Coolant is a type of cutting fluid/lubricant that’s designed specifically for metalworking processes such as bar marking machines. There are numerous kinds of cutting fluids all of which can include oils, oil-water emulsions, pastes, gels, aerosols, air and/or other gases. They can be made up of petroleum distillates, animal fats, plant oils, water, and other raw ingredients.
Coolant tends to be overlooked as a major part of any machining operation. Two vital parts of machining success and shop efficiency is the type used and the pressure at which it’s applied. Coolant can be delivered in a number of different ways such as compressed air, mist, in a flooding property, or as high pressure. Some machines are actually capable of a Minimum Quantity Lubricant system, which allows the restriction of lubricant being applied to the very amount necessary to avoid any being wasted.
Reduced misting and foaming.
Easily separated from work and/or chips.
Good settling and cleaning properties.
Makes maintenance easier.
Longer service life.
Helps prevent rust on machine parts and cutters.
Maximize cutting tip life.
Reduces tip welding.
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