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10/6/2004

Ecological Lubricant

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The company says that Dry-Cut minimum quantity lubricant was developed to improve the work environment.

 

The lubricant is designed for use in metalcutting and forming applications on virtually all materials. According to the company, the biodegradable lubricant increases production and tool life, while reducing flood coolant and disposal expenses.

 

 

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