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  • Vegetable Coolant Boosts Grinding
    C.A. Picard Inc. wanted more production from their machines-and that's what they got. The Battle Creek, Mi. manufacturing company ordered six different coolants to be tested in an independent study. The result? Blaser's Vasco 1000 was selected as the new company coolant because of its significant
  • Non-Foaming and Low-Foaming Fluids
    Low-foaming and non-foaming fluids  produce only small amounts of foam, or do not produce foam at all. Non-foaming characteristics are achieved through the use of additives that break out entrained air. Leaks can introduce air into systems for circulating hydraulic fluid, thermal oil, or grinding
  • Water-soluble Fluids and Emulsion Fluids
    (i.e., metal cutting fluids and grinding coolants).
  • Optical Lens Cleaning
    and rejection of the finished product. Stacking wax and mounting pitch, cerium oxide residue, lacquers, glass fines, grinding coolant, fingerprints, and airborne dust and dirt particles can all accumulate on the optical surface at various stages, necessitating techniques throughout the manufacturing process
  • Give cylinder-rod contaminants the boot
    of material may work in an application, so the best option may not be obvious. First, consider the operating environment. Solid contaminants such as machining chips, abrasive grinding particles, or grit can cause mechanical abrasion and wear. Fluid contaminants such as coolants, washdown water, rain

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