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Neutral-Odor Coolant Can Be Used with Various Materials

IMTS 2018: With a neutral pH and good rinse behavior, Blaser Swisslube’s Synergy 735 coolant is a water-miscible, oil-free metalworking fluid that contributes to easy-to-clean surfaces.
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Designed with a neutral pH and good rinse behavior, Blaser Swisslube’s Synergy 735 coolant is a water-miscible, oil-free metalworking fluid that contributes to easy-to-clean surfaces. The coolant has a neutral odor, good skin compatibility and offers a clear view of the machining process, the company says. It can be used with in a variety of materials including titanium and aluminum alloys, steel and stainless steel, copper alloys and composites.

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