How Halocarbon Oils and Greases Mitigate Stainless Steel Galling
Chemical manufacturing processes often use stainless steel as a material of construction due to its resistance to a broad range of chemicals and to corrosion. Stainless steel is one of the most commonly used metals in the chemical manufacturing industry today, and is used in a wide range of applications, such as reactors, valves, process piping, water systems, and more.
Halocarbon Creates Multi-Tier Response Plan to Maintain Supply of Essential Products During COVID-19 Crisis
The spread of COVID-19 is continuing to overwhelm societies and shakeup businesses around the world. As these disruptions emerge at unprecedented rates and magnitudes, businesses are having to adapt and respond in an ever-changing global environment to de-risk supply chains, safely maintain operations, continue production, and ensure the availability of their products.
Traditional and Fluorinated Metalworking Fluids: A Brief Overview
What are Traditional Metalworking Fluids?
Metalworking fluids, also known as cutting fluids or coolants, are liquids used in metalworking operations such as cutting, abrading, and metal forming to reduce friction between the workpiece and the tool. Cutting fluids provide these processes with many benefits, including better surface finishes, longer tool life, lower energy consumption, enhanced precision, and better corrosion protection. Halocarbon offers an elite, niche class of metalworking fluids, formulated through years of expert specialization and breakthroughs in fluorochemistry (PCTFE).
What Dual and Tandem Mechanical Seal Systems Users Should Look for in Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids
Mechanical seal barrier fluids are lubricants specially formulated to provide safety and reliability in mechanical seals used in hazardous chemical operations. For over fifty years, Halocarbon Mechanical Seal Barrier Fluids remain at the forefront of the petroleum, natural gas, and chemical industries, lubricating and cooling the seal faces in rotary pumps, mixers, and agitators. Halocarbon’s market-leading, chemically inert fluids provide users with the ideal formulation to handle environmentally harmful solutions in a safe, dependable manner. Below are three integral attributes to look for in high-performance mechanical seal oils and barrier fluids.
Halocarbon Oil and Grease Cross-References to Other PCTFE-based Lubricants
For over 65 years, Halocarbon has been a leading producer of fluorinated oils, greases, and waxes designed to withstand the chemically harsh environments of a broad range of industries. To ensure the safety of its consumers while still providing reliability, Halocarbon has designed its fluorinated lubricants to be chemically inert, nonflammable, with high thermal stability, good lubricity, high dielectric strength and a variety of viscosities, densities, and NLGI grades.
Benefits of Halocarbon 0.8 Oil for Calibration Baths
The calibration of thermometric sensors is essential to maintaining operations in a broad range of industries. From the chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing to automotive and aerospace applications, thermometric sensors require routine and precise calibration. When cryogenic temperatures are required for calibration, Halocarbon 0.8 Oil is the industry standard calibration bath fluid.
Characteristics of Cryogenic Calibration Bath Fluids
Advanced cryogenic baths used to calibrate temperature probes require high-performance fluids with unsurpassed stability, reliability, and usability at extremely low temperatures. Additionally, these fluids must provide precise, repeatable performance to match the demanding requirements of high-tech industries using cryogenic temperature probes.
July 1 Price Increase – Life Sciences
To whom it may concern,
Due to continued increases in the cost of key raw materials and logistics, and other market forces, Halocarbon (Halocarbon) will be increasing the price of its fluoroproducts by ten percent (10%) effective July 1, 2019. This increase applies to Halocarbon’s Trifluoro and Hexafluoro products.
Applications for Refractory Metal Metalworking Fluids
Metalworking fluids for refractory metal operations are engineered synthetic fluids specially formulated to enhance and extend tool life by removing destructive friction at the contact point between the tool and the workpiece promoting improved surface finishes. Halocarbon designs their assortment of sophisticated lubricants with unique PCTFE-based technology to give each refractory metal fluid intrinsically nonflammable and nonreactive properties. Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids provide a safe and reliable solution for effective machining and optimal workability in multiple applications.
Halocarbon Hires David Canitz as Technical Service Engineer
25-year specialist in synthetic lubricants and specialist in mechanical engineering
Halocarbon, a leading producer of high-quality fluorochemicals and inhalation anesthetics, announces that David Canitz has joined the Engineered Fluids division as a Technical Service Engineer.
Canitz brings over 25 years of experience in synthetic lubricants to this position. His knowledge of rotating equipment systems and technique in facilitating valuable distributor and customer relationships present the company with an invaluable advantage going forward.