ISO 460 Polyalkylene Glycol designed for use in synthetic coolants for low-temperature, ferrous and nonferrous metalworking
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: Anti-Foam; Forming Fluids; Graphite Containing Fluids; Semi-Synthetic Based Fluid; Synthetic Based Fluid
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 Forming & Forging
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.