High performance cutting lubricant.
CRC Eco Supercut is a blend of highly refined base oils and synthetic additives, designed to
meet the most stringent requirements for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals (stainless
steel, aluminum, brass, …). The additives create a strong film that can withstand extreme
pressure to increase tool life and ease cutting.
• Balanced lubricating and excellent cooling, anti-welding properties.
• Reduces friction and wear to ease cutting and increase tool life.
• Promotes excellent finish.
• Gives lower operating temperatures and allows for higher operating speeds.
• Additive package is based on chlorine-free products.
• Aerosol formulation has a mixed non-flammable propellant system giving a controlled
foaming for quick heat removal.
• Aerosols are equipped with the 360° (upside-down) spray valve for added convenience.
The extension tube allows precise aiming and reduces waste.
• Biodegradability (OECD 301B) : 87 %
A superior cutting lubricant for use on all types of metal, including brass, copper and aluminum :
- Shake well before use.
- Apply precisely on area to be treated; re-apply frequently to ensure a continuous product film for wear protection and heat removal.
A safety data sheet (MSDS) according to EC Regulation N° 1907/2006 Art.31 and amendments is available for all CRC products.
TYPICAL PRODUCT DATA (without propellant)
|Appearance||:||light amber liquid|
|Specific gravity (@ 20°C)||:||0,91|
|Flash point (open cup)||:||330 °C|
|Dynamic viscosity (@ 40°C)||:||46 mPa.s|
|Ref. 31911||Aerosol :||12 x 500 ml|
|Ref. 31917||Bulk :||2 x 5 l|
All statements in this publication are based on service experience and/or laboratory testing. Because of the wide variety of equipment and conditions and the unpredictable human factors involved, we recommend that our products be tested on-the-job prior to use. All information is given in good faith but without warranty neither expressed nor implied.
This Technical Data Sheet may already have been revised at this moment for reason such as legislation, availability of components and newly acquired experiences