Metalworking Fluids for Better Surface Finish
These fluids serve as lubricants at the interface between a workpiece and the tool being used in its machining, reducing friction and preventing the adherence of the metal to the cutting tool. By reducing friction, the turning speeds and feeds of the tools are increased, and the tool life is extended. Not only do Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids reduce wear and protect the surface finish, but they also reduce the risk of chips and debris from collecting on the cutting tool.
Metalworking Fluids for Tantalum and Tungsten Parts and the Drawing of Tantalum Wire
Another unique benefit of Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids is the possibility of extremely fine surface finishes for the processing of refractory metals, including tantalum and tungsten parts and in the drawing of tantalum wire. The application of these fluids allows for much cleaner cuts than allowed by standard lubricant technology.
Metalworking Fluids for More Precise Processing
Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids help decrease the generation of heat in the contact point of the workpiece and the tool by reducing the presence of friction and remove the presence of heat with their cooling effect. In doing so, these synthetic fluids stabilize the temperature of the workpiece and therefore provide stronger control over its shape and size. More precise processing is also achieved with Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids by their ability to reduce tool wear and breakdown in addition to preventing the formation of buildup on the surface.
Metalworking Fluids to Reduce Production Costs
Tools experience wear and tear, leading to shortened lifetimes and requiring replacement and additional expense. By extending tool life, Halocarbon Metalworking Fluids extend tool processing time to minimize the need for replacement while also increasing production capacity. Additionally, these synthetic fluids reduce production time per piece and save capital by allowing for higher quality cutting, stamping, and drawing with minimal rejects.