Semi-synthetic Cutting Oils
Provides better lubrication for machining operation
Semi-synthetic oil provides better lubrication and extensive cooling for machining operation which form a white semi-transparent when mixed water. It contains extreme pressure additives and frictional modifier that offers extended tool life, improved surface finishing, reduce friction between the tool and the job, heat dissipation. The properties include: rust inhibition, ability to work with many metals, resist thermal breakdown, and environmental safety.
This type is very common and basically a combination of the soluble oils and synthetic fluids. Some people prefer the semi-synthetic ones due to their ability to combine the benefits of both mineral and synthetic cutting fluids. Besides, the heat transfer performance and cost of the semi-synthetic fluids falls between those of the soluble and synthetic fluids.
Here are the semi-synthetic cutting oils (emulsion cutting oils)：
|Model||Appearance||Density 15℃ g/cm3||Kinetic Viscosity 40℃ mm2/s||Place of Origin|
|Brown Slightly Cloudy||0.97||51||Japan|
Water Soluble cutting fluids are form an emulsion when added to water. These emulsifiable oils are mineral oil based concentrates, which contain emulsifiers that allow them to mix with water and form a milky white emulsion. They also contain additives to improve their lubricating properties, rust and corrosion inhibitors and a biocide to help control foul smell.
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