1/20/2012

Coolant Maximizes Performance, Minimizes Maintenance

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Rustlick’s Ultracut 380R coolant designed for machining and grinding applications in the aerospace, automotive, agriculture, energy and other industries.

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Available from ITW Rocol, Rustlick’s Ultracut 380R is a long-lasting, semi-synthetic coolant designed for machining and grinding applications in the aerospace, automotive, agriculture, energy and other industries.
 
The coolant resists microbials, such as bacteria and fungus, and features increased life compared to common coolants, the company says. It contains no dicyclohexamine (DCHA), chlorine, boron, phenol, nitrites, triazines, sulfur, copper, or SARA 313 reportable chemistry, the company says, and it can be recycled or disposed of with conventional techniques and equipment.
 

The coolant is available in 5- or 55-gallon containers. It is designed for ferrous and nonferrous metals, aluminum, titanium, brass, bronze, copper,and other high-nickel alloys.  

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