rhenus EHM 7
With only one step, Rhenus Lub customers are now able to increase the output and efficiency of their hard metal machining operations, reduce lubricant consumption and fluid costs, improve user-friendliness and simultaneously prevent the release of cobalt from the material. The key to success lies in the low-viscosity special grinding oil rhenus EHM 7.
With low oil mist and evaporation, the product allows the metalworking industry to increase protection for people and the environment while at the same time increasing machining quality and lowering production costs. This is achieved with the clever raw material concept underlying rhenus EHM 7, which is based on a highly refined, aromatic-free base oil.
Daniele Kleinmann, Product Manager for Precision Machining at Rhenus Lub, summarises the essential technical requirements: “When grinding hard metals in particular, tools and machines are subjected to high loads as a result of the material’s high strength and hardness. To achieve the best surface qualities and long service lives, the coolant must satisfy the most demanding of requirements in terms of cooling and flushing properties. In addition, our customers have an obligation to effectively prevent the release of cobalt during machining as a preventive measure to protect the health and safety of their employees in the workplace”.
The low-viscosity product is characterised by an exceptionally high flash point of 165 degrees Celsius. Its particularly good air separation capability increases machining quality; low foam production guarantees customers an unobstructed view of the workpiece. This enables companies in the metalworking industry to achieve higher levels of cleanliness and safety when machining tools.