Author : Rakshan C. Naik 1
Date of Publication :17th May 2017
Abstract: Early in 1901, the world endorsed homely way to remove the spills but not gained exciting output for the procedure, so developed. Attempts made by many intellectuals to resolve the problem likely occurred in the said field, but nothing was going way back to the ample number of research. Vacuum cleaner widely applied to eliminate spills at homely levels, but might fail to remove non flying metal spills, as it damages the tube of vacuum cleaner. However, pneumatic chip collector had complex structure includes chip hopper, conveyed pipe restrict for limited usage. Presence of metal chips could create uncomfortable working environment, and hazardous for the human operator. The present work is focused to develop the machine that could incorporate magnets, which further collect the metal chips in machining industries, without causing harm either to equipment or to the human operator. The developed machine is considered highly accurate, fast, in expensive, less knowledge and replace the human efforts in working with hazardous environments
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