MKK Started Shipping Mitsubishi Selfjector's New Hercules Series
On July 1 2015, Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaisha, Ltd. (MKK; President; Kikuo Yamanaka) shipped the first unit of a new series of the Mitsubishi Selfjector, MKK's mainline product, for delivery to a Japanese shipyard. The Mitsubishi Selfjector purifies oils, using a centrifugal rotary disc to separate impurities. The new series is named the Mitsubishi Selfjector-Hercules Series (SJ-H Series).
In 1942, over 70 years ago, the first Mitsubishi oil purifier machine completed development and was marketed. Since then, MKK has continued to maximise the machine's performance in liquid and solids separation and removal, which depends on interaction between strong centrifugal forces generated by a high-speed rotating bowl and separating disc plates.
Credit to MKK's continuing work to improve performance, the Mitsubishi Selfjector has now found wider applications to remove impurities from fuels and lubrication oils for small to large marine engines and land use diesel engines operating in industrial fields to reliably protect engines from operational problems, resulting in ensuring stable factory operations. The Mitsubishi Selfjector is very popular today among users who affectionately call it OP (oil purifier) or SJ (Selfjector).
The first unit of the SJ-H Series, which is the eighth-generation Mitsubishi Selfjector series, was shipped from the MKK Kawasaki Plant to a Japanese shipyard on July 1, 2013, the 94,112th oil purifier MKK has produced.
The SJ-H Series maintains the reputable high stability and reliability of the preceding series, the Mitsubishi Selfjector-Genius Series (SJ-G Series), and offers more features for greater stability by integrating new technologies that help to generate bigger centrifugal force and raise the efficiency of the separating disc plates, thus improving the machine while lowering running costs.