Read our blogs to learn more about industrial fluids used in various manufacturing processes to lubricate, cool, clean, and protect equipment and products. These fluids include lubricants, coolants, hydraulic fluids, cutting fluids, quenching technology, corrosion prevention and cleaners.
Optimise your machining process with the right combination of metalworking fluids
No matter what your machining process may be, you’re likely using a variety of metalworking fluids to increase tool life and preserve your machined parts. But when is the last time you reviewed your fluid selection? Using the ideal cutting fluid for your application can drastically extend your machines’ operation.
July 06, 2022
The best season or the rust season? Preventing summertime corrosion.
As temperatures and relative humidity increase throughout the country, corrosion increases right alongside them. While rust often doesn’t make an appearance until the warmer months, it is important to be aware of these issues all year round. Once the corrosion process starts, it doesn’t truly stop, so the best way to tackle rust is to prevent it in the first place!
June 07, 2022
Looking for a new Hydraulic Fluid? Consider QUINTOLUBRIC® 888.
Is your shop in need of a new hydraulic fluid? Have you decided that it’s time to upgrade to something with fire resistance and better performance than your traditional oil? If so, Quaker Houghton’s QUINTOLUBRIC® 888 series may be the right fit for you.
September 27, 2022
HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARENESS: DON’T MAKE RASH DECISIONS WHEN IT COMES TO SKIN SAFETY!
If you frequently operate metalworking equipment, you are likely no stranger to contact dermatitis. Dermatitis, or eczema, typically presents itself as an uncomfortable, red, itchy rash. It is caused by many types of chemicals, including oils, solvents, greases, and cleaners.
November 12, 2020
3 WAYS THE RIGHT CUTTING FLUID SAVES YOU MONEY, TIME, AND HASSLE
Using the wrong fluids for the job is like never changing the oil in your truck. Possible? Sure. A good idea? No. It’s expensive, painful and there will be downtime. Using the right cutting fluid for your machine shop can extend your equipment life, avoid workaround hassles, and keep microbes under control.