Fluid that increases the durability of tools when cutting metal - Content: Spray can: 400ml.
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- Order number: RS53011
- Supplier Name: Rocol
- EAN: 5024747530113
- Weight: 0,35 kg
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RTD Spray 400ml is an aerosol applied metal cutting lubricant consisting of a concentrate of extreme pressure additives - suitable as a cutting fluid and coolant.
ROCOL® RTD Spray applies an economical film of metal cutting fluid directly to the cutting engagement area, particularly in areas where access proves difficult
- Excellent cutting performance
- Suitable for all ferrous metals
- Ideal for broaching, thread cutting, drilling and general
- workshop work
- Fast and practical to use
Directions for use:
Shake well before use and spray directly onto the workpiece or tool from a distance of 15-30 cm. Check for compatibility with painted or coated surfaces, plastics and rubber before application. Ensure sufficient ventilation.
- Appearance: Brown liquid
- Solvent: Pentane
- Propellant gas: Propane/Butane
- Silicones: Not applicable
- Storage: The storage temperature should be kept below 50°C. Storage area should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
- Welding Load: 800 kg
- Load-Wear Index: 179 kg
- Tapping torque (316 stainless steel): 11.2 Nm
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.