Semi-Synthetic Coolant offers lubricity and rust protection.

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Rustlick® Ultracut 370R can be used for both machining and grinding. Heavy-duty coolant is formulated for wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. It provides long sump life due to biostability and rust protection. Coolant is available in 5 and 55 gal containers.



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Rustlick Ultracut 370R


New Biostable Semi-Synthetic Coolant

February 14, 2002 - ITW Fluid Products Group, Inc., Glenview, Illinois, is launching a new semi-synthetic coolant that offers very high lubricity and rust protection. The versatility of Rustlick® Ultracut 370R allows it to be used for both machining and grinding. Machine shops can now consolidate their metalworking fluids to one universal coolant.

Rustlick® Ultracut 370R is a heavy-duty semi-synthetic coolant formulated to provide optimum performance for a wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Its high level of rust protection makes it ideal for cast iron. Rustlick® Ultracut 370R provides a long sump life due to exceptional biostability and rust protection.

Rustlick(R) Ultracut 370R is available in 5 and 55 gallon containers.

A division of Illinois Tool Works, ITW Fluid Products Group is a leading supplier of high-performance coolants and environmentally safe lubricants. Accu-Lube® brand products include metalworking lubricants and related application equipment. Rustlick® brand coolant management products include machining fluids, EDM fluids, and corrosion control and sump maintenance systems. SafeTap® offers a wide range of environmentally compatible tapping fluids.

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