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Grinding Oil Improves Surface Quality

Blasogrind HC 5 from Blaser Swisslube is a high-performance grinding oil based on synthetic oil (hydro-racked oil). Applications include precision tool grinding, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, fine profile grinding and lapping. Materials include steel; hardening and tempering steels; high speed steel; hard alloy; stainless steel; and carbide.
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Blasogrind HC 5 from Blaser Swisslube is a high-performance grinding oil based on synthetic oil (hydro-racked oil). Applications include precision tool grinding, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, fine profile grinding and lapping. Materials include steel; hardening and tempering steels; high speed steel; hard alloy; stainless steel; and carbide. 

The oil is said to have excellent wetting and rinsing behavior, which improves surface quality and grinding wheel life. Compared to mineral oils, it has a high flash point and reduced emissions, the company says. The oil is suitable for grinding of tungsten carbide without cobalt leaching.

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