Metalworking Fluid


Often referred to as coolant or cutting fluid, is a type of liquid used in machining and metalworking processes to cool, lubricate, and improve the cutting performance of tools. When it's labeled as "soluble," it means that the fluid can be mixed with water to form a stable and homogeneous solution, which is crucial for its effective application in various metalworking operations


Indicates that it doesn't easily mix with water to form a stable solution. Instead, it tends to separate or remain in distinct phases when mixed with water. Non-soluble metalworking fluids are often used in operations where water isn't compatible or effective, such as cutting, grinding, or machining applications that require specialized lubrication and cooling properties.