Developed in the UK to exceed performance expectations as well as environmental and industry-standard conformance for end users, it contains Rocol’s unique EP (Extreme Pressure) additive package. It is also free from components such as bactericides, chlorine, formaldehyde, nitrites, silicone and any animal-derived materials.
Ultracut 370EP can be applied to enhance medium to heavy-duty machining performance whilst generating surface finish and component quality enhancements, as well as tool life longevity that will be noticeable to customers and in users’ bottom-line profitability.
The semi-synthetic, water-miscible metalworking fluid has been formulated for application on ferrous and non-ferrous materials, meeting stringent industry requirements and minimising the corrosion and staining of components with its exceptional residual corrosion protection. With an expert blend of additives, the Ultracut 370EP is tolerant to tramp oil, it retains a low level of foaming and is durable for use in both hard and soft water environments.
When mixed with water, Ultracut 370EP forms a translucent blue micro-emulsion that provides a clear view of both the workpiece and the work envelope during machining and grinding applications. The fluid can be applied in dilution ratios from 30:1 to 75:1 and dilution ratios should be adjusted to suit machine tool, workpiece material, water hardness, application and severity of operation.
With high dilution ratios possible, Ultracut 370EP will provide significant cost savings with a single barrel capable of providing up to 15,200 litres of fluid. For cutting processes, dilution ratios of between 40:1 and 60:1 are recommended and for grinding processes, the advised dilution with water should be 50:1 to 75:1, depending on the severity of the operations. To ensure dilution accuracy, Rocol recommends its automatic fluid mixer. For manual mixing, manufacturers should always add the Ultracut 370 EP concentrate to water at the recommended dilution ratio, stirring continuously.