Cutting Oil features vegetable-based formula.

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Derived from renewable raw materials, Vascomill 22 generates minimal mist, vapor, or smoke during use in CNC machinery performing operations with tough materials such as stainless steels, titanium, high-temperature alloys, and beryllium copper. Formula helps extend tool life and lubricity while promoting skin compatibility for operators. While universal for most operations and materials, oil can also be used in medical industry applications.

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Blaser Swisslube Announces Vascomill 22 Vegetable Cutting Oil

GOSHEN, N.Y. - Blaser Swisslube Inc., premier supplier of world-class, Swiss-quality metalworking fluids, announces Vascomill 22 cutting oil. Vascomill 22 straight vegetable-based oil is universal for most operations and materials and offers superior cutting performance and lubricating properties in metal removal operations from low to high cutting speeds. Vascomill 22 was specially designed to achieve first-rate performance on tough materials when end users need exceptional surface finish, tool life and lubricity. These properties make Vascomill 22 ideal for medical industry applications as well. Vascomill 22 provides the ultimate in cutting performance for CNC machinery, including Swiss-automatic lathes and in operations machining tough materials such as stainless steels, titanium, high temperature alloys and beryllium copper. The flash point for Vascomill 22 is very high for the viscosity, and the product generates minimal mist, vapor or smoke formation during use. Vascomill 22 ensures better skin compatibility for operators compared to mineral oil-based products with large amounts of additives. Vascomill 22 is derived from renewable raw materials. Founded in 1936, Blaser Swisslube Inc. has created lubrication solutions for 70 years. Blaser metal working fluids are recognized world wide for dependability in improving tool life, production and part quality while reducing overall production costs. Blaser products are developed by a team of researchers at the Blaser headquarters in Switzerland, and U.S. production is based in Goshen, N.Y. For more information about Blaser please visit

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