Metalworking Lubricant suits food and medical applications.

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Safe for use on all metals, Accu-Lube LB-2000FM helps extend tool life by providing lubricity to cutting edge. Natural, environmentally safe metalworking oil has nontoxic and biodegradable formula and is consumed in cutting process, minimizing clean up and disposal. In addition to being suited for sawing of solids up to 6 in. dia, as well as tubing of almost any size, product suits medical applications requiring small diameter machining, drilling, and tapping.



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Accu-Lube LB-2000FM



Environmentally Safe Metalworking Lubricant for Food and Medical Applications

Glenview, IL - April 25, 2007 - ITW ROCOL North America launches Accu-Lube LB-2000FM, a unique metalworking lubricant specifically designed to meet the needs of the Food and Medical Industry.

Accu-Lube LB-2000FM is a natural, environmentally safe metalworking oil recommended for use in Medical applications requiring machining, drilling, and tapping small diameter. It is also excellent for sawing of solids up to 6" in diameter as well as tubing almost any size.

Accu-Lube LB-2000FM's unique, natural-based formula provides the highest level of lubricity to the cutting edge of any tool. Since it is consumed in the cutting process, the need for clean up and disposal are virtually eliminated. Some of the other benefits of Accu-Lube LB-2000FM are:
· Environmentally friendly, non-toxic and biodegradable for safer working conditions
· Eliminates flood coolant and enables long term cost savings
· Provides longer tool life. Safe for use on all metals
· Available in 1 and 55 gallons containers.
· Meets guidelines specified by the FDA in 21 CFR 178.3570 for incidental food contact

ITW ROCOL North America designs and manufactures a full line of coolants and lubricants for the metalworking industry including the Accu-Lube product line of environmentally safe lubricants and equipment for Near-Dry Machining.

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