ISO 460 Polyalkylene Glycol designed for use in synthetic coolants for low-temperature, ferrous and nonferrous metalworking
PACKAGE SIZE: 471lb Drum
It is a medium viscosity water-soluble synthetic lubricant originally developed for use as the main component of the lubricity package of synthetic coolants used in low temperature metalworking operations, such as, can-drawing, stamping and cold rolling. It has a viscosity of 399-486 cSt @ 37.8 °C.
End Markets: Aerospace & Aviation ; General Industrial; Heavy Industry
Designed for use in synthetic coolants for low-temperature, ferrous and nonferrous metalworking operations, such as can-drawing, stamping, and cold rolling. It is also used as a foam-control agent.
Related Applications: Machining - Water Soluble; Grinding - Water Soluble; Drawing - Water Soluble; Stamping - Water Soluble; Corrosion Preventatives - Water Soluble; Rust Preventatives - Water Soluble
Color: Colorless to yellow
Boiling point (760 mmHg): > 300 °C
Flash point: closed cup 177 °C
Vapor Pressure: < 0.01 mmHg at 20 °C
Relative Vapor Density (air = 1): >1 Calculated.
Relative Density (water = 1): 1.036 at 20 °C (68 °F)
Kinematic Viscosity: 364 - 443 cSt at 40 °C
Pour point: -50 °C
Primary Chemistry: Polyalkylene Glycol
Functions: Metal Working
UCON™ polyalkylene glycol formulated fluids include calendar lubricants, coatings fluids, hydraulic fluids, metal working fluids, solder assist fluids, defoamers, textile rubber fluids, and food grade lubricants. They feature excellent lubricity, high viscosity indices, low pour points, clean burning properties, strong stability, and gas solubility and work well where high temperatures can degrade petroleum-based products. Applications range from hydraulic fluids to quenchants, and from machinery, gear and bearing lubricants to compressor lubricants.