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11/19/2003

Synthetic Coolant Concentrate

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The Crystal Cut 465 contains a new chain link synthetic technology which is said to provide a variety of physical and chemical protection over a broad range of conditions. It also said to contain time-tested technology combined with molecularly modified components resulting in good lubricity and corrosion protection without compromise to health, safety and environmental concerns. The highlights of this product are said to be its corrosion protection, increase of tool life and improvement of surface quality, long sum life and low foam in high-pressure applications.
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