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.
Metalworking fluids professionals are invited to learn more about chemistries that improve process efficiencies at ISP’s new web site, www.ispmetal.com. Featuring detailed information about the company’s portfolio of biocides, polymers, solvents and other products for metal cleaning, cutting and quenching, the site provides insight into advanced technologies used in metalworking fluids.
The Partners in THINC family is getting larger with the addition of Quaker Chemical Corporation as a member. CNC machine tool manufacturer, Okuma America Corporation, is pleased to add this developer of metalworking fluids and services to the Partners in THINC team in an effort to provide manufacturers with better process and technology solutions.
Join Dr. Fred Passman for this informative webinar, scheduled for July 20, 2011 from noon to 1:00 p.m. (CDT) with an optional Q&A session immediately following. There is limited space available, so register soon for the Webinar to ensure your participation. The registration deadline is Monday, July 18, 2011.