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Cimcool metalworking fluid approved for use at Bombardier

Metalworking coolant is critical to high-quality components, and Milacron's Cimcool (Cincinnati, OH) brand just announced that its Cimperial 861 with InSol technology has received approval under Bombardier BAMS 569-001 Revision B.

Metalworking coolant is critical to high-quality components, and Milacron's Cimcool (Cincinnati, OH) brand just announced that its Cimperial 861 with InSol technology has received approval under Bombardier BAMS 569-001 Revision B.

CimcoolCimperial 861 with InSol technology is a hybrid lubricity, semi-synthetic metalworking fluid recommended for heavy duty machining of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including 6000 and 7000 series aluminum, stainless steel, titanium and other exotic alloys. It can also be used for grinding and is formulated to deliver extended sump life, said Cimcool.

The product is designed to increase tool life and provide superior lubricity while retaining low foaming for today's demanding high-pressure applications. In addition, Cimperial 861 with InSol technology has minimal chemical odor and is mild to the skin.

Milacron's Aerospace Business Manager, Kyle Walker, stated, "Cimcool's global technology team has developed a hybrid semi-synthetic to maximize tool life and part quality on aerospace alloys. The benefit will be one fluid that handles machining needs by delivering superior cooling and lubricity directly to the point of cut. The hybrid combination of InSol technology in a semi-synthetic metalworking fluid delivers superior performance when compared with other semi-synthetic or micro-soluble technology."

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