Are you a motorist? Visit
Your business,
our energy.
Enilive oilproducts

Eni aquamet LMK – ACT

03 February 2021, 00:00

This product is excellently suited for material-changing machining.
Both in production with geometrically defined and with geometrically undefined cutting edges, different materials can be machined with a very good result.

The product was formulated without boron compounds and therefore does not cause any sticky residues in the spray area of the emulsion, which often occur in practice. By selecting suitable ingredients, it was possible to reduce the effect on the skin, especially on the acid mantle of the skin.
The selected base oils in coordination with the additive combination guarantee an excellent performance, so that materials are especially suitable for the machining of numerous aluminium alloys, for example from the 2000, 5000, 6000 and 7000 group (EN 573-3/4) and beyond that, also for the general to heavy machining of steel and high-alloy steels.
Even application concentrations of 4% offer very good biostability and corrosion protection. The emulsion system has been finely dispersed to reduce the cost of weekly refills. This ensures less adhesion of cooling lubricant to the workpiece to be machined and thus less drag-out.
The advantage for the user is cost savings in the use of the product and less skin stress for the employees.

The Eni aquamet LMK - ACT has already proven itself in practice several times. The product was successfully launched on the market in 2020, and customers repeatedly confirm the excellent washing activity, performance, biostability and compatibility of the product.

In order to take full advantage of the excellent properties of this cooling lubricant, it is extremely important to prepare the emulsion in the right way. That is, preferably with a mixing device. When preparing the emulsion manually, always make sure that the water is added first and then the concentrate is stirred in. Failure to do so will result in a reverse emulsion, which has considerably poorer performance characteristics. As a result, the biostability is also severely limited.

The product complies with the Technical Rule for Hazardous Substances 611.
As with any use of cooling lubricants, the applicable VDI guidelines 3035 and 3397 (1-3), as well as the specifications of TRGS 611, section 4, must of course be observed to ensure trouble-free use.

With the development of Eni aquamet LMK - ACT, we once again prove the high quality level of our metalworking fluids.

  Back to top