Mobilmet 420 Series (Mobilmet 423 и 426)
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Mobilmet 420 Series products are high-performance multi-purpose cutting oils. They are chlorine-free, non-staining and non-corrosive. They are designed for light to moderate duty cutting operations and they are also suitable as machine tool lubricants and for use in light duty hydraulic systems. They are formulated from high quality base oils and select additives to provide effective machining performance in a wide variety of operations of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The oils are light-colored and transparent so that the work area can be clearly seen at all times. The Mobilmet 420s are formulated to prevent the formation of oil mist in the vicinity of the machine tool.
Mobilmet 420 Series fluids are resistant to foaming, even with excess splashing so that superior performance is provided in the machine tool lubrication system. With relatively low pour points and high viscosity indexes, they are not difficult to dispense in cold conditions and provide adequate film strength in hot-running machine tool bearings under load.
Mobilmet 420 Series fluids are recommended for a wide range of machining operations on all types of metals. They can be used as multi-purpose oils when a common fluid is required for machine tool lubrication and as a hydraulic fluid assuming proper viscosity selection.
- Mobilmet 423 and Mobilmet 424 are recommended for machining aluminum, magnesium and copper, brasses and bronzes and, in addition, are recommended for steels and cast irons having a Brinell hardness up to 200. They can be used for severe cutting operations of difficult-to-machine non-ferrous alloys such as silicon-copper, silicon-bronze and copper-nickel. They are very effective lubricants for the machine tool lubrication system under a wide range of temperature conditions
- Mobilmet 426 and Mobilmet 427 are recommended for critical machining of non-ferrous metals and automatic operations on materials having a Brinell hardness up to about 300