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Cutting Oil, 55 gal, Drum
- Item # 12H250
- Mfr. Model # 10652
- UNSPSC # 15121502
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 445.0 lbs.
- Cutting Fluid Sub-CategoryCutting Oils
- ItemCutting Oil
- Fluid TypeBio based, Chlorine-Free
- Size55 gal.
- Container TypeDrum
- ColorLight Yellow
- FragranceFaint Vegetable Oil
- Specific Gravity1.0
- Flash Point590 Degrees F
- Viscosity40 cSt @ 40 Degrees C, 8.5 cSt @ 100 Degrees C
- ApplicationGeneral Purpose Cutting, Grinding, Milling, Tapping, Reaming, Gear Cutting, Broaching, Gun Drilling, Screw Machining, Sharpening High Speed Steel and Carbide Cutting Tools
- FeaturesMaximizes Feed Rates, Improves Productivity, Reduces Chip Weld, and Improves Centricity, Accuracy & Part Run-Out. Reduce Heat, Smoke and Misting, Non-staining, High Flash and Fire Points
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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