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SMART CUT®
Water Soluble Coolant

(General Materials Formula)

Fully Synthetic Lubricant & Coolant specially formulated for Slicing, Dicing, Drilling, and Grinding of Ceramics, Optics, Quartz, Silicon, and Other Materials.

SMART CUT®  Synthetic water soluble coolant/lubricant general materials formula is operator and environmental friendly coolant that will improve your overall diamond slicing, dicing, drilling, sectioning, grinding, polishing and diamond machining operation by as much as 30%.

Plain water evaporates at 212 F. Often temperature in your cutting zone reaches as much as 500 degrees F. Often water evaporates, before it has a chance of affectively cooling the diamond wheel and material being drilled. Resulting in shorter Diamond Wheel Life, Material Damage or micro cracks associated with overheating. Water may cool your diamond & cbn tools, yet provide poor lubrication properties needed for optimum slicing, dicing, drilling, grinding & polishing results

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Advantage

  • Reduce Surface Tension
  • Improve Output & Reliability
  • Improve Surface Finish Quality
  • Increase Tool Life
  • Preserve Material Micro Structure
  • Reduce Thermal Stress
  • Reduce Chipping
  • Reduce Edge Damage
  • Reduce & Minimize Micro Cracking
  • Reduce Heat Transfer
  • Improve Process Consistency
  • Eliminate Secondary Processing Operations
  • Improve Tolerances
  • Minimize Swarf Accumulation
  • Assure Long Term Integrity of Material
  • Lowers Friction
  • Improve Tolerances

Benefits

  • Wetting agents and increased lubricity allow high speed operation and high production yields.
  • Excellent Corrosion Inhibition even at lower than the recommended dilutions
  • None foaming
  • Mixes with hard or soft water
  • Not irritating to skin or eyes
  • Enhances surface finish
  • Effective in Preventing Odor-Causing Microbiological Growths
  • Pleasantly Scented
  • Bonds Water Molecules
  • User & Environment Friendly
  • None Staining
  • None Foaming
  • Compatible with all Filtration Systems
  • Non Corrosive
  • Economical with High Dilution Ratios
  • Universal Application can be used for most materials & applications

IMPROVE OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY 30%

Try SMART CUT® Coolent Today and see the difference it can make for your application

Green & Environmental Friedly Coolant

NOTE: contains no nitrides, phosphates, chromates, phenols, heavy metal salts, Petroleum oils, chlorine or phosphorus. Do not add inorganic nitrates, nitrites, or organic-nitro compounds.

Why use Coolants?

Coolants increase productivity and the quality of material preserve true material micro structure, & minimize material deformation. Coolants increase the time interval between tooling changes. This saves you money by reducing the number of tool or die changes needed. Tooling changes require the shut down of the production lines, therefore less tooling changes will increase productivity. Modern coolants must fulfill two primary functions: cooling and lubrication. Both of these functions are important, but their relative importance depends on the type of operation and material being processed. Find out more >>>

Cooling

Prior to modern high-speed equipment, cooling from a lubricant was not needed. The slow cutting speeds did not generate much heat. The straight lubricants were able to transfer enough heat to avoid damage to the parts and tools. However, modern equipment operates at high speeds. This high speed movement creates tremendous amounts of heat which must be removed by the coolant. Failure to remove the heat and chips in the contact zone, between the cutting tool and the part will shorten tool life and increase the number of tool changes as well as reduce the tolerances of tooling and part because of thermal expansion.​ Find out more >>>

Lubrication

Lubrication provided by the coolant reduces the friction between the tool and material / substrate. The coolant prevents the substrate from sticking to the tool and will increase the surface finish. Some companies are trying to eliminate coolants, which inevitably increase the amount of money spent on tooling and lost production. But some companies feel that this is worth the cost benefit of maintaining the coolant systems and the work associated with the coolants. These companies are in the minority.        Find out more >>>

SMART CUT® Coolants Helps Manufacturers and R & D Labs

  • Reduces Surface Tension - by 25-40 dynes/cm2. SMART CUT® Coolant allows more water into the material kerf / pores, dissipating heat generated by friction.
  • Bonds Water Molecules - into the kerf and to the diamond tool, allowing better swarf dispersion and lubrication.
  • Prevent Swarf Accumulation - on the diamond tool and in Back and frontside edges, minimizing chipping and internal cracking.
  • Extend Diamond & CBN Blade, Drill, Wheel, & Tool Life - by up to 30%. The lubricated blade / diamond tool runs cooler, reducing metal fatigue and blade / diamond tool wear.
  • Improve Material Yield and Reliability - from the reduced amount of chipping, cracking and consequent edge damage.
  • Eliminate Additional Material Processing - Depending on the application and your objectives, SMART CUT® Coolant frequently eliminates and minimizes secondary and subsequent material processing.
  • Improved Machining Tolerances - Many of today’s demanding advanced material applications provide challenges to advanced material manufacturers and R & D facilities. Obtaining tolerances less than a millionths of an inch, is not uncommon. SMART CUT® Coolant promotes attainment of close tolerances by removing heat generated at the point of contact between the tool and work piece. Heat can cause deformations in both the tool and work piece that results in the loss of tolerance. When the generation of heat and its subsequent removal by a coolant is momentarily interrupted any coolant product will adversely affect the performance of a tool and therefore ruin a tolerance specification.

TOP 10 REASONS Why SMART CUT® Coolant is SUPERIOR

1. Operator Sensitivity - SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with operator friendly additives that will not irritate skin (dermatitis), nasal passages, or eyes.

2. Bio-resistance  - SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with biocides and fungicides to biologically control the growth of bacteria, fungi, and mold in the coolant system. The bio-resistance will determine its suitability for recycling in large central systems.

3. Corrosion Protection - SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with corrosion inhibitors, which provide protection to machinery and the substrate. The protection needed will be determined by the customers requirements. With proper concentration, no corrosion should occur on the machinery.

4. Hard Water Stability - SMART CUT® Coolant should be stable in all water conditions. Hard water ions react with coolant additives and reduce the effectiveness of the coolant solution.

5. Mixability -Concentrate  SMART CUT® Coolant should mix easily or .bloom. into the water. Any difficulty in mixing will not be tolerated by the customer.

6. Foam -All water based coolants can potentially foam SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with defoamers to prevent foaming under most conditions. The proper selection of coolant concentration will help alleviate potential problems.

7. Residue -All water based coolants can potentially foam SMART CUT® Coolant will not leave a .hard-to-remove. residue on the surface of the machine or substrates. As the water in the coolant. evaporates organic residue will be left on the machines. This residue should not be sticky and should be easily re-dissolved in water.

8. Oxidative Stability - High temperatures and pressures will cause changes in the composition of the coolant, such as fragmentation or polymerization of the additives in the coolant formulation. This can decrease the performance of the coolant and create difficult to remove deposits.

9. Emulsion Stability - Concentrate SMART CUT® Coolant mixes easily with water and should not separate or create an invert on the surface of the coolant mixture. Customers currently using soluble oils may be experiencing particular difficulties with this problem.

10. Tramp Oil Rejection - SMART CUT® Coolant should reject the tramp oils and way lubricants, which may contaminate the sump. Other coolants which do not reject tramp oils are prone to attack by bacteria and fungal organisms.

DESCRIPTION SPECIFICATION FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS INDUSTRIES USED IN ACCESSORIES DESCRIPTION img img img img img SPECIFICATION

Premium water soluble synthetic coolant. SMART CUT® General Materials Formula is designed for large variety of materials and applications. Such as Glass, Natural & Semi Precious Stone, Composites, Semiconductor, Metals, Hard Tool Steels, Ceramics, Porcelain and many others. SMART CUT® General materials formula will benefit users in all industries and applications.

SMART CUT® water soluble coolant reduces material thermal stress, edge damage, internal cracking, increases tool life, provides better cut quality, preserves the material microstructure, assures long-term integrity of the material being cut and more.  As a coolant SMART CUT® reduces heat caused by friction. As a lubricant SMART CUT® lowers friction and surface tension, which increases swarf dispersion.

How it Works

Stream of SMART CUT® coolant added to deionized (DI) water reduces material thermal stress, edge damage, and internal cracking, assuring long-term integrity of  material being drilled. Since SMART CUT®  is a coolant and lubricant, both the diamond tools and material benefit. Stream of SMART CUT® coolant added to deionized (DI) water reduces material thermal stress, edge damage, and internal cracking, assuring long-term integrity of material being processed. Since SMART CUT® is a coolant and lubricant, both the diamond tools and material benefit.

Sizes Available

  • 1 Quart
  • 1 gallon bottles
  • 5 gallon pails
  • 55 gallon drums

Mix Ration: 1:20

  • 1 part coolant, & 20 parts water
  • For use with Diamond Drills, Diamond Slicing Blades and Diamond Wafering / Sectioning Blades.
  • Mix Ration: 1:30
  • for all grinding operations
  • MIX RATION: 1:75
  • 1 part coolant & 75 parts water for use with Dicing Blades
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

At which concentration should I be running?

SMART CUT® water soluble coolant is specifically designed to be used at a number of different concentrations. Each material and application will have an ideal concentration. The concentration will affect sump life, tool life, and surface finish. Here are some examples of different applications and their corresponding concentrations. Maintaining proper concentration is essential to obtain optimum results, specially in production setting. Based on our experience, close to 80% of the coolant issues reported by clients are directly or indirectly attributable to poor concentration control. Concentration control is difficult to achieve when the coolant is manually mixed in small batches and is virtually impossible to maintain when untrained operators mix coolant. The Systems Equipment Division carries a complete line of automatic proportioning equipment to maintain accurate coolant concentration control. (Fluid Mixers)

What is “makeup” concentration?


When water miscible coolants are used in machining and grinding operations the volume of fluid in the coolant sump decreases due to the physical loss of the fluid (fluid is carried off on chips and parts) and water evaporates because it absorbs heat generated in the machining or grinding operation. Proper operation requires that the fluid level is maintained at some minimum level and so “makeup fluid” must be added to replenish coolant carried out on chips and parts. Since the loss of water by evaporation causes the fluid in the sump to increase in concentration the “makeup fluid” will always be mixed at the same concentration less that of the recommended operating concentration. For example, if an emulsion coolant is to be run at 5% volume to water then the “makeup” concentration for that fluid will generally be 2.5-3.0%. Check your product data and information sheets for recommended working and “makeup” concentrations.

What is a refractometer factor?

The refractometer factor is used in determining concentration of a metalworking fluid. Each Master Chemical product has a refractive index factor for determining concentration. Consult the Data and Information Sheet for product specific refractive index factors. Multiply the refractive index (refractometer reading) by the refractometer factor and the result is the concentration of the working solution in percent. (The factor for most emulsion fluids is 1.0 so that the refractive index is the fluid concentration.)

Why does my coolant have an unpleasant smell?

An unpleasant coolant smell is most likely attributed to anaerobic bacteria. Bacteria produce waste products, which often contain sulfur and exude the “rotten-egg” smell. Bacteria are major contributors to coolant failure. They chemically alter coolants and destroy the lubricants and corrosion inhibitors in the process. They also pass off corrosive acids and salts into the coolant, which can lead to low pH and corrosion problems. The bacterial growth can be minimized by:

  1. Maintaining proper coolant concentration.
  2. Good housekeeping practices (cleanliness).
  3. Preventing or minimizing contamination.
  4. Good filtration of the coolant and continuously removing chips.
  5. Thorough, periodic sump clean-outs.

Oftentimes, “cover-ups” which are perfumes, can be used to mask odors but they are not a cure and their use can lead to more serious fluid problems later.

Why are coolants different colors?

Most coolants exhibit colors and odors that result from the chemicals from which they are blended. But sometimes metal cutting fluid manufacturers use dyes and colorants to give them an aesthetic appeal. They are also helpful in identification of products for companies which use a number of different products. Machine operators sometimes use color intensity as an indication of coolant concentration. Color intensity is not a good indicator of concentration as tramp oil can absorb the dyes used, and some work materials (such as cast iron) can “mask” the dye. Even with dyed coolants it is necessary to check fluid concentration properly periodically.

What is the residue in the sump or machine tool?

Residue is the material left behind on the machine and workpieces after the water evaporates from the coolant solution. Residues should never interfere with the smooth and proper machine tool function but more importantly the residue should enhance the machine’s operation. Residues may be classified as:

  1. Fluid
  2. Soft
  3. Hard
  4. Gummy
  5. Crystalline

For optimum machine tool functioning, oily, non-gummy residues are preferable. If a residue is hard, gummy or crystalline, it can cause a machine’s moving parts to “stick” or “freeze” and may cause a machine malfunction. A moderate crystalline film may be tolerated on certain types of surface grinders but such a residue could cause a major problem on a 5-axis machining center. In other words, the type of machine must be considered when selecting a fluid because the type of residue may dramatically affect the machine function.

How should I mix water soluble coolants?


Mixing is crucial to maintaining stability in cutting and grinding fluids. Proper mixing instructions are available on all Master Chemical Data and Information Sheets. For optimum performance and maximum life, coolant concentrates should be mixed with chemically pure water produced by deionization or reverse osmosis. It is a general rule that concentrates should be added to the water last and mixed thoroughly. One way to remember the proper sequence of addition is to remember “O.I.L.”, meaning “oil in last”. Special mixing devices and proportioners like the UNIMIX™ and Master Mix™, which automate the mixing process and minimize the waste of concentrate, are available from Master Chemical. (Fluid Mixers)

INDUSTRIES USED IN INDUSTRIES USED IN:
  • Advanced Ceramics
  • Composites
  • Glass
  • Geology
  • Quartz
  • Materials Research
  • Medical Devices
  • Metallography
  • Photonics / Optics
  • Semiconductor
Ferrous & Non-Ferrous Metals:
  • Plain Carbon Steels
  • Electronic Packages
  • stainless Steels Plastics
  • Tool Steels Fasteners
  • Aluminum Refractories
  • Copper Base Alloys Integrated Circuits
  • Magnesium Thermal Spray Coatings
  • Titanium Metal Matrix Composites
  • Biomedical Wafers
  • Petrographic
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Advantage

  • Reduce Surface Tension
  • Improve Output & Reliability
  • Improve Surface Finish Quality
  • Increase Tool Life
  • Preserve Material Micro Structure
  • Reduce Thermal Stress
  • Reduce Chipping
  • Reduce Edge Damage
  • Reduce & Minimize Micro Cracking
  • Reduce Heat Transfer
  • Improve Process Consistency
  • Eliminate Secondary Processing Operations
  • Improve Tolerances
  • Minimize Swarf Accumulation
  • Assure Long Term Integrity of Material
  • Lowers Friction
  • Improve Tolerances

Benefits

  • Wetting agents and increased lubricity allow high speed operation and high production yields.
  • Excellent Corrosion Inhibition even at lower than the recommended dilutions
  • None foaming
  • Mixes with hard or soft water
  • Not irritating to skin or eyes
  • Enhances surface finish
  • Effective in Preventing Odor-Causing Microbiological Growths
  • Pleasantly Scented
  • Bonds Water Molecules
  • User & Environment Friendly
  • None Staining
  • None Foaming
  • Compatible with all Filtration Systems
  • Non Corrosive
  • Economical with High Dilution Ratios
  • Universal Application can be used for most materials & applications

IMPROVE OVERALL PERFORMANCE BY 30%

Try SMART CUT® Coolent Today and see the difference it can make for your application

Green & Environmental Friedly Coolant

NOTE: contains no nitrides, phosphates, chromates, phenols, heavy metal salts, Petroleum oils, chlorine or phosphorus. Do not add inorganic nitrates, nitrites, or organic-nitro compounds.
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Why use Coolants?

Coolants increase productivity and the quality of material preserve true material micro structure, & minimize material deformation. Coolants increase the time interval between tooling changes. This saves you money by reducing the number of tool or die changes needed. Tooling changes require the shut down of the production lines, therefore less tooling changes will increase productivity. Modern coolants must fulfill two primary functions: cooling and lubrication. Both of these functions are important, but their relative importance depends on the type of operation and material being processed.

Cooling

Prior to modern high-speed equipment, cooling from a lubricant was not needed. The slow cutting speeds did not generate much heat. The straight lubricants were able to transfer enough heat to avoid damage to the parts and tools. However, modern equipment operates at high speeds. This high speed movement creates tremendous amounts of heat which must be removed by the coolant. Failure to remove the heat and chips in the contact zone, between the cutting tool and the part will shorten tool life and increase the number of tool changes as well as reduce the tolerances of tooling and part because of thermal expansion.

Lubrication

Lubrication provided by the coolant reduces the friction between the tool and material / substrate. The coolant prevents the substrate from sticking to the tool and will increase the surface finish. Some companies are trying to eliminate coolants, which inevitably increase the amount of money spent on tooling and lost production. But some companies feel that this is worth the cost benefit of maintaining the coolant systems and the work associated with the coolants. These companies are in the minority.

SMART CUT® Coolants Helps Manufacturers and R & D Labs

  • Reduces Surface Tension – by 25-40 dynes/cm2. SMART CUT® Coolant allows more water into the material kerf / pores, dissipating heat generated by friction.
  • Bonds Water Molecules – into the kerf and to the diamond tool, allowing better swarf dispersion and lubrication.
  • Prevent Swarf Accumulation – on the diamond tool and in Back and frontside edges, minimizing chipping and internal cracking.
  • Extend Diamond & CBN Blade, Drill, Wheel, & Tool Life – by up to 30%. The lubricated blade / diamond tool runs cooler, reducing metal fatigue and blade / diamond tool wear.
  • Improve Material Yield and Reliability – from the reduced amount of chipping, cracking and consequent edge damage.
  • Eliminate Additional Material Processing – Depending on the application and your objectives, SMART CUT® Coolant frequently eliminates and minimizes secondary and subsequent material processing.
  • Improved Machining Tolerances – Many of today’s demanding advanced material applications provide challenges to advanced material manufacturers and R & D facilities. Obtaining tolerances less than a millionths of an inch, is not uncommon. SMART CUT® Coolant promotes attainment of close tolerances by removing heat generated at the point of contact between the tool and work piece. Heat can cause deformations in both the tool and work piece that results in the loss of tolerance. When the generation of heat and its subsequent removal by a coolant is momentarily interrupted any coolant product will adversely affect the performance of a tool and therefore ruin a tolerance specification.

TOP 10 REASONS Why SMART CUT® Coolant is SUPERIOR

1. Operator Sensitivity – SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with operator friendly additives that will not irritate skin (dermatitis), nasal passages, or eyes.

2. Bio-resistance  – SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with biocides and fungicides to biologically control the growth of bacteria, fungi, and mold in the coolant system. The bio-resistance will determine its suitability for recycling in large central systems.

3. Corrosion Protection – SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with corrosion inhibitors, which provide protection to machinery and the substrate. The protection needed will be determined by the customers requirements. With proper concentration, no corrosion should occur on the machinery.

4. Hard Water Stability – SMART CUT® Coolant should be stable in all water conditions. Hard water ions react with coolant additives and reduce the effectiveness of the coolant solution.

5. Mixability -Concentrate  SMART CUT® Coolant should mix easily or .bloom. into the water. Any difficulty in mixing will not be tolerated by the customer.

5. Mixability -Concentrate  SMART CUT® Coolant should mix easily or .bloom. into the water. Any difficulty in mixing will not be tolerated by the customer.

6. Foam -All water based coolants can potentially foam SMART CUT® Coolant is formulated with defoamers to prevent foaming under most conditions. The proper selection of coolant concentration will help alleviate potential problems.

7. Residue -All water based coolants can potentially foam SMART CUT® Coolant will not leave a .hard-to-remove. residue on the surface of the machine or substrates. As the water in the coolant. evaporates organic residue will be left on the machines. This residue should not be sticky and should be easily re-dissolved in water.

8. Oxidative Stability – High temperatures and pressures will cause changes in the composition of the coolant, such as fragmentation or polymerization of the additives in the coolant formulation. This can decrease the performance of the coolant and create difficult to remove deposits.

9. Emulsion Stability – Concentrate SMART CUT® Coolant mixes easily with water and should not separate or create an invert on the surface of the coolant mixture. Customers currently using soluble oils may be experiencing particular difficulties with this problem.

10. Tramp Oil Rejection – SMART CUT® Coolant should reject the tramp oils and way lubricants, which may contaminate the sump. Other coolants which do not reject tramp oils are prone to attack by bacteria and fungal organisms.

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