Growth Control of Microbial in Miscible Cutting Fluids Using Ultraviolet Radiation
AbstractConsidering the issues involved in industrial cutting and machining systems, and, in particular, the problems arising from the use of cutting fluids in these systems, this study presents the results of an analysis that points to a safe and efficient way to reduce contaminated microbial cutting fluids using ultraviolet radiation. The study proposes a transmitter system of simple ultraviolet radiation, safe and easy to obtain. The results of this study showed that the action of ultraviolet radiation on microorganisms in metalworking fluids is very effective and leads to a significant reduction of the load of microorganisms. In addition, no changes were observed during the experimental period that would lead to impairments in the performance of the activities of the cutting fluid used. Given the results, we can conclude that the use of ultraviolet radiation in the prevention and control of contamination is an important contribution to the durability of cutting fluids in machining and grinding operations. View Full-Text
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Bianchi, E.C.; Aguiar, P.R.; de Arruda, O.S.; Piubeli, F.A. Growth Control of Microbial in Miscible Cutting Fluids Using Ultraviolet Radiation. Lubricants 2014, 2, 124-136.
Bianchi EC, Aguiar PR, de Arruda OS, Piubeli FA. Growth Control of Microbial in Miscible Cutting Fluids Using Ultraviolet Radiation. Lubricants. 2014; 2(3):124-136.Chicago/Turabian Style
Bianchi, Eduardo C.; Aguiar, Paulo R.; de Arruda, Olavo S.; Piubeli, Francine A. 2014. "Growth Control of Microbial in Miscible Cutting Fluids Using Ultraviolet Radiation." Lubricants 2, no. 3: 124-136.