4/9/2009

Synergistic System Works to Maximize Performance and Fluid Life

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 The company has launched a range of products that are designed to improve efficiency and reduce costs. When used together, the products in this synergistic system work to maximize metalworking fluid life and performance, the company says. The system consists of cutting fluids that have been carefully formulated to resist bacteria and fungus growth.

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The company has launched a range of products that are designed to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

When used together, the products in this synergistic system work to maximize metalworking fluid life and performance, the company says.

The system consists of cutting fluids that have been carefully formulated to resist bacteria and fungus growth. TRI-Logic ML is a multi-purpose, water-soluble oil for general applications; TRI-Logic EP is a water-soluble oil with EP additives for difficult operations and materials; and TRI-Logic AL is a heavy-duty water-soluble oil for machining aluminum.

TRI-Logic VG68 is a slideway lubricant with special additives that are said to prevent bacteria and fungus growth. This extends cutting fluid life and actively reinforces the anti-microbial properties of the cutting fluid.

TRI-Logic RTD is a heavy-duty fluid for reaming, tapping and drilling. It emulsifies into the cutting fluid and fortifies the extreme pressure cutting properties leading to enhanced tool life and surface finish.

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