Premium Ferrous Machining Synthetic, TRIM C380 Will Serve the Aerospace, Medical, and the Electronics Industries

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TRIM® C380 is a premium, synthetic, metalworking fluid optimized for high-tech ferrous materials including stainless steel and Inconel® which are widely used in aerospace, medical, and the electronics industries. C380 uses the best of the new ester technology to yield a very “high performance, easy to use and maintain” metal removal fluid. The combination of the proven synthetic ester technology and nonhalogenated EP package produces very high levels of usable lubricity at the point-of-cut. C380 utilizes unique low-foam detergents to keep process soils from redepositing on machines and parts.

Master Chemical Corporation is pleased to introduce TRIM® C380, a premium synthetic metalworking fluid, which has been optimized for high-tech ferrous materials including stainless steel and Inconel®. These materials are widely used in the aerospace, medical, and electronics industries. Additionally, C380 provides superior resistance to corrosion on these high-tech ferrous materials and is easily removed from parts for easy cleanup before assembly, painting, or plating operations. Using C380 will produce excellent surface finish in finish-grinding operations and is high performing in a wide range of operations from general grinding to heavy-duty machining.

Low operating cost is a major benefit of C380 because of its ease of maintenance, low carryoff, and long sump life. C380 readily rejects process oils, such as hydraulic and way oils, which also makes it easy to keep clean and working at top performance. C380 uses the best of the new ester technology to yield a very “high performance, easy to use and maintain” metal removal fluid. District Sales Manager, Mike Weston, of Master Chemical says, “I have a customer that makes engraving rolls for the print industry who has replaced two products with C380. They love the C380 because it has less residue, no sticky or gummy problems, improved corrosion protection, and provides the lubricity they need to get the job done.” The combination of the proven synthetic ester technology and nonhalogenated EP package produces very high levels of usable lubricity at the point-of-cut. C380 utilizes unique low-foam detergents to keep process soils from redepositing on machines and parts.

Using C380 creates a very clean manufacturing environment because it is water white, low foaming, low odor, and is low mist. C380 contains no chlorine, phenol, nitrites, copper, triazines, silicone, phosphorous, or SARA 313 reportable chemistry and is PRTR compliant. District Sale Manager, Dean Richmond of Master Chemical says, “I have a customer who was complaining that the synthetic they were using had a very rancid smell and sticky residues. They are very pleased with C380 because it is running very clean with low odor, no residue, great sump life, and very low carryoff.”

About Master Chemical Corporation
Master Chemical Corporation was founded on November 13, 1951. Since then, working closely with the worldwide metalworking community, Master Chemical Corporation has developed and marketed a full line of specialty cutting and grinding fluids, cutting oils, concentrated washing and cleaning compounds, and rust preventives all under the TRIM® Brand trademark. These products are both environmentally sound and when used in conjunction with Master Chemical’s XYBEX® Coolant Recycling and Filtration Systems, are the most durable and stable products available anywhere today. Master Chemical has always been committed to the safety of the people who use our products, the protection of our planet, the environment we live in, and the overall impact on our customers’ profitability. Master Chemical serves customers globally. For further information please contact a local Distributor near you http://www.2trim.us/distributors.php, call us at 419-874-7902, or visit our website at http://www.masterchemical.com.

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