Product Data Sheet

NOCOCUT GDO

 

NOCO Lubricants has developed a new series of environmentally friendly gun drilling oil incorporating advanced polymeric additives.

APPLICATION

NOCOCUT GDO  was developed specifically as a heavy duty gun or deep hole drilling oil. This oil contains both active and non active polymeric additives and lubricity agents that are required for difficult to machine metals.  This combination of new chemistry provides outstanding performance and superior finish on  these difficult to machine metals.

NOCOCUT GDO is recommended for deep hole and gun drilling where its low viscosity improves the ability to flush swarf and chips away from the hole and allow fines to settle rapidly.

Operators will enjoy working with NOCOCUT GDO because its low order, transparent, very light color properties.
 

 
TYPICAL PROPERTIES
   
Appearance  Light Pale
Color ASTM D-1500 1.0
Density .8730
Viscosity @ 40ºC cSt 14.5
Viscosity @ 100° F SUS 75.4
Copper Strip Test 4b
Pour Point, ºF
Flash Point, °F COC 350º
Viscosity Index 98

 
 
Features Benefits


Low Viscosity Rapidly flushes chips and swarf away from hole
Light color Easier to see tool and workpiece
Easier to clean parts
Low odor Immediate operator acceptance
Improves shop environment
Non chlorine EP additive Improves corrosion protection
Environmentally friendly
Reduces disposal cost
New additive technology Improve tool life
Higher production rate
Improves surface finish
Improves quality of parts
Improves cooling ability - reduces tool wear
Anti-Misting Safer to use
Improves plant cleanliness
Safe to use Non irritating to normal skin
High viscosity index Good flow characteristics at low temperature
Provides excellent film strength at higher temperatures

Don't Pollute!  Dispose of used oil properly!
Call your NOCO sales representative for details on our Oil Recovery Program.

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