Chemicals & Gases

Heat Transfer Fluids use only new, virgin glycol.

Available in both ethylene and propylene, Glycol Heat Transfer Fluids are recommended for use in all closed primary and secondary heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems. Fully inhibited glycol-based solutions are designed for applications where no incidental contact with humans, food, or beverage products could occur. Inhibitor package is scientifically formulated of new, food grade...

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Additive-Enhanced Oil supports honing, super finishing operations.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Additive-Enhanced Oil supports honing, super finishing operations.

Champion Professional Grade Honing Oil (Part No. 4242) consists of base fluids and additives. Anti-oxidant protection and low-odor, extreme-pressure additives promote performance for honing ferrous alloys, provide corrosion protection, and are safe for use with yellow-metals, while low-viscosity, chlorine-free neat oil containing synthetic ester lubricity additive promotes surface finish quality...

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Chemicals & Gases

Chlorine-Free Emulsion delivers optimized surface finish.

Delivering optimized lubricity, TRIM® E925 handles difficult machining operations, even in most demanding materials used in aerospace manufacturing, including titanium and aluminum alloys, exotics, stainless, and high tensile-strength steels. Multi alloy coolant provides stain and corrosion resistance and leaves soft residual film to protect machine tools and chucks. In addition, product...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Semisynthetic Coolant meets aerospace specifications.

Free of chlorine, triazine, formaldehyde releasers, phenols, boron, DCHA, and secondary amines, TRIM® MicroSol® 590XT Microemulsion Coolant protects and prevents corrosion on sensitive alloys, including aerospace and nuclear materials. Non-staining, environmentally friendly product optimizes sump life and tooling; is low foaming for demanding high-pressure, high volume applications; and...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

ANDEROL

PHILADELPHIA,  - Anderol Specialty Lubricants, a division of Chemtura Corporation, is pleased to announce that the ANDEROL® 5000 PLUS EP Synthetic Gear Oil product series, which is designed for gear applications requiring high micro pitting resistance and protection under extreme conditions, is the first product to receive approval from General Electric (GE) for use in Off-Highway Vehicle...

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Health, Medical, & Dental Supplies and Equipment

New Improved Package for P-80 1 Pint Containers

Burlington, New Jersey, USA – International Products Corporation (IPC) is pleased to announce the debut of a new metric container and updated package design for the pint size of P-80® Emulsion temporary rubber assembly lubricant. A new 475 mL bottle will replace the 1 pint container; it will be available in cases of 6 and 12. For those wishing to utilize a sprayer with the new bottle, a case...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Metal Removal Fluids work with diverse array of materials.

QUAKERCOOL® 700, intended for ferrous machining, and QUAKERCOOL® 7000 Series, suited for aluminum and multi-metal machining, include 6 formulations to meet needs of automotive/heavy equipment manufacturers and components producers. Reducing use of hazardous materials, low-mist and -odor formulations offer emulsion characteristics that directly influence plant metrics by reducing chemical...

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Synthetic Grease protects food processing equipment.
Lubricants

Synthetic Grease protects food processing equipment.

NSF H1-registered for incidental food contact, H1 Quincal™ Syn FG Grease (4070-4072) comes in NLGI grades 0, 1, and 2 and is certified Kosher Pareve. Synthetic base fluid consists of calcium sulfonate complex thickener, which provides rust/corrosion prevention capabilities, and Quinplex impact-resistant additive. Formula promotes dropping point, pressure characteristics, and mechanical...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Introducing New Smart Polymer(TM) Technology for the Die Casting Industry

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. – Uneven die protection caused by temperature variation on the die surface has been a constant challenge in the die casting industry. Temperature variation is caused by the variability in die size, design, complexity, flow of alloy through the die, and heat profile of each system. Traditional die lubricants, unable to adapt to the disparity in die temperatures, can be good at...

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