Synthetic, emulsifiable, not foaming, biostatic fluid for metalworking
This is a synthetic soluble oil that is specifically formulated for grinding and drawing operations on steel and cast materials, particularly with soft water. It is bacteriostatic, ensuring a longer lifespan for the emulsion and reducing the need for frequent changes typically required with conventional emulsions. This product is ideal for high stirring and high flow applications that may cause foaming. It contains unique additives that provide a superior finish on the workpieces. Additionally, this product is free from harmful compounds and elements, such as nitrites, phenols, chlorine, sulfur, heavy metals, PTBB, mineral biocides, and more, making it safe for both operators and the environment.
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The absence of harmful compounds and elements ensures that the metalworking fluid is safe for operators, reduces environmental impact, and complies with health and safety regulations. It also reduces the risk of adverse reactions with the metals being machined.
In high stirring and high flow applications, there's a risk of excessive foaming, which can reduce the fluid's effectiveness and cause operational issues. A metalworking fluid that performs well under these conditions ensures consistent lubrication, cooling, and protection against wear.
Being bacteriostatic means that the metalworking fluid inhibits the growth and reproduction of bacteria. This property ensures a longer lifespan for the emulsion and reduces issues like unpleasant odors, corrosion, and degradation of the fluid.
Grinding is a machining process that uses an abrasive wheel to achieve a smooth finish or bring parts to a specified dimension. Drawing, on the other hand, is a process where metal is pulled through a die to reduce its cross-sectional area and achieve a desired shape.
A synthetic soluble oil is a type of metalworking fluid that is artificially produced (not derived from refining crude oil) and can be diluted with water to form an emulsion. It is used for cooling and lubrication during metalworking operations.
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