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- Cutting Fluid Sub-CategoryCoolants
- ItemSoluble Coolant
- Fluid TypeWS-5050
- Size1 gal.
- Container TypeJug
- FragranceMild Odor
- Specific Gravity1.0
- pH Value9.5
- Flash PointGreater than 200 Degrees F
- ApplicationProvides Rust Protection For Machine and Parts, Provides Lubrication at Extreme Pressures and Temperatures, Not Recommended for Titanium
- FeaturesMultipurpose, Versatile
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