Jorgensen Launches PermaClean Filtration, Will-fill and FlexForce High-Pressure Coolant System for Faster, Cleaner Cutting

Material handling innovators Jorgensen Conveyor and Filtration Solutions announces the introduction of three new systems that will reduce labor and improve performance throughout the entire machining process. The new PermaClean Filtration System eliminates sludge build up by adding optional agitation to the coolant collection tank. Eductor nozzles keep coolant in motion, suspending chip particulates and preventing them from settling. Collection tanks equipped with PermaClean combined with cyclonic filtration are virtually maintenance free and significantly reduce the labor required for frequent tank cleaning.

PermaClean incorporates into Jorgensen’s multi-step filtration system that includes the EcoFilter conveyor and filter cell, additional filtration options and fine filtration for high-pressure applications. It also adapts as an option to improve the performance of any Jorgensen filtration system on the market.

To further reduce coolant tank maintenance, Jorgensen now offers Will-fill, a revolutionary new metalworking fluid optimizer. Will-fill combines automatic volume measurement and metalworking fluid analysis with faultless filling, permanent conditioning and timely reporting to provide worry-free coolant care.

The addition of PermaClean and Will-fill to Jorgensen’s FlexFiltration portfolio uniquely positions the company to deliver complete, maintenance-free conveyor and filtration solutions – allowing users to return their focus to machining.

FlexForce is Jorgensen’s new high-pressure coolant system that dramatically outperforms ordinary flood systems. Available in 500 and 1,000-PSI options, FlexForce breaks through the heat-generated vapor barrier created at the cutting tool and workpiece that can cause surface deformities and damage tooling. FlexForce penetrates this barrier and gets coolant directly to the cutting zone, improving lubrication and heat dissipation, speeds and feeds and chip control. Plus, FlexForce increases coolant and tool life and provides improved surface finishes.

Jorgensen will feature PermaClean, FlexForce and Will-fill at IMTS 2022, Sept. 12-17, in Chicago, Illinois, along with the company’s recently released modular FlexFiltration line, chip processing systems, conveyors and the new Auger Assist Conveyor that handles higher chip volumes and decreases labor required for chip hopper management on machines with a cone/auger discharge system.

About Jorgensen Conveyor & Filtration Solutions

With over 70 years of experience in designing and manufacturing advanced conveyor, coolant filtration and material handling solutions for the machine tool, fluid filtration, metalworking, unit handling and recycling industries, Jorgensen Conveyor & Filtration Solutions offers a wide range of standard and customized systems to companies across North America and globally. All products are engineered to provide high quality, cost effective, application-based product solutions for even the most demanding environments.

For problem free production and material handling without bottlenecks caused by maintenance intensive systems, poor chip management or coolant filtration, the company manufactures reliable, innovative conveyor and filtration solutions, including MunchMan®, EcoFilter®, Filterveyor®, ShuttlePro, FlexFiltration, PermaClean, FlexForce and UVS Ecologic Control® systems.

Jorgensen sets the industry standard for quality, reliability, and value for all your material handling needs.

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Anna Claire Howard
Anna Claire Howard serves as Editor of Industrial Machinery Digest and Total Industrial Plant Solutions. She has worked with magazine publishers, media brands, and manufacturers since joining the industrial sector in 2014. She is an experienced B2B writer, editor, content marketing strategist, and social media manager. Most recently, she worked as the content marketing manager for SEPCO. Before that, she was the content marketing specialist for Fluke Reliability, the associate editor for Grand View Outdoors, and the managing editor for Gear Solutions, Thermal Processing, and Wind Systems magazines. She can be contacted via email at