General machining metalworking fluid
This high-performance water-soluble cutting fluid is free from nitrites, amines, boron, and chlorine compounds. It creates milky emulsions with low foam and excellent cooling and anticorrosive properties. Additionally, the product includes additives that guarantee superior performance compared to conventional emulsions in terms of tool life and finishing when used in the recommended concentration.
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Different machines have varying requirements and operational conditions. A cutting fluid that is suitable for a wide range of machines, including CNC, transfer, and metalworking machines, ensures consistent performance, reduces the need for multiple products, and simplifies inventory management for manufacturers.
Cutting fluids are used in a wide range of machining operations such as turning, milling, tapping, boring, reaming, broaching, and threading. They help in cooling, lubricating, and removing chips from the cutting zone.
Compatibility ensures that the cutting fluid will not react adversely with the metal being machined. Adverse reactions can lead to staining, corrosion, or other undesirable effects on the workpiece. A cutting fluid compatible with various metals like steel, cast iron, brass, aluminum, and copper offers versatility in machining operations.
A microfine emulsion in a cutting fluid ensures effective lubrication and cooling. The fine nature of the emulsion allows the fluid to penetrate critical tool/chip interfaces, resulting in superior component finishing and extended tool life.
Cutting fluids play a crucial role in improving tool life and the quality of the finished component. They reduce friction and heat, which can wear out tools faster. A superior cutting fluid can lead to smoother finishes on machined parts and extended tool life.
Milky emulsions refer to the appearance of water-soluble cutting fluids when mixed with water. These emulsions are typically white or milky in appearance and provide both cooling and lubrication during metalworking operations.
Nitrites, amines, boron, and chlorine compounds are sometimes used in cutting fluids for their specific properties, such as corrosion protection or extreme pressure performance. However, they can pose environmental and health concerns, so their absence in a cutting fluid can be a selling point for safety and environmental reasons.
A water-soluble cutting fluid is a type of metalworking fluid that can be diluted with water to form an emulsion. It is used to cool and lubricate the cutting process, reducing friction and heat generation.
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