Metal cutting oil
Non-soluble straight cutting oil
Neat cutting lubricants
|PRODUCT||Viscosity||Flash point, °C||APPLICATION|
CutOil UA 22
CutOil EA 19
|Series of chlorine and heavy metal free neat cutting oils for gear cutting and general machining of cast iron, high alloyed steels and yellow metals|
High performance neat cutting oil
Mineral oil containing, not water-miscible metalworking coolant
Description: Preparation based on highly refined mineral oil with polar lubricity improvers, zinc- and sulphur-containing additives as well as corrosion inhibitors, antioxidants and antimist additives.
Appearance: clear, light yellow liquid
Density at 15 °C/59 °F: 887 kg/m³
Kin. Viscosity at 40 °C/104 °F: approx. 22.0 mm2/s
(COC/DIN EN ISO 2592): min. 140 °C/284 °F
Pour point: < -5 °C/23 °F
(3 h; 100 °C/212 °F): 1 a – no discolouration
Application: The product is used undiluted for medium heavy, chip forming operations on ferrous and non-ferrous materials.
Neat cutting oils are fluids usually based on mineral oils and used for cutting without further dilution i.e. as supplied by the manufacturer. They are generally blends of mineral oils and other additives.
Neat oils can be used for applications from light machining to heavy-duty operations such as gear hobbing, broaching, turning, honing and drilling.
- Advanced additive technology gives high extreme pressure (EP) lubricity properties and lowering production costs through extended tool life.
- Improved surface finish and increased cutting speeds leads to improvement of process efficiency
- Multi-metal machining using our superior additive technology provides opportunity for product consolidation
- Chlorine and heavy metal free formulation improves the environmental profile and reduces disposal costs
Neat cutting oils are used in a variety of machining operations e.g. grinding, turning, milling, broaching, drilling, tapping, gear cutting etc. primarily to provide cooling and lubrication which lead to good tool life and appropriate surface finish of the components being machined.
Neat cutting oils as opposed to soluble or synthetic cutting fluids provide high levels of lubrication to help reduce frictional heat as the cutting tool penetrates the metal or rubs against the swarf. Neat oils also save energy by reducing cutting force