The water-miscible cooling lubricants of the Zubora range satisfy the highest demands in the machining sector, according to Zeller+Gmelin, while making viable contributions to a more efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly production. Zubora 65 H Ultra, for example, is described as a partially synthetic, water-miscible high-performance lubricant. To achieve the necessary qualities for this and the other lubricants, the manufacturers claim to have developed highly effective combinations that allow significantly higher tool longevity while still ensuring high cutting speeds. This is said to enable the lubricant to be used for even the most difficult machining processes. As a completely boron- and formaldehyde-free product, the product reportedly ensures high process reliability especially when machining steel, stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum and sensible aluminum alloys. As the exhibitors point out, emulsion life at the German engineering firm Bosch Rexroth has been sustainably extended through its deployment.
Water-miscible cooling lubricants for longer durability
Greater efficiency in the machining of modern materials is the promise held out by Zeller+Gmelin. The company is presenting high-performance cooling lubricants for difficult machining processes. Highlights include the latest innovations from its Multicut non-water-miscible and Zubora water-miscible cooling lubricant lines.