HOUGHTO-DRAW® 7060, a non-chlorinated, non-sul phurized biostable soluble oil type metal forming lubricant, was recommended. Quaker Houghton worked with maintenance personnel and conducted a trial for the metal spinning operation utilizing approximately 10% HOUGHTO-DRAW® 7060.
Quaker Houghton reviewed the operations at the lumber producer and recommended BIOSAFE CON 46/68 W, a high-performance conveyor oil, based on the following
BINOL BAND 20 is a safe and environmentally acceptable, non-emulsifying cleaning oil manufactured from rapeseed oil based synthetic esters designed for cleaning and lubricating applications of band saws, circular saws and molding equipment in sawmills. The product has been tested against different elastomers and paints used by the leading manufacturers.
HOUGHTO-DRAW® 7060, a non-chlorinated, non-sulphur¬ized biostable soluble oil type metal forming lubricant, was recommended. Quaker Houghton worked with maintenance personnel and conducted a trial for the metal spinning operation utilizing approximately 10% HOUGHTO-DRAW® 7060. After a successful trial, the metal spinning company has now converted their central system to HOUGHTO-DRAW® 7060.
Excellent resistance to water washout, high load carrying capacity,high temperature stability and very good corrosion protection
As specialists in offshore lubricants, Quaker Houghton delivers superior technical service in support of our customized, high performance products. Our team of experts work closely with clients to evaluate their fluid performance needs in mission and safety critical equipment; this, to enhance operational performance and economics, thus preparing them for the ever-tougher challenges ahead. Composition and consistency of performance in lubrication, corrosion mitigation, biostability, safety and environmental compliance are
As the name implies, the padded reamer differs from a fluted reamer in that the padded reamer has a cutting surface and guide pads that ride on the diameter of the hole to put pressure on the cutting surface which generates the hole size and geometry. The guide pads also act as a burnishing tool to help provide a smooth surface finish. Since the pad forces are “riding” on the inside surface of the hole, significant lubrication is necessary in padded reamer operations to eliminate scratches on the hole surface and maintain the required surface finish.