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3/5/2019

Clear Metalworking Fluid Engineered for Easier Part Cleaning

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Eastec 2019: Synergy 735 metalworking fluid from Blaser Swisslube is crystal-clear, water-miscible and oil-free, engineered to leave spotless surfaces that are easier to clean.

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Synergy 735 metalworking fluid from Blaser Swisslube is crystal-clear, water-miscible and oil-free, engineered to leave spotless surfaces that are easier to clean. Said to be gentle on people and the environment, the coolant has a neutral odor and provides a clear view of the machining process.

By analyzing the customer’s entire production process and selecting the most suitable metalworking fluid, Blaser Swisslube says its coolant can positively influence tool wear, cutting speed, surface quality and sump life as well as soft factors such as odor and human and environmental sustainability. 

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