soluble oil

soluble oil

[′säl·yə·bəl ′ȯil]
(materials)
An oil that readily forms a stable emulsion or colloidal suspension in water. Also known as emulsifying oil.
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Soluble oil residue from fixed-head turning and milling was similarly effectively removed.
Lavialle, 2012 Water soluble oil on canvas 24" diameter
In bulk, methanol costs about $2.50 a gallon and the soluble oil, the same type used for machine cutting tools, is readily available.
The line offers more than five different fluids, including a chlorine-free, soluble oil; a fluid for high-turn over, high-pressure ap plications where foam-control is required; one designed for use where machining and grinding is required in moderate-to heave-duty operations; one that blends synthetic lubricants with soluble oils for machining and grinding in moderate- to heavy-duty operations; a low pH synthetic fluid designed for the aerospace industry; and one suitable for moderate- to heavy-duty machining and grinding operations of ferrous materials where a synthetic is needed.
For acne prone individuals, water soluble oil free gel based sunscreen are preferred.
I also use soluble oil mixed with water pumped through from the muzzle end while drilling.
These are removed regardless of particle size, unlike mechanical filters, without affecting soluble oil additives.
The sharpest decrease was observed for water soluble oil: from 15.1% to 0.7% (Table 2).
Magistrates in West Bromwich yesterday heard that vandals tipped a container of soluble oil into drains after it was left unlocked at Newman Tipper Tubes in Western Way, Wednesbury, on August 5 last year.
For instance, H3 (soluble oil) is used to prevent rust on trolleys, hooks and similar equipment whereas 3H release agents are used on chopping boards, cutters, grills, loaf pans, boning benches and other such hard surfaces.
The fluid blend is 60 percent methanol, 39 percent water and 1 percent soluble oil to keep the system lubricated.
Gateway-Joliet originally chose and settled on a ready-to-apply soluble oil as its standard coating--primarily because it was easy to use, had very low odor, exhibited no flash point, and could easily be applied by manual wand sprays.

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