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  • Straight Oil (Non-soluble)
    Straight oils are non-emulsifiable and used in machining operations in an undiluted form. They are composed of base mineral or petroleum oils and often contain polar lubricants such as fats, vegetable oils, and esters as well as extreme pressure additives such as chlorine, sulfur, and phosphorus
  • Converting Oil to Quantalube 270
    When converting from a straight oil to a water soluble metalworking fluid, a cleanout of the tank is essential so that the fresh charge of metalworking fluid can perform with maximum efficiency. If not removed, accumulated shop waste, metal swarf, oil, mold growth, and pockets of bacteria cause
  • High Water Content Fluids (HWCF)
    with straight oils or emulsions with high levels of oil. HWCF fluids are used in hydraulic fluid applications where a flammable fluid leaking from a break would be likely to spray onto a hot surface and ignite. The high water content of HWCF also improves cooling performance. 
  • Metal Working Fluid
    Metal working fluids are straight oils, soluble oils, semi-synthetic, and synthetic fluids that facilitate a wide variety of operations involving the working or modification of metals by metal removal, forming, or heat treating processes. Metal removal fluids are used in machining or metal cutting
  • The push toward lifetime lubes
    for solvent refining and hydrocracking. A catalytic dewaxing step follows hydrocracking to convert waxy, straight-chain paraffins to branched-chain paraffins with lower pour points. (1) Remove sulfur, nitrogen, and oxygen impurities from crude oil. (2) Convert aromatic hydrocarbons to cycloparaffins
  • Mastering Linear Bushing: Linear Bushing and Other Linear Motion Products (.pdf)
    will be compared and explained as we master linear bushings. Part 2: Design - Bushing structure and features. Both straight and flanged busings follow similar structural design. The main advantage of Flanged Linear Bushings lie in its compact design.
  • Manufacture of Sweetened Condensed Milk
    to increase the solids to the desired level. Depending on the amount added, this can shorten or even eliminate the evaporation. Stage. These problems can be overcome by using a Silverson mixer. In most cases the sugar would be added straight into the vessel, being dispersed by a Silverson batch mixer
  • Heat Exchangers
    : the U-tube (or hairpin) type and the straight-tube type. Either type can have either a fixed or removable tube bundle. Removable bundles can be withdrawn from the shell as an assembly for maintenance, but fixed bundles must remain in the shell. A normal rule of thumb is that U-tube exchangers are best

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