Coolants for Sectioning and Cutting

PROPER COOLING FOR YOUR SECTIONING NEEDS

Coolants for Sectioning

Effectively cool your sample to prevent heat damage with our water miscible and oil based coolants and lubricants.

Cooling for High Quality Cutting

Coolants for Sectioning and Cutting help dissipate heat and remove swarf from the cutting point. Choose Buehler’s premium coolants to maintain high quality cutting surface, good blade life, and achieve consistent cutting results.

Coolants for Your Cutters

Cool 3 Fluid

Cool 3

Water miscible fluid concentrate for abrasive and precision cutting. Dilute coolant to 1:25 to 2:25, with water.

IsoCut® Fluid

IsoCut Fluid

Oil based coolant only for use with the IsoMetTM Low Speed saw or any saw with a maximum speed of 500 rpm.

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Would you have any recommendations for maintenance of Cool 3?

When an abrasive cutter machine is at rest, check that the coolant tank of the recirculating system is filled with coolant to the level recommended, typically about 4” to 6” from the top of the tank. This will allow the pump to effectively deliver coolant to the cut-off wheel and without drawing air intermittently from the coolant tank.

Check the coolant level daily. Replace coolant that has evaporated from the coolant tank with fresh coolant pre-mixed with water at the recommended ratio.

Cool 3 is not considered hazardous for sanitary sewers per RCRA regulations, however local regulations must also be consulted in conjunction with the Cool 3 SDS.

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