quenching oil

quenching oil

[′kwench·iŋ ‚ȯil]
(metallurgy)
Animal, vegetable, or mineral oil, such as fish oil, cottonseed oil, or lard, used in quenching baths for carbon and alloy steels; removes heat from the steel more slowly and uniformly than water.
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Tenders are invited for sale of old and used quenching oil from 04 shop of ffp
Remove your part from the quenching oil, let the oil drain off, then gently wipe off the excess.
Table 3: Typical Characteristics of the Quenching Oil (As Specified by the Producer: Petro-Canada)
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The quenching oil was agitated with energy input 1.
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China Petrochemical News Network (PAN group Yan) October 25, oil companies received patent issued by the State Intellectual Property Office, "Isothermal quenching oil compositions and their use" patent certificate.
The quantification of the combined heat transfer coefficient (CHTC) by the cooling process in quenching oil and verification of its validity are presented.