Liquid Coolant, Base Oil : Synthetic, 1 gal. Jug
- Item # 3EAW5
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # C115/1
- Catalog Page # 2460
- UNSPSC # 15121502
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- Cutting Fluid Sub-Category Coolants
- Item Coolant
- Fluid Properties Low Foam
- Container Size 1 gal.
- Container Style Jug
- Color Pale Yellow
- Fragrance Mild Odor, Low Odor
- Specific Gravity 1.0
- pH Value 8.8 to 9.6 (Operating), 9.6 to 9.8 (Concentrate)
- Flash Point Greater than 219 Degrees F
- Application Cooling And Chip Settling, Works Cast Iron And Mild Steels, Plastics, And On Most Glass, Ceramic, And Composite Grinding Applications
- Features Excellent Corrosion Inhibition On Most Common Ferrous And Nonferrous Alloys, Extremely Low Carry Off Keeps Operating Costs Down, Good Tramp Oil Rejection Leaves A Protective Film On The Machine Tool, Low Foam, Low Mist
- Physical Form Liquid
- Base Oil Synthetic
- Series C115
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