Product guide: Trim range of metalworking fluids from Master Chemical
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Trim product guide
This four-page product guide from Master Chemical focuses on the Trim range of metalworking fluids. It provides a quick reference to the most frequently specified formulations and guides the reader through the top synthetics, semi-synthetics, oils and emulsions. The guide also quantifies the mineral oil, extreme pressure and polar additives content of each product.
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Master Chemical has revealed that a British manufacturer of aircraft parts has improved production efficiency and increased sump life through the use of metalworking fluids such as Trim E708 soluble oil and Trim OG223 heavy-duty neat oil.
Semi-synthetic metalworking fluids from Master Chemical are suitable for use during the processing of difficult-to-machine materials. The company said that its products — including Trim SC617 and Trim SC516 — combine the cooling and lubricity benefits of synthetic metalworking fluids with the excellent residue characteristics of emulsions.
This four-page brochure from Master Chemical focuses on cutting, grinding and cleaning fluids for the global aerospace industry. The publication highlights four aerospace metalworking fluids from the company’s Trim range and provides application examples.
Master Chemical’s Trim E950 metalworking fluid has enabled a Norwegian automotive manufacturer to save costs and improve productivity, as well as solve the issue of poor tool life.
Boric acid has long been used in metalworking fluids as a corrosion inhibitor and biostatic agent. However, due to its addition to the ‘substances of very high concern’ list, companies are beginning to move away from fluids containing this product. Alternative technology, however, has drawbacks in the form of expense and instability. In this technical article, Master Chemical reveals that it has achieved good performance from its boron-free and formaldehyde donor biocide-free coolant ...