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Evap-Lube 3010

Vanishing Oil Evap-Lube 3010 is designed for use where a “Thermal Degreasing vanishing oil” is required. 3010 is a premium quality, high performance, clear, low viscosity metal working fluid.

Product Description

INTRODUCTION:
Vanishing Oil Evap-Lube 3010 is designed for use where a Thermal Degreasing vanishing oil is required. 3010 is a premium quality, high performance, clear, low viscosity metal working fluid.

3010 evaporates readily leaving little or no residual oils for optimum cleanliness during metal working operation, while still providing excellent release properties.

3010s prompt evaporation characteristics results in the manufacture of clean components, which will readily accept welds, allow for adhesion of paint to processed parts and leave virtually no residue to react with other processing chemicals.

Vanishing Lubricant Evap-Lube 3010 contains select additives to provide optimum lubricity during metal stamping and forming, resulting in extended die life. The product formulation obtains the important balance of proper lubrication during metalworking, yet vanishes from parts in minimal time to avoid delays in the manufacturing process, and minimizing the need for manual cleaning of components. 3010 is non-corrosive and non-staining to aluminum, copper, steel and their alloys.

APPLICATION :Vanishing Oil, Vanishing Lubricant
3010 is designed primarily for use in light to moderate duty stamping and forming operations of aluminum, copper and other non-ferrous metals, while still finding application in some light duty operations with ferrous metals. Its unique ability to provide thin film lubrication, then evaporate quickly leaving no residue, makes 3010 an excellent choice for applications calling for the use of a vanishing oil. 3010 can be applied by spraying or roller coating. 3010 should always be used as received.

Note: 3010 should be stored at temperatures between 65°F and 90°F to preserve its integrity. However, if residue on parts is going to be further dried in an oven, operating temperatures should be kept below 250°F to avoid decomposition.