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Whether dealing with tramp oil in coolant or accumulated oil from parts washing, metalworking operations discover the benefits of efficient, well-designed oil removal solutions.
Fluid recycling is valuable. Companies can save up to 60 percent of the coolant concentrate by removing tramp oils and solids through filtration.
Advanced tool holders with precision coolant improve cost-efficiency in steel turning.
Metal scrap processing and fluid recycling equipment can answer essential hazardous waste questions.
A tool manufacturer overcomes the challenges of excessive heat generation in the cutting zone.
For the Austria-based Wittmann Battenfeld company, it's all about plastic. The company utilizes a modern, diverse and modular range of machines for processing plastics and other plasticisable materials, including the M30 Millturn from WFL Millturn Technologies.
Unlike machining other materials, machining stainless steel requires review of myriad aspects prior to beginning work in the machine shop. While machining stainless has unique challenges, its benefits outweigh those challenges.
Eriez’ new white paper, “Six Ways to Attack Metal Contamination to Improve Product Purity and Avoid Recalls,” covers best practices processing plants should implement to achieve the highest product purity and avoid costly tramp metal damage.
The Eriez Xtreme RE7 Rare Earth circuit helps remove metals and other impurities and is now incorporated in the company’s tube and grate magnets.
The costs of cooling lubricants in tool grinding often exceed the costs for grinding wheels. Tool manufacturers who acknowledge this can save money with ultra-fine filtration technology that is optimally adapted to a company’s production capacity and manufacturing requirements. Vomat in Treuen, Germany, is a filtration specialist that offers a range of products that can reduce these costs.
Whether operators use neat oils or water-miscible coolants in wet cutting machine tools or tool grinding machines, the coolants are subject to heavy contamination. VOMAT technology offers a variety of clean coolant technology to solve this problem and produce better cuts.
Reducing the environmental footprint in a production plant is often achieved with state-of-the-art production equipment, but many companies are looking to improve on these achievements.Oil filtration might be a good way to help improve the environment.
Kratzer GmbH & Co. is a Offenburg, Germany-based precision manufacturer of components made from a wide range of materials that must meet the exacting standards required by its high-tech cuustomers. The company meets these specifications in part through investing in state-of-the-art equipment including grinding machines, machining centers, lathes, metrology equipment. Recently, the company invested in new grinding technology as well as a new filtration system.
Developed by Josef Maatuk, a consultant at Los Angeles-based Max Em Engineering, a new unifying smart sensor designed for autonomous fluid management systems is said to monitor, in real time, the heat removal capability of coolant, acidity levels, amount of coolant, and the temperature of the coolant across the height, rather than a single point.
U.S. Tsubaki is known for producing precision power transmission parts for some of the best-known OEMs in the automotive industry worldwide. The quest for quality craftsmanship and operating efficiency is standard procedure in Chicopee, Massachusetts, where the company’s Automotive LLC division operates a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.
The primary focus of metalworking applications revolves around maximizing efficiency of machinery and operations. Thus it is preferable to use metalworking fluids that are multifunctional in nature. Significant growth in metalworking processes worldwide have propelled demand for metalworking fluids. However, metalworking fluids used for machineries have undergone intense regulatory scrutiny in last two decades.
The leaders in metalworking and metal forming industries understand fluid recycling can have a positive effect on their bottom line. Coolants have improved significantly and are now better than those available 10 or 15 years ago. They last longer, but the cost has also increased. Depending where a business is located, shop managers may pay up to $50 per gallon for coolant. Disposal costs also vary significantly, anywhere from 25 cents to $6 per gallon.
Enhanced operational efficiency offered by industrial lubricants is bolstering their use in the constantly expanding manufacturing sector, as well as other industries such as power generation and oil and gas. Growing use of high-performance lubricants in these end-use industries is expected to drive market growth in the forecast period (2019-2027). As indicated by a new study, the global demand for industrial lubricants will progress moderately through 2027, reaching a value of US$ 28 Bn.
When metalworking fluids are used during machining processes, they generate airborne mists that facility operators must carefully control. If left unchecked, these mists can create a dangerous work environment and cause serious health problems for workers. The best engineering control to keep your shop safe and your business in regulatory compliance is a high-efficiency mist collection system designed for your specific application.
Should we continue with classic machining and coolant lubricants, or do dry machining and minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) represent viable alternatives? From a technology point of view, it is important to consider material properties and machine performance, but plant costs, energy and health aspects increasingly need to be included in any assessment of the overall process. Lubrication system manufacturers and scientists commented on these aspects in the first of this two-part series. Part 2 now looks at various machining technologies from the practical perspective of tool and machine manufacturers: a preview of EMO Hannover 2019.
Production managers in manufacturing often have to ask themselves: should we continue with conventional machining and coolant lubricants, or do dry machining or minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) represent viable alternatives? Several factors influence this decision. In Part 1 of this two-part series of technical articles being published in the run-up to EMO Hannover 2019, lubrication system experts and scientists give their assessment. Tool and machine manufacturers shed light on the subject in the second part.
As part of a joint research project, the companies Blaser Swisslube and KAISER have searched for the optimal combination of tool and metalworking fluid for titanium cutting. The results are impressive.
The metalworking fluids market is diverse and includes giant multinational players to medium-scale companies as well. The MWF industry has some chief global players, including Total, Lubrizol Corp., The Dow Chemical Co., Apar Industries Ltd., ExxonMobil, Castrol Ltd., Henkel, PPG Industries, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Sinopec.
After helping customers to remove tramp oil from coolant for more than 40 years, Jim Petrucci, vice president of Oil Skimmers Inc., has yet to hear from anyone that doesn’t have at least some tramp oil present in an individual machine sump or large holding tank. When enough tramp oil seeps into coolant on a steady basis to justify the acquisition of oil-removal equipment, which is common, the Cleveland-based company offers oil skimmers to remove surface oil.
Adopting a modern fluid reclamation system can provide quick ROI while improving profits, equipment lifespan and employee safety.
A former NFL linebacker, Pete Shufelt credits his post-football career as the owner of Backerworks Manufacturing LLC to the day he asked his high school counselor/football coach about what elective classes to take.
In connection with the article I’m writing about metalworking fluid filtration equipment for our March issue, I spoke with Irvin Kaage, president of Transor Filter USA, Elk Grove Village, Ill. The company provides the One Micron Filtration system, which removes particles larger than 1µm from oil, primarily for grinding.
We are using standard tap water for our coolant and because we were about to order more coolant, I glanced at the data sheets and they want the TDS below 100ppm. We are at 500. I know this can be a problem for coolants and has shown issue in the shop if the sumps sit for a while.
A circular shape provides multiple benefits in the machining world. For example, round inserts are stronger than inserts with any other shape. However, when it comes to coolant channels in cutting tools and toolholders, channels that don’t have circular cross sections can enhance operations.
The Quaker Chemical Corp., Conshohocken, Penn., acquired Lubricor Inc., a Canadian metalworking fluids manufacturer, in a deal announced Dec. 1. Lubricor, which manufactures and markets value-added metalworking products such as synthetic and semi-synthetic coolants, hydroforming fluid, and stamping products, sells directly to primarily Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers in North American, according to a Quaker news release.
5ME recently acquired 51 patents in four patent families from Creare, an innovator in cryogenic systems and fluid dynamics. The acquisition gives 5ME control of the intellectual property related to cryogenic machining – specifically, the process of transmitting liquid nitrogen at -321° F through the spindle/turret and tool body, directly to a cutting tool’s edge.
Standing in front of a ma-chining center, waiting for the drilling cycle to end so you can squirt some tapping compound into the holes is a big waste of time. But with challenging materials, such as Hastelloy or Inconel, it’s the only way to avoid a broken tap. Or is it?
CECOR, which manufactures the "Sump Shark" coolant sumpcleaners and industrial carts, announced Jan. 8 that Urso & Urso Inc. has acquired the Verona, Wis.-based company from the RuMo Group LLC. The transaction, accorinding to a CECOR news release, will provide the company with greater access to more opportunity and resources for future growth.
The American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH), Lansing, Mich., issued a reminder to workers and industry of the potential for exposure to microbial pathogens in metalworking fluids following a story in the Belfast Telegraph about metalworkers at a local shipyard who were diagnosed with pneumococcal disease. The workers are believed to have been exposed to aerosols containing the bacteria.  
Transor Filter USA, Elk Grove Village, Ill., has established Transor Filter Japan Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary. Transor filters had previously been sold and serviced by an independent representative. To lead this new operation, Transor President Irv Kaage announced the appointment of Yuji Nakamura as president/managing director.
Okuma America Corp., Charlotte, N.C., launched a new video series demonstrating CNC machines used in gun part manufacturing, spotlighting high-speed, precision cutting, live tooling, milling and drilling.
CIMCOOL Fluid Technology, a Cincinnati-based provider of fluid technology, announced a contest in which the company will provide a year's supply of CIMCOOL fluids for one winner, up to a maximum value of $10,000. This offer is open to business entities engaged in the manufacturing industry having operations that utilize metalworking fluids.
The new Metal Loss Monitor (MLM) from Erie, Pa.-based separation technology provider Eriez enables operators to determine the quantities of valuable metals that are passing through their scrap yards unrecovered. It accomplishes this by continually scanning the residue stream for metal that has escaped the process, according to the company.
RuMo Group LLC, Madison, Wis., has acquired CECOR, a Verona, Wis.-based manufacturer of coolant sump cleaners and material-handling carts. CECOR will continue to be headquartered in Verona, Wis. and do business under the CECOR brand.   

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Videos on Coolant

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What we don’t see when turning HTA at a microscopic level is that a heat pocket is being created between the cutting edge and the chip being formed. This heat pocket is preventing coolant from targeting the cutting edge. What HPC does is break through the heat pocket and get coolant to where it needs to be.
As one of two CTE video supplements to the "Foil Tramp Oil" cover story in the February 2022 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, the Zebra Skimmers Corp. provided a 2-minute presentation focused on installing the company's ZVA8-08 Sidewinder tube skimmer with its magnetic base plate add-on.
Witness Visioneering's journey on completely eliminating water-based coolant from their machining process and facility, utilizing DropsA MQL solutions!
The video will show how Abanaki’s Oil Boss oil skimmer provides cost savings by removing unwanted tramp oil prolonging the life of the coolant. The patent-pending Oil Boss is designed for CNC machines offering passive tramp oil removal.
Developed by Josef Maatuk, a consultant at Los Angeles-based Max Em Engineering, a new unifying smart sensor designed for autonomous fluid management systems is said to monitor, in real time, the heat removal capability of coolant, acidity levels, amount of coolant, and the temperature of the coolant across the height, rather than a single point.
Precision Tool Technologies Inc., Brainerd, Minnesota, developed the FullShop automated coolant delivery system to eliminate manually monitoring and replenishing coolant so that the shop could enable unattended machining.
The Grinding Doc cautions shops about improving coolant in all grinding operations. Depending on the type of grinding and the job requirements, less coolant can be more.
Conventional metalworking fluids are effective at providing cooling and lubrication during machining, but they have critics. One is Fusion Coolant Systems Inc., which offers products for supercritical CO2 (scCO2) as an alternative to those fluids.
Leading manufacturers in the cutting tool industry know there are many factors that contribute to producing superior quality tools.
See how the PRAB Guardian recycles your spent cutting fluids
Improve the quality of your process with Tech Cool, proving to be the cleanest running coolants in the metalworking industry!
Deublin's Pop-Off rotary unions have seals that open automatically when coolant, air, or other media flow is interrupted.
Ray Salazar, equipment builder engineer at ExxonMobil Corp., discusses the Mobil DTE 10 Excel Series, an industrial lubricant line of energy-efficient hydraulic oils. Benefits include productivity, sustainability and safety.
When you look closely at all the benefits a TRANSOR Filtration System delivers to a wide range of applications it’s easy to justify the investment.
In the ninth episode of the CNC Chef, Bob Warfield of the CNCCookbook covers the role of coolant in CNC machining and offers some tips for using coolant more effectively.
Wanner Engineering Inc. and ChipBlaster Inc. provide some insight into the effectiveness of high-pressure coolant to prolong tool life and eliminate heat damage. Cutting Tool Engineering produced this report based on informational videos submitted by ChipBlaster and Wanner Engineering.
The Haas Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) system delivers a steady flow of compressed air and a small quantity of cutting oil directly to the cutting tool or tap, which reduces heat, removes chips and provides lubrication, according to the Haas Automation Inc. website, which features a video report looking at the key features and benefits of MQL.
The SS mighty mini is ideal for removing oil from machining centers and parts washers. The portable unit can service multiple parts washers and coolant sumps, avoiding the expense of multiple units. The belt picks up the oil, which is then scraped from both sides by dual wiper blades at a rate of up to 2 gph (7.6 lph).
Dr. Jeffrey Badger, the host of Cutting Tool Engineering's Grinding Doc Video Series, offers his take on the effectiveness of scrubber nozzles.
About the Grinding Doc Video Series: Thanks to his work as an independent grinding consultant and the author of the "Ask the Grinding Doc" column in Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, Dr. Jeffrey Badger routinely receives questions about grinding from shops all over the world. Through the magazine column and this video series, he provides shops with the insight and guidance they seek.
How close do you need to get the coolant nozzle to the grinding wheel? Dr. Jeffrey Badger offers some direction. About the Grinding Doc Video Series: Thanks to his work as an independent grinding consultant and the author of the "Ask the Grinding Doc" column in Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, Dr. Jeffrey Badger routinely receives questions about grinding from shops all over the world. Through the magazine column and this video series, he provides shops with the insight and guidance they seek.
Tool-Flo Manufacturing Inc. featured coolant-fed clamps designed to eliminate the need to change or modify the toolholder at the company's booth during IMTS 2014. The holder connects to an existing coolant pump on a manual lathe. End users replace the current top clamp with the coolant-fed clamp to provide a direct coolant feed to the cutting edge.
A coolant supplier having trouble getting customers to try a new product turned to Dr. Jeffrey Badger, the host of Cutting Tool Engineering's Grinding Doc Video Series, for some insight into how the supplier could convince shops to change coolant. About the Grinding Doc Video Series: Thanks to his work as an independent grinding consultant and the author of the "Ask the Grinding Doc" column in Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, Dr. Jeffrey Badger routinely receives questions about grinding from shops all over the world.
Ron Sattler of Chemetall Inc. presents a Fast Track Seminar at the Cutting Tool Engineering booth during IMTS 2010. His presentation, titled "The Application of Sustainability in Metalworking Processes," is divided into two parts. Presented here is part two.
Ron Sattler of Chemetall Inc. presents a Fast Track Seminar at the Cutting Tool Engineering booth during IMTS 2010. His presentation, titled "The Application of Sustainability in Metalworking Processes," is divided into two parts. Presented here is part one.
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.
CTE Plus offers a look at minimum-quantity lubrication in action thanks to video provided by the Horkos Corp.

Products for Coolant

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With HollowStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the hollow-cone spray pattern when the precision nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension as it exits the orifice and into a controlled spray angle.
The addition of touchscreen technology to the unit’s control boxes will enhance communication with the machine operators.  With a simple “touch”, operators will be able to display many of the machine functions in real time.
Product details that provide reliability, long-life and ease of operation include: User-friendly touch screen HMI that makes it easy for operators to change temperature settings and monitor all activities. High efficiency scroll compressor that reduces vibrations for smoother, quieter operation.
FlexFiltration systems efficiently remove fine chips and grinding sludge to achieve coolant clarity down to 10 microns or less. They are especially well suited for challenging applications involving materials ranging from cast iron, steel and aluminum to composites and plastics.
The FullShop Automated Coolant Management System from 168 Manufacturing automatically manages coolant levels and concentrations by sensing and pumping properly mixed coolant to as many as 120 CNC machines. Meanwhile, the LNS Venturi Pump continuously removes and filters coolant from the chip hopper and returns it to the machine sump, thus eliminating cross contamination from central recycling.
With HollowStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the spray pattern when the machined nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension as it exits the orifice and into a controlled spray angle.
The stainless-steel construction of these atomizing nozzles adds to their durability and corrosion resistance. EXAIR air atomizing spray nozzles are available with 1/8, 1/4 and 1/2 NPT connections and in a variety of spray patterns to meet your needs. All models are adjustable, have an available mounting bracket and come with our 5 year Built to Last Warranty and are CE compliant.
The Oil Skimmer squeezes oil between rollers, a method of stripping the oil from the belt that does not require scraping. This skimmer is designed for use on large machine tools with tanks deeper than two feet. The Oil Skimmer Jr. is designed for machine tools with shallow tanks. 
Like the flagship FS120 system, the FS40 series monitors and replenishes all CNC sumps with optimized top-off ratios. This turnkey system is easy to install and consists of a centralized pumping station, controller, distribution manifolds and level sensor that drops into the machine tool sump. Compared to the FS120, which has a footprint of 50 by 60 inches, the new FS40 is even more compact — 30 by 30 inches.
ALTILUB 700, a high performance lubricant solution dedicated to the machining of super alloys. Featuring a unique and innovative lubricating phase, ALTILUB 700 demonstrates increased wettability and lubricity. It thus improves your cutting conditions while extending your tools life. Translucent and free of mineral oil, boron or allergenic bactericide, it contributes to the cleanliness of your parts and your production facilities.
EXAIR's No Drip Siphon Fed Atomizing Nozzles are available in round and flat fan liquid patterns. The volume of liquid flow depends on either the gravity or suction height coupled with air pressure. All of EXAIR’s spray nozzles, which include nozzles for pressure fed applications, are composed of 303 stainless steel adding durability and corrosion resistance.  They are available with 1/8, 1/4 or 1/2 NPT inlets with a variety of styles, flow rates and liquid patterns. Mounting brackets are also available for easy installation in specific areas on product lines. They are CE compliant and conflict mineral free.
EXAIR's No Drip Siphon Fed Atomizing Nozzles are available in round and flat fan liquid patterns. The volume of liquid flow depends on either the gravity or suction height coupled with air pressure. All of EXAIR’s spray nozzles, which include nozzles for pressure fed applications, are composed of 303 stainless steel adding durability and corrosion resistance.  They are available with 1/8, 1/4 or 1/2 NPT inlets with a variety of styles, flow rates and liquid patterns. Mounting brackets are also available for easy installation in specific areas on product lines. They are CE compliant and conflict mineral free.
The Sensor for metal cutting machines is compatible with coolants of all manufacturers and monitors them automatically. The Liquidtool Sensor regularly takes coolant from the machine tank and measures the sample with the built-in refractometer and thermometer. It stores the data gathered securely on the corresponding platform, allowing deviations to be detected at an early stage. Users can add additional values such as pH, nitrite and water hardness manually.
The Sensor for metal cutting machines is compatible with coolants of all manufacturers and monitors them automatically. The Liquidtool Sensor regularly takes coolant from the machine tank and measures the sample with the built-in refractometer and thermometer. It stores the data gathered securely on the corresponding platform, allowing deviations to be detected at an early stage. Users can add additional values such as pH, nitrite and water hardness manually.
With FullStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied directly into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the desired spray pattern when the machined nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension, and exits the orifice in a round, controlled spray angle.
TapRite V’s advanced formulation provides many benefits to metalworkers. It has excellent wetting properties with a strong affinity to metal surfaces, allowing the fluid to migrate to the workpiece / tool interface faster than similar products. Its exceptional flowability improves handling as well as simplifying the operator’s task by flowing into hard-to-reach crevices during the cut. TapRite V is heat-activated, providing extreme pressure performance to protect tools and workpieces where the cut generates high heat.
NEAT GREEN DP X510 also benefits from a high resistance to temperature and oxidation. It is particularly recommended for the machining of yellow metals, as its properties are maintained for a long time and it avoids staining and fading of the metals. This lubricant has shown great success in micromachining operations.
Effective April 1, 2021 the names of each of these models will also change. B, F or V will be the first letter of each product name. ChipBLASTER options including Chillers, Mist Collectors, Oil Removal Systems, Cyclonic Filtration and Sludge Tank remain unchanged. Additionally, an inexpensive wash wand that uses coolant to wash down the inside of a machine tool, is available for the F- and V- Series systems. 
EVN provides additional benefits over normal grinding oils. Its combination of low viscosity (5.4 cSt) coupled with a high flash point (370 degrees F) is not possible in petroleum based products.  That means that EVN improves flushing, which helps grinding performance while also providing the increased safety features.
Designed and manufactured by LNS for easy maintenance, the HE 1000 filters typically require cleaning once or twice each year and the variable speed motor enables infinite airflow for any application, thus further reducing maintenance. The HE 1000 electrostatic oil mist collector compliments the existing LNS FOX air filtration product line that includes the WS 2 and WM Series multi-stage oil/coolant mist collectors for all machine types and processes using water-soluble, synthetic or neat oil coolants to achieve 99% filtration, and the LNS ChipBLASTER MB Series for water-based applications.
Blaser Swisslube, has focused on an economical formulation that shows robust performance in universal machining applications. The strengths of the new coolant become fully apparent when machining cast iron, steel and aluminum alloys. B-Cool MC 600 demonstrates good material and machine compatibility and can be mixed with all water types. It contains no critical substances such as boron, chlorine, formaldehyde or sulfur.
Blaser Swisslube, has focused on an economical formulation that shows robust performance in universal machining applications. The strengths of the new coolant become fully apparent when machining cast iron, steel and aluminum alloys. B-Cool MC 600 demonstrates good material and machine compatibility and can be mixed with all water types. It contains no critical substances such as boron, chlorine, formaldehyde or sulfur.
E -Tec 509 meets military specs and competes with other finishes because of higher corrosion protection, 168 hours, and low application costs.
With FullStream nozzles, the liquid is supplied into the body of the nozzle creating a swirling action within a vortex chamber. This vortex produces the spray pattern when the machined nozzle breaks the liquid surface tension as it exits the orifice and into a controlled spray angle.
Electrostatic or mechanical filtration systems with an efficiency factor of over 99.9% improve production conditions by reliably protecting employees in their places of work. Reusuable, low-maintenance filter elements increase the sustainability and cost effectiveness for the entire production chain.
SintoGrind HSS-X 1400 is suitable for flute-, thread-, profile-, internal and external cylindrical  grinding of steel materials such as HSS, PM and medical steels. SintoGrind HSS-X 1400 is low foaming, prevents surface burning, inhibits burr development, is low misting and offers excellent filterability. 
SintoGrind HSS-X 1400 is suitable for flute-, thread-, profile-, internal and external cylindrical  grinding of steel materials such as HSS, PM and medical steels. SintoGrind HSS-X 1400 is low foaming, prevents surface burning, inhibits burr development, is low misting and offers excellent filterability. 
The TungTurn-Jet system strategically directs the internal coolant jet exactly where it is needed, close to the cutting point on the insert rake face. This dramatically improves chip control during the machining of difficult-to-cut materials, which is not the case with conventional coolant delivery methods. Additionally, the other coolant jet is fed from the bottom to minimize flank wear for increased insert life and productivity.
Talking ultrafine filtration of water-soluble, fully synthetic coolants, emulsions or oils contaminated by sludge or chips - the use of a suitable filter system in industrial metalworking, such as tool grinding, turning and milling, is an important parameter for success. This is because ultrafine filtration plays a key role in ensuring that the machining process produces high quality, is sustainable and economical, and keeps the wear on the installed coolant system components low. With the new UBF vacuum belt filter, filter manufacturer Vomat is presenting a high-performance system that filters grinding residues, of metals and nonferrous alloys, from a wide variety of lubricants and coolants
EXAIR’s new 1/8 NPT no drip internal mix air atomizing spray nozzles mix liquid and air inside the nozzle and produce a fine atomization of liquids. The new, patented no drip internal mix air atomizing spray nozzles work in the same way the company's standard atomizing nozzles do, but have the added benefit of positively stopping liquid flow when compressed air is shut off.
oelheld has been on the forefront of lubricant innovations for over 130 years. The company's R&D team in cooperation with machine manufacturers, universities and customers know exactly what to expect from water-miscible coolants and their challenges. Water-miscible coolants have many advantages over their straight oil counterparts, but they also have some well-known disadvantages such as corrosion (machines and parts), lubricity (tool life) and sump life (fungi, bacteria). This has been the motivation for the R&D department to break new ground and develop new products that guarantee that most of these disadvantages are a thing of the past. These expectations, special requirements and problems have been taken care of as a result of this extensive R&D work, which resulted in the development of the AquaTec 7655 coolant.
Corrosion may not be the first word that comes to mind when thinking of preventative maintenance. Yet, it can be a critical part of keeping vital “nerve centers” going at any facility — making sure the lights stay on; the electricity continues working; and servers, phone systems, fire alarms and other electrical controls keep functioning. Electrical or electronic failures mean interrupted operations, downtime, repairs and extra costs. Fortunately, Cortec VpCI solutions require minimal effort with big returns on corrosion protection.
When grinding carbide and HSS tools in large industrial volumes, large filter and central systems for cleaning contaminated grinding oils are worthwhile in several ways, like the filtration systems from filter specialist VOMAT in Treuen, Germany. They offer ultrafine filtration systems that can be individually customized to customer-specific production conditions.
Greases are a regular part of maintenance and always will be. Moving parts and high-pressure points need lubrication to reduce friction and wear for smoother operations and longer equipment life. The difference today is that maintenance crews no longer have to rely on common petroleum-based greases but can opt for biobased options with lower environmental impact and superior lubricity. Cortec’s broad selection of EcoLine greases make it easy to start the move toward greater environmentally responsible maintenance in any industry.
JTM Products Inc. has announced a new generation industrial multipurpose penetrant/lubricant. Barracuda Triple Action Lubricant has a proprietary formulation that penetrates, cleans and protects metal. It penetrates and breaks-free seized fasteners better than the leading consumer penetrant. With a unique chemistry, it works quickly, attracting it to metal to help break loose corroded bolts, nuts, screws, pipe joints and other industrial parts.
EXAIR's new 1/8 NPT siphon-fed spray nozzles atomize fluids in a range of spray patterns for a wide variety of uses. These are the company’s smallest air atomizing nozzles and are suitable for tight spaces.
Finely filtered grinding oils in cutting tool manufacturing are an important key to more quality and efficiency in production. Tool manufacturers who rely on the right technology and competence of their fine filtration equipment manufacturer make optimal use of the many advantages offered by efficient grinding oil filtration.
The Vomat UBF concept is a vacuum band filter equipped to handle a wide variety of sludge materials, such as ceramic, HSS, brass, aluminum oxide and disc abrasion.
oelheld is adding SintoGrind TC-X 630 as the new entry level product to its flagship and perennial SintoGrind series. SintoGrind TC-X 630 is made from the latest generation of GTL base oils.
Traditionally, manufacturers have relied on mineral-oil based rust preventatives for temporary protection of metal components during storage and shipment. While these are effective, they must be disposed of as hazardous waste, introducing extra costs and complications to the cleanup process.
Klüber Lubrication introduces industrial gear oils to its maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) portfolio.
EXAIR’s new Mini Cooler with dual point hose kit provides a stream of 20 degrees F (-7 degrees C) cold air to prevent heat buildup, reduce downtime and increase productivity. It is effective on small-part machining operations to eliminate burning, melting and heat related breakage.
REGO-FIX offers a new cryogenic coolant technology based on the powRgrip system. Called CRYO-powRgrip (PG-CRYO), the system is produced in conjunction with a European supplier of carbon dioxide coolant and targets customer needs to boost productivity and eliminate secondary cleaning operations, especially for medical industry part-production operations.
When metalworking fluids are used during machining processes, they generate airborne mists that can pose a health and safety risk to workers. To help facilities ensure a safe work environment and regulatory compliance, Camfil APC offers the EM Expert coolant mist collector.
New additions to JETI (Jetstream Integrated) tooling from Seco Tools eliminate coolant-through tooling and connector interference that hinders grooving, parting-off and other turning operations. With interference-free internal coolant capabilities and the option to switch the underside stream channel on and off as required, these expansions to the range of MDT (Multiple-Directional Turning) X4 (grooving and parting-off) and 150.10 (parting-off) toolholders add operational stability and reliability while they improve surface finishes.
VOMAT (which stands for Vogtländische Maschinen- und Anlagentechnik) has made a name for itself in the metalworking industry with its individually tailored filtration systems for coolants, along with their stable cooling in the tool grinding industry and other processes. VOMAT’s product portfolio includes modular solutions for individual systems, central systems and customer-specific special systems with central and decentralised functions. VOMAT provides systems for carbide and HSS applications but also for other materials such as cermet, ceramics and diamond.
Cortec developed EcoAir Tool & Die Rust Preventative to meet the needs of mold, tool and die manufacturers and end users. This effective liquid rust preventative comes in a non-flammable spray can that makes it easier to use than traditional greases and shipping oils employed to protect tooling assets and all tool steels during shipping, storage and transport.
EXAIR’s new 1/8 NPT small internal mix spray nozzles atomize fluids up to 42 gallons per hour. Internal mix atomizing nozzles mix the liquid and air inside the cap and produce the finest atomization. Internal mix nozzles can be used on liquids with a viscosity up to 300 centipoise.
The Model 300 mist collector filters the air on enclosed machinery to remove harmful oil mist and particulates from CNC machines, including milling and grinding processes. This unit offers a primary control solution by mounting to the machinery and filtering the mist at the source.
The Model 300 Portable Floor Sentry fume extractor offers a safety engineering control device used for the capture and filtration of airborne contaminants.
MP Systems has launched a new coolant filtration system designed to prevent chips from accumulating inside a CNC machine tool’s coolant tank and causing coolant starvation of the machine tool’s flood pump and the high pressure coolant pump.
Madison Chemical introduces RP GOLD, a versatile water-based rust preventive that provides long-term indoor storage protection for ferrous and copper alloys. Applied to previously cleaned parts by immersion, manual spray or recirculated spray methods, RP GOLD leaves a nearly invisible, dry-to-the-touch film that provides up to four weeks of protection (or longer when used at higher concentrations).
Many segments of the metalworking industry require cooling lubricants with high purity (NAS 7/8 or 3-5 µm). With the KFA 1500, the machine manufacturer VOMAT provides a highly efficient, low-maintenance ultrafine filtration system for tool manufacturers and regrinders that promises optimal quality even with very large batch sizes.
Chemtool Inc. announces Lubricut 4284, the newest in its line of high-performance metalworking fluids. Lubricut 4284 is a synthetic coolant, specially formulated for machining and grinding aluminum (and other ferrous and nonferrous alloys).
Chemtool Inc. announces NuSol 21 MW. The new metalworking fluid incorporates a proprietary process that promotes high productivity and minimal downtime for the user. NuSol 21 MW is a suitable replacement for general-purpose synthetic and semisynthetic metalworking fluids in machining and grinding applications and in central systems.
The EM-O Compact mist collector from Camfil APC is an affordable option for smaller machine shops looking to provide a cleaner and safer work environment. This plug-and-play, small-footprint mist collector separates either oil or synthetic coolant mist from the air before it is inhaled by operators or settles on machines, floors and other surfaces.
BIG KAISER announces the MEGA Micro Coolant Nut, a developed solution to provide precise coolant supply to micro cutting tools applications at high speeds.
What is the main purpose for coolant application? Of course, among many reasons, primarily it’s for the lubrication and cooling of the cutting edge and, in addition, to help facilitate chip evacuation. REGO-FIX has launched a cost-effective and efficient attachment for the application of coolant-lubrication liquids through the tool, based on an ER collet nut, which is suitable for use on SUHNER feed drilling units.
JTM Products Inc. has announced a new line of full synthetic metalworking coolants. SynMAX coolants benefit from a radically different chemistry to exceed the performance of semisynthetic fluids but without oil and without the historical drawback of past generations of synthetics. The result for operators is maximized machining output yielding more parts per hour while machining steel, aluminum and difficult-to-machine alloys.
Klϋber Lubrication introduces Klübersynth GE 14-151, a special grease for highly loaded small gears like those found in power tools. This product consists of a finely balanced combination of ester and synthetic hydrocarbon base oils with an aluminum complex soap thickener. Klübersynth GE 14-151 has a wide service temperature range, good wear protection properties and a high scuffing load capacity. It also offers excellent protection against tribocorrosion.
Cortec Corp. has developed a simple water treatment for use in cooling systems where low conductivity or low sodium products are required. Based solely on organic components, VpCI-648 does not contain nitrites or any halogen counter ions. At recommended dosages, VpCI-648 does not significantly contribute to the conductivity of water systems. VpCI-648 protects both ferrous metals and copper.
Portable coalescers from Eriez Hydroflow are suitable for metalworking plants with multiple machines. These simple, effective, low-cost tramp oil separators can be quickly and easily moved from machine to machine.
CLP (clean, lubricate, protect) products are traditionally made of hazardous mineral oils and other petro-based solvents. Cortec’s EcoAir Biobased CLP offers an excellent environmentally friendly alternative in the form of EcoAir
Biobased CLP, a biobased product in an air-powered spray can.
When grinding tools, ultrafine coolant filtration is clearly a worthwhile proposition for the tool manufacturer or regrinder: The cleaner the grinding oil is and the less often it has to be replaced, the more it will save on coolant costs, minimize waste, and reduce tool costs and machine downtimes. Filter technology, which not only cleans the grinding oils and coolants economically, but also keeps them temperature-stabilized state in the system for an extended time period, achieves measurable gains.
Klüber Lubrication introduces Klübersustain GW 0-460, the first product from its hydro lubricant series. A high-performance gear lubricant, Klübersustain GW 0-460 uses water as a base fluid.
oelheld is adding SintoGrind TC-X 630 as the new entry level product to its flagship and perennial best-selling SintoGrind series. SintoGrind TC-X 630, with its new GTL base oil technology. GTL stands for Gas To Liquid. GTL technology converts natural gas – the cleanest-burning fossil fuel – into high-quality liquid products that would be otherwise be made from crude oil.
When it comes to industries requiring fast and heavy metal removal, the automotive and toolmaking industry comes to mind. It was for these customer groups that oelheld developed in conjunction with a major OEM grinding machine manufacturer ToolGrind TC-X 1000.
Cutting tools made from HSS are witnessing a level of growth around the world that shows no signs of slowing down. The global market for HSS cutting tools is expected to grow to more than $ 10 billion by 2020. The increase is supported by a steady demand from key segments, such as automotive, construction, electrical and industrial equipment.
ToolGrind TC-X 620 is formulated with highly refined base oils that have very good viscosity and temperature characteristics combined with low misting and aromatic content. ToolGrind’s fortified additive package allows the oil to perform well under extreme pressure.
AMCOL Corp. introduces electronic control and PLC (Programable Logic Controller) integration to its 6000 series precision lubrication systems for true minimum quantity lubrication (MQL). MQL incorporates extremely accurate spray equipment to place minute amounts of concentrated lubricants to the cutting tool/workpiece interface to maximize tool life and provide a near dry environment. Applications include sawing, machining, forming, piercing and stamping.
REGO-FIX's reCool coolant-through system is a quick, cost-effective, low-maintenance way to add the benefits of internal cooling to the live tooling used in CNC turning operations. reCool converts an existing tooling system to include through coolant in as little as 2 minutes.
Master Fluid Solutions announces TRIM MicroSol 455, a low-foam semisynthetic, microemulsion coolant that is optimized for the high-volume cast iron, ferrous and some aluminum and nonferrous metalworking operations. MicroSol 455 prevents leaching of elemental iron and eliminates clinkering and oxidation of ferrous microfines.
The Surface Treatment global business unit of the Coatings division of BASF, operating under the Chemetall brand, advances the standards with two new products, Tech Cool 35058 and Tech Cool 35037. These metalworking coolants join the innovative and award-winning Tech Cool line of metalworking fluids for metal fabricators.
Regulatory constraints, but also operator well-being, encourage industrials to develop increasingly neutral solutions for the working environment. For many years, CONDAT has been committed to finding healthier products and innovates by offering soluble lubricants based on renewable, boron-free raw materials without formalin, chlorine, DEA, DCHA or silicone releasing agents. More recently, CONDAT distinguished itself with an international automotive sector group by supplying an amine-free, high-performance cutting fluid with a reduced health footprint: POLYBIO 650 ABF.
Vomat systems for filtering oils and removing ultrafine particles that result from grinding, honing, lapping and eroding are available from oelheld U.S. Inc. The automatically controlled filter backwash process is activated only on demand and fully separates contaminated and clean oil.
HSS has developed into an important quality and added value factor in the production of cutting tools. VOMAT supplies compact and capable filtration machines with its FA series. The systems can be configured with add-on or optional modules to customer-specific high-performance filters.
Klüber Lubrication offers Klübersynth GE 4 80 W 140, a fully synthetic high-performance gear oil based on polyalphaolefin (PAO) chemistry that offers high stability and protection even under shock loads.
Whether miniature instruments for endoscopy or tiny mechatronic components in automobiles - the demand for microcomponents in all areas of daily and industrial life is constantly increasing. At the same time, there is a growing need for high-precision miniature tools to produce these delicate products. Fine filtration of metal coolants plays a special role in the overall machining process and is a prerequisite for production of these items. The slightest contamination of the grinding oil or small temperature variances can have a negative impact on finished part quality. The filtration system manufacturer VOMAT offers ultrafine filtration systems with high control accuracy that provide clean coolants in NAS 7 quality and are particularly well-suited for the production of miniature tools.
The Eriez HydroFlow redesigned SumpDoc portable inline fluid reclamation machine is winning new orders and generating an overwhelmingly positive response from users, according to the company. The modified design, which was developed based on customer input and unveiled in 2017, makes SumpDoc units more affordable and easier to use in a smaller footprint.
Eriez HydroFlow reports that a growing number of leading manufacturers from around the globe are now utilizing the company’s Comat superfiltration systems on thousands of machine tools, superfiltering 530,000 U.S. gallons of metalworking oil every minute. This technology is opening up new opportunities for these customers by eliminating restrictions on the types of metal they can filter, decreasing costs and reducing labor requirements.
According to Eriez, an escalating demand for the company’s ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) Eddy Current Separators correlates with an increasing number of prospective customers who are taking advantage of Eriez’ sample testing capabilities. Material testing and existing installations are proving the Eriez UHF Eddy Current Separator typically recovers an additional 3 percent of previously unrecovered zorba, which would be otherwise missed by existing upstream equipment.
GTI Predictive Technology announces the availability of GTILube for testing bearing lubrication and condition. GTILube is the system that takes ultrasonic technology to the next level, according to the company.
The latest generation of theEriez RevX-E product line combines the same high performance separation of previous models with a variety of maintenance-friendly enhancements, including an innovative cantilever frame design, which enables 10-minute belt changes.
Klüber Lubrication offers Klübersynth GE 4 75 W 90, a fully synthetic high-performance gear oil based on PAO chemistry, which offers high shear stability and protection, even when exposed to impact load.
Clamping and gripping technology specialist RÖHM Products of America has introduced a fast, intelligent and fully automatic lubrication device for HSK spindle tool clamping systems. The new device is called Lubritool, and it minimizes costly and time-consuming manual lubrication maintenance work, as well as prevents machine downtime.
Clariant is launching two new emulsifiers suitable for replacing traditional alcohol ethoxylate emulsifiers in metalworking fluid formulations. The new products, Emulsogen MTP 020 and Emulsogen MTP 030, join Clariant’s Emulsogen MTP 070 to create an innovative new range of hazard label-free, low-foaming emulsifiers for the industry.
Collecting mist from lubricant oils used to cool machining processes is critical to protect workers' health and meet OSHA requirements. The Handte Oil Expert from Camfil APC helps facility operators reduce exhaust emissions to meet the current OSHA 5.0 mg/m3 exposure limit for oil mist.
Cortec VpCI-649 BD combines contact and vapor-phase corrosion inhibitors to protect metal surfaces in direct contact with the treated fluid, as well as those areas above the level of the fluid where the contact inhibitor cannot reach. As the inhibitor flows along in the liquid stream, it releases a corrosion inhibiting vapor that adsorbs and forms a protective layer on exposed metal surfaces above the level of the fluid.
Clean coolant in carbide and HSS tool grinding is important in creating a safe work environment and is partly responsible for the quality of the end product. VOMAT GmbH from Germany provides fine filtration systems that separate dirty and clean oil 100 percent with their full flow filtration process. The filter throughput and backwash cycles are automatically adjusted as needed. This extends the life of the filter elements and saves energy and costs.
When regrinding tools, clean filtered coolants are an important quality factor. The filtration system manufacturer VOMAT from Germany ensures that clean and pure cooling lubricants are available for an extended period of time to the production process. The compact VOMAT FA 70 is particularly suited to tool regrinding.
Klüber Lubrication introduces Klüberplus Z 01-006 US, a water-based solvent containing wetting agents, corrosion inhibitors and degreasing compounds.
EXAIR's 1/2 NPT internal mix 360 degree hollow circular pattern atomizing spray nozzle atomizes fluid and sprays away from the nozzle in all directions, up to 13 feet in diameter. These nozzles are ideal where a liquid application is needed in a broad area, such as dust suppression, humidification and cooling.
By using CO2 as a process coolant, the cost-efficiency of machining can be significantly improved. With its quattroClean system, acp has developed a solution suitable for use in serial productions.
Klüber Lubrication introduces HYDROKAPILLA NBU 20 HFE US for the lubrication of plain and rolling bearings, and chains. HYDROKAPILLA NBU 20 HFE US is designed for applications that experience high humidity and/or aggressive media.
Cortec R&D has developed an enhanced reformulation of VpCI-340 CLP for cleaning, lubricating, and protecting purposes. The upgraded formula has undergone extreme testing to ensure top-quality product performance geared toward the demands of military standards, the company reports.
Madison Chemical introduces Compound RP-99S, a versatile water-based rust preventive for use on ferrous and copper metals. Applied to previously cleaned parts by immersion, manual spray or recirculated spray methods, Compound RP-99S leaves a nearly invisible, dry-to-the touch film that provides short-term indoor storage protection for treated parts lasting up to four weeks, or longer depending on concentration.
Klüber Lubrication introduces Klüberquiet BQ 72-72, a low-noise rolling bearing grease for long-term lubrication. The low-noise characteristic of this grease makes it suitable for applications that include rolling bearings in electric motors, fans, air conditioners, generators and belt tighteners in cars, electric household appliances and office equipment.
Birchwood Technologies offers a full line of water-based and solvent-based inhibitors and sealants to prevent rust and corrosion on all metal surfaces. Birchwood Technologies rust preventative and corrosion inhibiting products enable selection according to needs for lubricity, dryness and decorative appeal.
Klüber Lubrication introduces STABUTHERM greases for rolling bearings in the automotive, beverage, glass and ceramics industries. STABUTHERM GH 461 and STABUTHERM GH 462 feature effective anti-wear properties and are resistant to oxidation, providing reliable protection against corrosion.
Two years after it was first introduced to the metalworking market, Henkel’s innovative Bonderite duaLCys process has proven its superior cost-efficiency and sustainability over conventional cooling lubrication and cleaning processes. Bonderite duaLCys is part of Henkel’s comprehensive portfolio of process solutions for the metalworking industry that can be tailored to the precise needs of customers across their entire value chain from casting and machining to assembly.

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Pacer Industries Inc. 610-383-4200 http://www.pacergrindingwheels.com
Industrial Maid 402-798-7116 http://www.industrial-maid.com
Liquidtool Systems AG https://liquidtool.com/en
Graymills Corp. 773-477-4100 http://www.graymills.com/
Sterling Gun Drills 802-442-3525 http://www.sterlinggundrills.com
Enterprise Oil Co. 773-491-1343 http://www.entoilusa.com
Chemetall 800-526-4473 http://www.chemetallna.com
Tri-Mer Corp. 989-723-7838 http://www.tri-mer.com
Komline-Barnes 800-435-4877 https://barnesintl.com/
Sandvik Coromant Co. https://www.sandvik.coromant.com/en-us/pages/default.aspx
PRAB 269-382-8200 http://www.prab.com/?utm_source=cutting_tool_engineering&utm_medium=referral&ut…
Blaser Swisslube Inc. 845-294-3200 http://www.blaser.com
Kinefac Corp. 508-754-6891 http://kinefac.com
Wayne Products Inc. 610-251-0933 http://www.wayneproducts.com
AMCOL Corp. 248-414-5700 http://www.amcolcorp.com
MP Systems 877-689-1860 http://www.mp-systems.net
Rush Machinery 585-554-3070 http://www.rushmachinery.com
Rotary Systems Inc. 763-323-1514 http://www.rotarysystems.com
Sterling Gun Drills 802-442-3525 http://www.sterlinggundrills.com
Quaker Houghton 610-832-4000 http://www.quakerchem.com
Glen Dimplex Thermal Solutions 269-349-6800 http://www.dimplexthermal.com
MP Systems 877-689-1860 http://www.mp-systems.net
Mayfran Intl. 440-461-4100 http://www.mayfran.com
Eclipse Magnetics 905-664-5585 http://www.eclipsemagnetics.com/na
Norseman Drill & Tool 651-227-8911 http://www.norsemandrill.com
Unist Inc. 616-949-0853 http://www.unist.com
Tri-Mer Corp. 989-723-7838 http://www.tri-mer.com
Rosler Metal Finishing USA 269-441-3000 https://us.rosler.com/us-en/contact/
Sterling Gun Drills 802-442-3525 http://www.sterlinggundrills.com
KoolBlast by Advanced Industries 734-433-1800 http://www.koolblast.com
Carl Hirschmann Inc. 847-468-9700 http://www.carlhirschmann.us
DropsA USA Inc. 586-566-1540 https://www.dropsausa.com
Zebra Skimmers Corp. 440-349-0141 http://www.zebraskimmers.com
Industrial Coolant Systems LLC 303-968-1707 http://www.industrialcoolantsystems.com
Blachford Chemical Specialties 815-464-2100 https://blachfordcs.com
Ebbco Inc. 586-716-5151 http://www.ebbcoinc.com
CECOR 608-845-6771 http://www.cecor.net
Thermal Care Inc. 847-966-2260 http://www.thermalcare.com
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Air Quality Eng. Inc. 763-531-9823 http://www.air-quality-eng.com
Viking Drill & Tool Inc. 651-227-8911 http://www.vikingdrill.com
Cleaning Technologies Group LLC 513-870-0100 http://www.ctgclean.com
SwiftCarb 253-854-7779 http://www.swiftcarb.com
Wayne Products Inc. 610-251-0933 http://www.wayneproducts.com
Industrial Fluid Systems Inc. 586-754-8220 http://www.industrialfluidsystems.com
Ashburn Chemical Technologies 832-399-1000 http://www.ashburnchemical.com
UKAM Industrial Superhard Tools 661-257-2288 http://www.ukam.com
Thermal Care Inc. 847-966-2260 http://www.thermalcare.com
Advanced Deburring & Finishing 717-767-4843 http://www.advanceddeburring.com
Fersco Saws 601-922-5367 http://www.ferscosaws.com
Jorgensen Conveyors Inc. 262-242-3089 http://www.jorgensenconveyors.com
MC Machinery Systems Inc. 630-616-5920 https://www.mcmachinery.com/
PRAB 269-382-8200 http://www.prab.com/?utm_source=cutting_tool_engineering&utm_medium=referral&ut…
GTI Spindle Technology Inc. 603-669-5993 http://www.gtispindle.com
3nine USA Inc. 512-667-6146 http://www.3nine.com
NexGen Enviro Systems Inc. 631-226-2930 http://www.nexgenenviro.com
VinTech Nano Materials 479-725-8008 http://www.nanomech.com
Fujikura Composites 847-593-7000 http://www.fujikura-control.com/english
Tower Metalworking Fluids 773-927-6161 http://www.towermwf.com
Ashburn Chemical Technologies 832-399-1000 http://www.ashburnchemical.com
Clariant International Ltd. +41-61-469-6742 http://www.clariant.com
Polytech Filtration Systems Inc. 978-562-7700 http://www.polytech-filtration.com
RPD Industries Inc. 914-428-1444 http://www.rpdindustries.com
Blaser Swisslube Inc. 845-294-3200 http://www.blaser.com
Montfort Intl. Industrial Products Ltd. 418-877-0778 https://montfort-international.com
Sanborn Technologies 508-660-9150 http://www.sanborntechnologies.com
Micro Air Clean Air Systems 316-946-5875 http://www.microaironline.com
Tower Metalworking Fluids 773-927-6161 http://www.towermwf.com
Flow Pro Products Inc. 815-836-1900 http://www.flowproinc.com
TechMet Carbides 828-624-0222 http://www.techmet.us
Wayne Products Inc. 610-251-0933 http://www.wayneproducts.com
oelheld U.S. Inc. 847-531-8501 http://www.oelheld-us.com
Condat +33-4-78-07-38-38 https://www.condat.fr
Micro Air Clean Air Systems 316-946-5875 http://www.microaironline.com
Jorgensen Conveyors Inc. 262-242-3089 http://www.jorgensenconveyors.com
Micro Air Clean Air Systems 316-946-5875 http://www.microaironline.com
Falcon Industrial Inc. 636-227-1204 http://www.falconindustrialinc.com
GMSi Group Inc. 508-612-9482 http://www.gmsigroup.com
Losma Inc. 973-300-1044 http://www.losma.com
PDQ Precision Inc. 619-474-3600 http://www.minimaxcleaner.com
Polytech Filtration Systems Inc. 978-562-7700 http://www.polytech-filtration.com
Sure Flow Products LLC 248-380-3569 http://www.flowmetersource.com
Falcon Industrial Inc. 636-227-1204 http://www.falconindustrialinc.com
Castrol Industrial N.A. Inc. 877-641-1600 http://www.castrol.com/us
Bijur Delimon Intl. 919-465-4448 http://www.bijurdelimon.com
Cool Clean Technologies LLC 651-842-8600 http://www.coolclean.com
AMCOL Corp. 248-414-5700 http://www.amcolcorp.com
Etna Products Inc. 440-543-9845 http://www.etna.com
PRAB 269-382-8200 http://www.prab.com/?utm_source=cutting_tool_engineering&utm_medium=referral&ut…
Drillco Cutting Tools 225-272-8251 http://www.drillco-inc.com
Dillon Chuck Jaws 937-325-8482 http://www.dillonmfg.com
Eclipse Magnetics 905-664-5585 http://www.eclipsemagnetics.com/na
Gaylee Saws 216-521-8567 http://www.gayleesaws.com
Sanborn Technologies 508-660-9150 http://www.sanborntechnologies.com
Cortec Corp. 651-429-1100 http://www.cortecvci.com
Wayne Products Inc. 610-251-0933 http://www.wayneproducts.com
Chemtool Inc. 815-957-4140 http://chemtool.com
Proceco Ltd. 514-254-8494 https://www.proceco.com/
Bazell Technologies Corp. 925-603-0900 http://www.bazell.com
Airflow Systems Inc. 214-503-8008 http://www.airflowsystems.com