RTD Foamcut 300ml is a specially formulated metal cutting lubricant for extreme pressure cutting performance in an economical foaming aerosol. Optimal as a cutting fluid and cooling lubricant.
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- Order number: RS53041
- Supplier Name: Rocol
- EAN: 5024747530410
- Length: 0,065 cm
- Width: 0,065 cm
- Height: 0,2 cm
- Weight: 0,43 kg
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ROCOL® Foamcut is suitable for all metal cutting operations on a wide range of non-ferrous and ferrous metals including copper, brass and aluminium. The foaming action ensures that the lubricant quickly penetrates to the cutting edges without running off the tool or workpiece, and allows economical application even in deep holes. This extends tool life and improves surface finish.
- Extends tool life
- Improves surface finish
- Increases metal removal rates
- Reduces production costs
Directions for use:
ROCOL RTD Foamcut should be shaken well before use and is then sprayed directly onto the tool or workpiece from a distance of 15-30 cm. Directional control allows more accessible problematic operations and enables application exactly where required. Ensure adequate ventilation.
- Appearance: creamy white foam
- Odor: Mild
- Solvents: not applicable
- Nitrites: not applicable
- Silicones: not applicable
ROCOL - Lubricants for the Industry
ROCOL is part of ITW, a US Fortune 150 multinational company. We develop, manufacture and market technically advanced industrial lubricants and line marking systems for industry worldwide.
ROCOL was founded on the work of Victor Ivanovitch Ragosine, who was born in Russia and graduated from the University of Moscow in 1854 with a degree in chemistry.
Based in Leeds, UK, the origins of our company date back to 1878 when Victor Ragosine developed a yellow lubricating oil which he subsequently sold throughout Europe. Unlike other lubricants, the yellow oil was virtually non-corrosive, making it technically superior to other available products.
In 1882, British agency manager Ernest Glehn bought out Victor and the Russian parent company to form Ragosine and Company, which later evolved into ROCOL.
Although we have made significant advances over the years, our ethos is still the same - to develop highly engineered products that are better quality than the competition and give you performance you can trust.