Developed for a broad range of materials, Rhenus TU 43 P is a true all-rounder, helping users find the optimal balance between service life, process safety and machining time, specially tailored to highly challenging machining in the aviation industry. In concrete terms, it enables high cutting and feed rates with optimal cooling and improved tool quality.

Says Daniele Kleinmann, director of product management for coolants at Rhenus Lub. “When Inconel is turned, the service life of the carbide inserts used was increased by 50%, resulting in a significant reduction in tooling costs.”

Adding to the coolant’s cost-effectiveness is its low additive concentration: levels below 2% are quite common. Furthermore, users benefit from its very stable emulsion service life of more than one year. The numerous aviation approvals for Rhenus TU 43 P act as an important assurance for suppliers to the aviation industry.

Besides being used in aviation, Rhenus TU 43 P also delivers in other sectors, when it comes to process optimisation, wherever grinding, turning, drilling, milling or thread machining of steel, stainless steel, aluminium or titanium is undertaken. For example, Rhenus TU 43 P optimises machining operations in the automotive, mechanical engineering and steel machining industries.

Environmental protection and occupational safety have also been taken into account. “Rhenus TU 43 P does not contain any components from the SVHC list, has good skin compatibility and is easy to handle, thanks to its water hazard class 1,” says J?rg Kummerow, head of global customer development at Rhenus Lub.