penetrating oil

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penetrating oil

[′pen·ə‚trād·iŋ ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Low-viscosity oil that can penetrate between closely fitted parts, such as the leaves of springs and screw threads; used to loosen rusted parts.
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Successful completion of the prototype testing relating to the trash penetrating fluid and pollution-free processing equipment that were researched and developed in first half of the year and are expected to be a new growth point for the Company in second half of the year and beyond.
If you've got stuck thumbscrews, try spraying them with some penetrating fluid before trying to loosen them.
A few drops of penetrating fluid will get it moving in no time.
Greases, penetrating fluids, oils and dry film coatings can be used for routine lubrication needs on processing equipment, conveyors, presses, calenders, braiders, cutting equipment, extruders, beatings, platen slides, fittings, threaded connectors and sliding surfaces.
CGF has solidified their position as an industry leader in the emerging renewable fuel and energy business in North America with a host of recent triumphs, including the launch of their MOPO brand of fuels, fuel conditioners and environmentally friendly canola-based additives and lubricants such as chain lube, cutting oil, and penetrating fluids, along with the recent announcement of a joint venture with Algodyne to build and operate a fleet of retail bio-fuels stations in western Canada.