Metal working - forming, drawing, stamping and rolling
These fluids can be used alone or in combination with extreme-pressure additives to formulate cutting fluids, grinding fluids, and in metal forming operations, such as drawing, stamping, and rolling. They feature inverse solubility (i.e., they become less soluble in water as the temperature of the solution increases). When in contact with a hot tool or workpiece, the fluid comes out of solution and coats the metal surfaces with a concentrated lubricant film, providing greater lubricity and heat removal.
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A metalworking lubricant and is an anionic modified polyalkylene glycol which provides both hydrodynamic and extreme pressure lubrication capable of providing long-term, trouble-free service in recirculating central coolant systems. It has a viscosity of 2000-3500 cSt @ 25 degrees C.
It is a mixture of an alkanolamine and an anionic polymer, modified to provide extreme pressure lubrication for heavy-duty machining, cutting and grinding operations as well as in tapping, gun-drilling, drawing, and forging. It has a viscosity of 4000-5600 cSt @ 25 degrees C
It is a polyalkylene glycol lubricant based product that provides excellent hydrodynamic and extreme pressure lubrication and is designed to provide long-term, trouble-free service in recirculating central coolant systems. It has a viscosity of 130-180 cSt @ 100 degrees F
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