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     Displaying results for shortCUT : Coolant

Industry News Items

 CIMCOOL holds contest

 RuMo acquires CECOR

 MAG cryogenic technology wins Frost award

 Blaser Swisslube fluids USDA approved

 Wallover celebrates 150th anniversary

BTM Corp. reduces coolant useage with semisynthetic fluid
BTM Corp., a Michigan-based manufacturer of clinch joining systems, automation components and contract machine work, has reported substantial savings in coolant usage and waste removal costs after switching its aluminum and steel machining operations to run on QualiChem XTREME CUT 251C semi-synthetic metalworking fluid.
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Chillers maintain fluids at consistent temperature levels
A line of recirculating chillers that maintain the temperature of metalworking fluids with stabilities as precise as +/-0.9 degrees F (0.5 degrees C) are available from PolyScience.
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Coolant-through clamp provides optimal jet positioning
GenSwiss has introduced the Multidec-Lube tool clamp system that permits optimum coolant jet positioning and drastically reduces setup time when employing high-pressure coolant delivery.
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Tramp oil separator reduces new fluid purchases
PRAB's Tramp oil Separator removes harmful tramp oils from coolant and wash water, improving machine performance, decreasing tool wear, and optimizing the effectiveness of cleaning processes and filtering.
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Gear grinding fluid formulated from synethic base stocks
oelheld U.S. introduces SintoGrind 353, a premium gear grinding fluid formulated from pure synthetic base stocks.
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Here Come The Cool Jets
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: April 2014

A tool clamp that permits optimal coolant delivery on Swiss-style machines.
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Don't Hold The Onions
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: October 2013

A nanoscale metalworking fluid additive.
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Cool Tool
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: July 2013

High-pressure, through-coolant drilling provides a host of benefits.
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Clean Living
Author: Larry Adams, Senior Editor
Published: June 2013

Coolants and the systems that apply them require regular maintenance.
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Friendly Formulations
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: May 2012

Applying 'green' coolant to maintain machining performance while being friendly to workers and the environment.
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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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Velocity Vs. Flowrate
Dr. Jeffrey Badger responds to a question he often gets in his role as a grinding consultant: What coolant flowrate does he recommend?
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