarf handling and provides higher swarf value. Organised by Seco Tools, at its state-of-the-art Technology Centre in Alcester, Warwickshire, the Inspiration through Innovation event, held annually in collaboration with technical partners, is a customer-focused event that demonstrates to visitors the improvements in productivity and performance that can be achieved by integrating teams, embracing technology and aiming high and beyond current standards.

Wogaard says this is very much what its technology is about too - and why it is trusted by companies like Renishaw, Mettis Aerospace and Quaker Houghton. This will be the third time that Wogaard has participated at the event.

Jason Hutt, managing director of Wogaard, comments: “To support the manufacturing industry is our mission, especially when machining is at its core. We’re all about re-using, recycling and reducing the usage and cost of neat oil and coolant so it’s great to be able to share this at Inspiration through Innovation 2019. It’s a unique event and I can only see it becoming more successful every year! We look forward to catching up with clients and making new connections through these two days.”

Wogaard has a long-standing technical partnership with Seco Tools, one of the world’s largest providers of comprehensive metal cutting solutions for milling, stationary tools, holemaking and tooling systems.

Dave Magnall, innovation partnership manager at Seco Tools (UK), says: “We appreciate having Wogaard support our work at Inspiration through Innovation 2019 and throughout the year in our Technical Centre. Specifically, at this year’s event, we are focusing on the Aerospace industry, where the need for continuous improvement and cost reductions is an ongoing challenge. Working with Wogaard opens another window through which we can provide additional value to our customers while complying with health and safety and environmental regulations”.

Saving costs, reducing waste and addressing environmental responsibilities is something every manufacturer wants to achieve. A visit to Wogaard’s demonstration at Inspiration through Innovation 2019 is the ideal opportunity to discover how to do that more easily and affordably.


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