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New Technology Coolants Put to The Test. Tech Cool 35052 Comes Out on Top


All major brands of coolant put to the test at by a major aircraft manufacturer.
CHEMETALL: NALCO – TECH COOL – GARDOCOOL, BLASER SWISSLUBE, QUALICHEM and others. All claiming to be the next generation metal cutting fluid. Below is just one example of the test setup, parameters, matrix and the data. Tech Cool 35052 came out on top of them all.

Goal: Find A Coolant That Meets All of These Qualifications
  • Longer Sump Life
  • Reduced MWF consumption
  • Reduced Tooling Costs
  • Clean Operation
  • Reduced Maintenance and Down Time
  • Lower End Use Cost
  • Better Operator Acceptance
  • Easier Chip Handling (Chips are dry)
  • No Smoking
  • No Misting
  • Low or No foaming
  • Improved Health and Safety
  • Waste Reduction
Tech Cool 35052 and Tech Cool 35052CF both meet all of the qualifications above.

Coolant Qualification Process Successful Example – A3250 Small Aluminum Block Cell (4) Mazak VariAxis 5 Mills – Flexible Machining Cell* Each Machine holds 100 Gallons of mixed coolant 27 tools in tooling package: $4,240 initial purchase cost Stable production package – 777 & 737 Only Change in 6 month time periods was coolant

June 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008 Coolant: Blaser Blascocut 2000
CF 12:1 coolant mixture (8%) 6 month usage cost**

Tools: Coolant: Water: Foam Ban: Total:

$11,353.73 $5,875.23 $239.65 $752.25 $18,220.86

January 1, 2009 to June 30, 2009 Coolant: Chemetall Tech Cool 35052 15:1 coolant mixture (6.5%) 6 month usage cost**

Tools: Coolant: Water: Foam Ban: Total:

$7,493.46 $2,291.34 $112.58 $0.00 $9,837.98

34% decrease 61% decrease 53% decrease 100% decrease 46% decrease

*Each machine has identical tool package and can machine any part from cell group **Does not include initial tool cost or initial coolant charge cost, only tools and coolant consumed Copyright 2009 [major aircraft manufacturer], All rights reserved.