100 / 150 Series – Single Tank

For applications requiring more heat dissipation and greater coolant flow, 100 and 150 Series Encyclon Systems have greater storage capacity and higher flow rates than 50 Series units. Smaller 100 Series units with Type Number 28 cyclones spin out particles to 3 microns. Larger units with Type Number 65 cyclones remove particles to 5 microns.

Recommended Use:

Grinding, finishing, general operations

Clean Coolant Capacity Pump
Number of Cyclones Swarf Container Capacity
283-100 15 100 gal. 2 3 25 gal.
284-100 20 100 gal. 2 4 25 gal.
651-100 20 100 gal. 2 1 25 gal.
652-100 40 100 gal. 2 2 25 gal.
653-150 60 150 gal. 5 3 45 gal.
654-150 80 150 gal. 5 4 45 gal.


  • Swarf Container included with these systems.
  • Electric Control Panel is optional.
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Series A: Overall Length B: Base Width C: Base Height D: Box Height E: Overall Height F: Overall Width Including Cart
100 46 34 16 54 59 48
150 60 40 16 54 64 60

Dimensions shown in inches. Dimensions are subject to change.


Reading the Model Number

The Encyclon Model Number (listed in the first column of each table) indicates features of that particular system.

The first two digits of an Encyclon system's model number refers to the Type of Cyclone: Type 28 for 3 micron filtration, Type 65 for 5 micron filtration. After the type is the Number of Cyclones and then a dash. Following the dash is the Total Coolant Capacity, in gallons. If there is a Special Feature, an abbreviation is added to the end (for example, DT stands for Dual Tanks).

Stock Orders

Your Encyclon System can be ordered from the many standard catalog systems that are available. If you need help in determining the best system for your needs, call us. We would be pleased to work with you.

Replacement Parts

Replacement parts are available for all units and are generally in stock.