Types of Cutting Fluid (Razor Coolant)

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Types of Cutting Fluid (Razor Coolant)

Cutting fluid is a type of coolant and lubricant designed specifically for metalworking processes, such as machining and stamping. Most metalworking and machining processes can benefit from the use of cutting fluid, depending on workpiece material. Depending on context and on which type of cutting fluid is being considered, it may be referred to as cutting fluid, cutting oil, cutting compound, coolant, or lubricant. PT. Persada Silver offers various type of cutting fluids or razor coolant based on forming, water, and oil. There are semi synthetic , mineral/emulsifiable, full synthetic, and neat cutting oil. There is also drawing / forming oil which is designed for use on severe duty drawing, forming, stamping and blanking operations in extremely hot and humid environment.

Semi synthetic cutting oil is a biostatic coolant with a unique combination of lubricity additives, rust preventive chemicals, wetting agents and boundary lubricants resulting in a biostatic metal working coolant. Emulsifiable cutting oil, or known as “Soluble Oil”, is a blend of highly refined paraffinic base oil and additives to keep the good emulsion stability. Full synthetic cutting oil is formulated using leading chemical technologies and qualified raw materials to provide the best machining and grinding process on all metal, plastic, glass and composites. Neat cutting oil is a high performance cutting oils containing carefully selected and balanced combination of several extreme pressure additives. It is blended with the best quality hydro -cracked base oils.

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