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The superior solvency power of naphthenic oils, bring advantages to grease production, such as lower soap consumption and cooking temperatures, which translates in lower energy consumption, costs, and ultimately lower environmental impact.Read more about Base oils for lubricating greases
The main function of cutting or removal fluids (as they are also known), is that of cooling machine parts and tools. Additionally, removal fluids wash away metal chips, protect the workpiece from corrosion, and reduce friction.Read more about Base oils for metal cutting and removal fluids
Significant greater forces are necessary in forming than in cutting processes. Forming fluids can differ significantly, due to the wide variety of forming operations, going from neat oils, to water based fluids as well as pastes.Read more about Base oils for metal forming fluids
Naphthenic oils can be used as complementary fluids in the formulation of several industrial lubricants. Their high solvency power contributes not only to the dilution of additives in these formulations, but also once to dissolve deposits and debris once the lubricants are being used.Read more about Base oils for industrial lubricants
Metalworking Fluid Based on Naphthenic Oils: Straight Cut or Blend? (On demand)
Join Prof. Thomas Norrby to find out how the properties of Soluble and Semi-Synthetic MWF emulsions are influenced by the properties of the Naphthenic base oils employed. You will learn how different base oils can yield emulsions with very similar properties under a wide variety of chemistries and conditions. [As is published at STLE 2021]. Register here.