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Cutting Oil, 1 gal, Can
- Item # 5EGD5
- Mfr. Model # 68014
- UNSPSC # 15121502
- Catalog Page # 1055
- Shipping Weight 8.5 lbs.
- Cutting Fluid Sub-CategoryCutting Oils
- ItemSynthetic Cutting Oil
- Fluid TypeChlorine-Free
- Size1 gal.
- Container TypeCan
- ColorTranslucent Green
- Specific Gravity1.0
- pH Value7.8 to 8.2
- Viscosity60 SUS
- ApplicationBand and Circular Sawing, Drilling, Tapping, Milling, Grinding
- FeaturesNo Sulphur, Silicone and Non Carcinogenic
- StandardsNo Chlorine, Sulphur, Silicone And Non Carcinogenic
- Green Environmental AttributeReadily Biodegradable Per OECD or ASTM Standards
- Green Certification or Other RecognitionBiodegradable Products Institute Certified
Compliance and Restrictions
Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is Biodegradable Products Institute Certified.
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