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- Cutting Fluid Sub-CategoryCoolants
- ItemSemi-Synthetic Coolant
- Fluid TypeSC410, Chlorine-Free, Chlorine Free, Vegetable Derived, Ester Lubricants, no nitrites, sulfonates, Alkylphenol Ethoxylates, or phenols
- Size1 gal.
- Container TypeAerosol
- ColorYellow, Orange
- FragranceMild Odor
- Specific Gravity1.0
- pH Value8.8 to 9.2 (Operating), 9.8 to 10.0 (Concentrate)
- ApplicationModerate Duty Machining and Grinding Of Both Ferrous, Non-Ferrous and Non Metallic Materials
- FeaturesBased On Our Exclusive Ester Lubricant Technology, Contains No Mineral (Petroleum) Oil, Low Foam, Will Provide Superior Sump Life and Corrosion Inhibition For Long Periods Of Time Without Adds, Prevents Chip "Clinkering" and "Hot" Chip Hoppers When Machining Cast Iron, Very Low Carry off, Delivering Low Operating Costs
- StandardsPRTR Compliant and No SARA 313 Reportable Chemistry
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