NuSol Lubriform Superior

December 13, 2012

NuSol Lubriform Superior is a new forming technology that Chemtool Inc. has introduced to the metal forming industry for the forming of ferrous metals and exotic alloys. NuSol Lubriform Superior is formulated for today's competitive forming environment which demands one forming fluid for all operations.

NuSol Lubriform Superior is manufactured using a proprietary blending process that incorporates into the product many unique characteristics that will promote high productivity rates and minimal downtime for the end user, according to the company. It is formulated using a blend of unique preformed emulsions that possess a very small particle size (average particle size of 1┬Ám) which demonstrate outstanding boundary lubrication. This small particle size provides a very durable and uniform lubricant film, enhanced wetting and coverage, a clean running fluid, and exceptional hard water stability for enhanced forming performance on ferrous alloys.

NuSol Lubriform Superior preformed emulsions are further complemented with the presence of boundary lubrication agents which offer enhanced wetting, film strength and balanced lubrication. NuSol Lubriform Superior also contains low levels of chlorine and sulfur (non-active) for demanding forming operations. NuSol Lubriform Superior can also be used as a metalworking fluid for facilities looking to consolidate forming and machining fluids to one choice, NuSol Lubriform Superior.

NuSol Lubriform Superior FEATURED BENEFITS:

Excellent corrosion protection for all tooling, equipment, and parts

Exceptional lubricant film strength for good tool life and finish on all metals

Extremely small particle size for superior wetting and coverage on all metals

Excellent hard water stability

High degree of cleanliness and low reportable VOCs (only 21.1 g/l) for operator acceptance

Fortified with chlorine and sulfur for demanding lubrication operations

Excellent rejection of process oils and system contaminants

Dual use capabilities for both forming and for utilization as a synthetic machining fluid for ferrous applications.

Related Glossary Terms

  • alloys


    Substances having metallic properties and being composed of two or more chemical elements of which at least one is a metal.

  • film strength

    film strength

    Relative ability of a fluid to form a film between workpiece and tool, under the influence of temperature and pressure, to prevent metal-to-metal contact. See lubricity.

  • metalworking


    Any manufacturing process in which metal is processed or machined such that the workpiece is given a new shape. Broadly defined, the term includes processes such as design and layout, heat-treating, material handling and inspection.