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Cutting Oil, 16 oz, Squeeze Bottle
- Item # 2F021
- Mfr. Model # 40320
- UNSPSC # 15121502
- Catalog Page # 3473
- Shipping Weight 1.1 lbs.
- Cutting Fluid Sub-CategoryCutting Oils
- ItemCutting Oil
- Size16 oz.
- Container TypeSqueeze Bottle
- Specific Gravity1.0
- Flash Point300 Degrees F
- ViscosityLess Than 100 cSt
- ApplicationBoring, Broaching, Drilling, Engraving, Facing, Milling, Reaming, Sawing, Tapping, Threading, Turning
- FeaturesGreat for all metals including aluminum; Increases tool life and improves surface finish; Requires less product usage than traditional cutting fluids; Does not contain chlorinated solvents or chlorinated paraffin's; Reduces cutting torque and improves cutting efficiency; Does not contain water, solvents, or inactive fillers; Excellent for tapping applications
- StandardsBoeing BAC 5008
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