Liquid Cutting Oil, Base Oil : Vegetable Oil, 5 gal. Pail
- Item # 3EAX9
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # MQL1000/5
- Catalog Page # 2456
- UNSPSC # 15121502
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- Cutting Fluid Sub-Category Cutting Oils
- Item Cutting Oil
- Fluid Properties Chlorine Free,Sulfur Free
- Container Size 5 gal.
- Container Style Pail
- Color Yellow
- Fragrance Mild Odor
- Specific Gravity 1.0
- Flash Point 385 Degrees F
- Viscosity 63.3 SUS @ 210 Degrees F, 347 SUS @ 100 Degrees F
- Application All Micro Lube and Micro Mist Systems Sawing, Drilling, Tapping, Reaming and Milling, Also Situations Where It Is Impractical To Use A Micro Lubrication Applicator Mql1000 May Be Manually Applied To The Tool Or The Work Piece
- Features Environmentally Friendly, Renewable Resource Based, Promotes Superior Finish And Tool Life And Is Compatible With All Materials, Very High Levels Of Lubricity With Even, Minimum Quantities Of Material At The Point Of Cut For High Material Removal Rates
- Physical Form Liquid
- Base Oil Vegetable Oil
- Series MQL1000
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 3EAY1TRIM
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