Product Data Sheet

NOCOCOOL EP SUPER

   

HEAVY DUTY OIL-FREE SYNTHETIC CUTTING AND GRINDING FLUID

NOCOCOOL EP Super is a heavy duty oil-free synthetic cutting and grinding fluid concentrate designed to offer outstanding EP performance as well as excellent corrosion control on machinery and workpieces while providing a long sump life.

NOCOCOOL EP Super may be used on a variety of metals, including steels, cast iron and aluminum; in operations ranging from grinding to turning to milling.
 
 

APPLICATIONS

NOCOCOOL EP Super has been designed for machining most metals except magnesium. Excellent on cast iron. This product may also be used for grinding; blanchard, diamond wheel, centerless, belt, disk, etc.

Note:  Since this product is completely oil-free, it may be used in most coolant mist units for machining and grinding operations.
 
 

ADVANTAGES

  • Superior EP lubrication
  • Nitrite-Free
  • Chlorine-Free
  • Phenol-Free
  • Excellent Performance on Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, Nodular Iron and Steels
  • Excellent Corrosion Inhibition
  • Long Tank Life
  • Excellent Cooling for Ability to Maintain Close Tolerances
  • Tolerant of Hard Water
  • Resistant to Damage from Tramp Oil
  • Water Extendable-Economical
 
PROPERTIES
   
Appearance - Concentrate Blue Liquid, Slight Haze
Appearance - Dilution Transparent Blue Liquid
Odor Bland
Residual Film Soft, Soluble
pH: 9.5 ± 0.3
Specific Gravity @ 60° F 1.03 ± 0.01
Lbs./Gal.  8.6 ± 0.1
Flash Point, PMCC, ° F None

 

CONCENTRATION

NOCOCOOL EP Super

Concentration 3%
(1:33)
4%
(1:25)
5%
(1:20)
7%
(1:14)
10%
(1:10)
BRIX Reading 1.0 1.3 1.6 2.2 3.2
An optical refractometer may be used for determining concentration.



 
 
 
 

RECOMMENDED STARTING DILUTIONS
   
Milling, Drilling, Turning 10:1 / 20:1 (5%)
Centerless, ID, OD, Surface Grinding 30:1
Misting Applications 30:1 / 40:1 (2.5%)

 

All reasonable care has been taken to ensure that the above information is accurate as of the date of printing.

NOCO Energy Corp.
Tonawanda, NY  14150
(800) 500-6626

rev. 06/01/2008