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2/21/2014

Grinding Fluid’s Molecular Structure Minimizes Heat Build-Up

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SintoGrind 353 gear-grinding fluid from oelheld is formulated from pure synthetic base stocks for demanding grinding tasks and is designed to handle hardened steels in excess of 65 Rc.

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SintoGrind 353 gear-grinding fluid from oelheld is formulated from pure synthetic base stocks for demanding grinding tasks and is designed to handle hardened steels in excess of 65 Rc. Its lubricity is said to extend wheel life while minimizing heat build-up for increased productivity, and fewer surface cracks and burns.

The lubricant consists of molecules saturated with a higher percentage of carbon-hydrogen bonds, leaving fewer sights for other, harmful molecules to attach and attack the molecular composition of the oil. According to the company, the uniform molecular structure provides improved friction-reduction, maximum film strength, limited air entrainment, a low evaporation rate and better performance in extreme temperatures. The fluid contains no hazardous elements and exhibits stable viscosity at a range of temperatures, the company says.

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