Through-Spindle Coolant, 1k

Coolant through the tool, 1000 psi

This Haas Through-Spindle Coolant system provides up to 1000 psi (69 bar) of coolant to the cutting tool, allowing for heavier cuts, higher feedrates, deep-hole drilling, and better surface finishes. The 1000 psi (69 bar) system is ideal for drills with coolant passages of 0.050 in (1.3 mm) and smaller. With Through-Spindle Coolant, you can really reduce your cycle times to increase throughput, and you’ll produce higher-quality parts. To minimize clogging, the Haas TSC pump includes an innovative self-cleaning feature. Maximum rpm with TSC enabled is 15,000 rpm.

  • Highly recommended for tools with coolant orifices 0.050 in (1.3 mm) diameter and smaller
  • Allows deep-hole drilling without pecking to reduce cycle times
  • Reduces material work hardening and increases tool life
  • Produces better surface finishes by clearing chips
  • Self-cleaning TSC pump
  • Requires three-phase power

NOTE: Through-Spindle Coolant cannot be installed in the field without the Through-Spindle Coolant Ready option.

The Advantages of Through-Spindle Coolant

In this video, Scott and Matt demonstrate some of the advantages of the Haas TSC system, by comparing traditional flood coolant and through-spindle coolant on the same drilling application.

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How It Works - Through Spindle Coolant

In this installment of Haas How It Works, Mechanical Engineer Katherine White describes how the Haas TSC system works, the benefits of using TSC, and the proper applications for both 300 psi (20.7 bar) and 1000 psi (68.9 bar) systems.

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