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Cutting Oil, 1 gal, Can
- Item # 3EAZ1
- Mfr. Model # MicroSol 685\4G
- UNSPSC # 15121502
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 9.1 lbs.
- Cutting Fluid Sub-Category Cutting Oils
- Item Semi-Synthetic Cutting Oil
- Fluid Type MircoSol 685, No Nitrites, Triazines, Phenols or Sulfurized EP Additives
- Size 1 gal.
- Container Type Can
- Color Amber
- Fragrance Mild Odor
- Specific Gravity 1.0
- pH Value 9.5 to 10.0 (Operating), 9.5 to 10.5 (Concentrate)
- Flash Point Greater than 204 Degrees F
- Application Machining on High Silica Aluminum Alloys, Magnesium and Copper Alloys, Cast Iron, Steels, Stainless Steels and Many Plastics and Composites
- Features Excellent Alternative to Chlorinated Soluble Oils On High-Silica Aluminum Alloys, Reduces Oil Mist and Residues Often Associated With High-Lubricity Alternatives, Provides Superior Corrosion Inhibition On All Ferrous and Nonferrous Metals, Forms Stable Microemulsion In Hard Water Environments
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