GENERAL MANUFACTURING PRODUCT INFORMATION
- Metalworking fluids: The Quest for BioresistanceJoseph Frio2019-03-20T16:15:44-04:00Metalworking fluids: The Quest for Bioresistance
The main objective in working with metalworking fluids(MWFs) is to extend their operating life as long as possible. Microbial contamination remains one of the key reasons why MWFs fail prematurely. Degradation of MWFs not only leads to premature failure but also can cause health and safety concerns to workers maintaining them.
- Flow cytometry, a powerful novel tool to rapidly assess bacterial viability in metal working fluids: Proof-of-principleJoseph Frio2019-02-04T16:39:03-04:00Flow cytometry, a powerful novel tool to rapidly assess bacterial viability in metal working fluids: Proof-of-principle
One major problem in the metalworking fluid industry is bacterial growth; however, a fast yet accurate method to evaluate and predict the fluid’s antibacterial capacity is currently lacking. Quaker’s novel tool’s protocol is based on flow cytometry to assess the antibacterial potential of newly developed cutting fluids independent of bacterial growth.
- Bridging the Gap between Metalworking Fluid Bench Tests & Machining OperationsJoseph Frio2018-03-15T10:31:54-04:00
- 36% Concentration Reduction Machining Cast Aluminum PartsJoseph Frio2017-11-20T21:46:15-04:00
- Tool Life Increase of 100% Milling Stainless Steel and 50% Turning Copper Partsguest author2017-11-20T21:47:55-04:00
- 100% Tool Life Increase and Lowered Fluid Consumption Machining Various Metalsguest author2017-11-20T21:49:51-04:00
- 40% Productivity Improvement Turning Small Brass and Steel Precision Componentsguest author2017-11-20T21:49:21-04:00
- 30% Top Up Reduction and 10K €/Year Savings Deep Hole Drilling Forged Steelguest author2017-11-20T21:52:06-04:00
- $240,000/Year Reduced Scrap Savings Using a Non-Chlorinated Grinding Fluidguest author2017-11-20T21:53:40-04:00
- 58% Tooling Cost Decrease Per Part Drilling Cast Ironguest author2017-11-20T21:53:13-04:00
- Eliminating Foam, Mist, and Skin Irritation Machiningguest author2017-11-20T21:54:06-04:00