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One fluid is suitable for all shops and markets
Milacron Fluid Technologies brand Cimcool launched Cimpulse – one fluid for all shops and markets.
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Minimal-quantity lubricant is formulated for aluminum
Unist Inc. has expanded its line of MQL lubricants with a new oil specifically formulated for use with aluminum.
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Metalworking fluid approved for use at Boeing
Cimcool announces the release of CIMPERIAL 861 With InSol Technology, a hybrid lubricity, semisynthetic metalworking fluid, which received approval under Boeing BAC5008 RevU.
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Ultrafiltration reduces oil wastewater volumes
PRAB enhances its line of Ultrafiltration Systems for metalworking companies that separate emulsified oils and suspended solids from wastewater and coolant.
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Cutting oil is for fine threads and deep-hole drilling
Wallover's Wococut 508 is ideally suited for cutting fine threads in small diameter screws, drilling small diameter holes in 306 stainless steel, or doing heavy-duty screw machining.
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Superchill
Author: Alan Richter
Published: June 2015

A method of lubricating and cooling a machined workpiece using supercritical CO2.
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Coolants For Challenging Cuts
Author: Evan Jones Thorne
Published: May 2015

Coolants and lubricants for challenging cuts.
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So Long Bactericide
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: October 2014

Metalworking fluids formulated to be bactericide-free and nearly odorless.
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Cool Groove
Author: Jason Farthing, Horn USA
Published: June 2014

The importance of effectively cooling the cutting zone when grooving.
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Liquid Cool
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Assistant Editor
Published: May 2014

Cutting fluids make it easier to keep your cool when workpieces are difficult to machine.
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Evaluating Coolants
A coolant supplier having trouble getting customers to try a new product turned to the Grinding Doc for some insight into how to convince shops to change their coolant.
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Recycling Coolant
A promotional report prepared by Universal Separators Inc., based in Verona, Wis., provides an in-depth look at the company's SmartSkim coolant recycling system. The company offers a line of SmartSkim products and services to handle skimming and capturing floating oils and other contaminants from industrial process fluids.
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MQL Talk
Dr. Jeffrey Badger considers the future of minimum-quantity lubrication for grinding in the 19th episode of our Grinding Doc video series.
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Overloaded Wheel?
Grinding Doc Jeffrey Badger looks at improving coolant velocity for shops running into loading problems with superabrasive wheels.
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Small Diameter, Deep-hole Drilling
Iscar designed drills for small-diameter, deep holes in automotive crankshafts, camshafts, connecting rods and more—all with minimum quantity lubrication.
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