Synthetic coolants for machining metals

  • 10-Sep-2011 12:11 EDT
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Cyclo Cool 900 and 500 series synthetic coolants from MAG are additive-free, low-foaming, and formulated for machining titanium, Inconel, beryllium copper, hardened steels, stainless steels, and other superalloys. The coolants replace semi-synthetics and soluble oils, delivering significant cost savings with lower initial cost, longer tool life, increased stock-removal rates, long sump life, and freedom from biocides/fungicides/pH adjusters. They provide boundary lubricant properties while penetrating the heat barrier in the cutting zone, even at lower pressures (300 to 400 psi), to absorb heat from the tool and part, and minimize chemical reactions between tools and workpieces. Both coolants are clear, permitting good visibility in the cutting zone.

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