| Cimcool reported its new hybrid formula can be used to form tap most aluminums, has excellent drawability, and can be considered for recirculating systems. |
Cimcool Fluid Technology reports it has created CimTech 609®, a hybrid solution for grinding and machining that it reports achieves excellent performance in both applications. Designed for moderate to heavy-duty operations, the developer calls CimTech 609 “an ideal metalworking fluid concentrate for most aluminum alloys, titanium, exotic alloys, cast iron, carbon steels, high-speed steel, high-alloy steels, and stainless steels. It noted, too, that the formula is applicable for some stamping and drawing operations.
Cimcool Fluid Technology is an ISO 14001- and ISO 9001-certified developer and supplier of technologically advanced fluids available for use in various industrial operations. All of its products are backed by a “no-hassle” performance guarantee and free trial assurance.
Cimcool indicated that CimTech 609 offers “excellent“ lubricity with a grinding ratio that exceeds that of most chlorinated soluble oils, without using chlorinated extreme pressure additives. It is proven for bearing, valve stem and other difficult grinding operations with close-tolerance requirements.
The developer also said the new formula can be used to form tap most aluminums, has excellent drawability, and (thanks to its biological protection) can be considered for use in recirculating systems. Among the numerous benefits of CimTech 609 Cimcool listed excellent cleanliness; minimal residue; and excellent microbial control for long sump life. Specialized corrosion inhibitors make it possible to use the solution with ferrous and most non-ferrous applications, and it is compatible with titanium and other exotic alloys.
Finally, the supplier explained that CimTech 609 also operator friendly, with no smoke, low misting, and no slippery film on parts, machinery, or the shop floor.