Cutting & Grinding Fluid Additives
As cutting and grinding fluids can start to break down over time, tank-side additives can solve a number of problems. There are TRIM® tank-side additives compatible with most coolants to extend tap and tool life, improve mechanical lubricity, control built-up edge, prevent stained parts, control foam, stabilise the emulsion, and replenish dye.
Whatever your problems and concerns, ask your TRIM specialist if a tank-side additive could be the answer.
Number of products in category is 6
TRIM® TC 155 is a nonferrous corrosion inhibitor for use in water soluble and straight oil systems. It is particularly effective in preventing staining and white rust on die cast alloys containing copper.
- Prevents staining and white rust on die cast alloys containing copper
- Nonferrous corrosion inhibition
TRIM® TC 184B is a nonsilicone antifoam or defoamer. It is used as a tank-side add to control foam in water-miscible coolants, washing compounds, floor soaps, etc.
TRIM® TC 211 is an amine-based pH adjuster used to replenish depleted alkalinity in metalworking fluid working solutions. It is especially effective in central systems and batch recycling systems.
- pH adjustment
- Emulsion stabilization
- Central systems
- Replenish depleted alkalinity
TRIM® TC 239 is a paintable, plateable additive used to control foam in metalworking fluids and parts washing systems.
TRIM® TC 252 is a calcium acetate tank-side-add water conditioner used to aid in the control of foam. TC 252 replenishes the calcium when the calcium may have been stripped though reverse osmosis or deionization.
- Water Conditioner
- Calcium replenisher
- Also conditions water that is naturally soft and low in calcium
TRIM® TC 256 is a mixture of compounds that are very effective in maintaining pH and building reserve alkalinity in metalworking fluid working solutions. Controlling pH within the design range of the product and maintaining an appropriate level of reserve alkalinity are key elements in extending sump life, controlling both liquid and vapor phase corrosion, and emulsion stability of soluble oils.
- pH adjustment
- Building reserve alkalinity
- Extending sump life
- Controlling both liquid and vapor phase corrosion