Water-soluble oil coolant

  • 28-Apr-2011 09:04 EDT
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Rustlick offers Ultracut Pro bioresistant water-soluble oil cutting fluid for a range of applications. Lubrication and antimicrobial technology creates a high-performance, long-lasting, hard-water stable product suitable for the agricultural, energy, industrial, transportation, aerospace, and automotive industries. Ultracut Pro resists microbials such as bacteria and fungus and lasts longer than other coolants without additives, according to the company. The formula is effective in a range of light-, moderate-, and heavy-duty applications, including machining, cutting, grinding, milling, broaching, threading, and turning. Tight emulsion offers consistent lubrication and cooling for improved tool life and surface finish with less carryoff. Recyclable Ultracut Pro is available in 5- or 55-gal (19- or 208-L) containers for ferrous and nonferrous metals, aluminum, brass, bronze, and copper.

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