Electric Discharge Machining Oil is a metal removal process involving the removal of material from the work piece by a series of controlled electric discharges or sparks. The tool and the work piece are insulated by a special dielectric fluid. These fluid are formulated with a highly refined, narrow cut paraffinic base stock with excellent oxidation stability which helps reduce the formation of oxidation products that will alter the dielectric strength of the fluid. The product is colourless and virtually odourless. The product exhibits a relatively high flash point that helps to reduce the possibility of fire. The low viscosity of the fluid provides good circulation through the spark gap and more rapid removal and settling of metal fines.
Application / Composition of EDM Oil
Recommended for use in:
Dielectric fluid in finish-cut electrical discharge (spark erosion) machining operations.
Electrical discharge machining in tool and die shops, and in manufacture of electronics, extrusions, air-craft components, hardware, tools, fasteners, silver-ware, cutlery, jewellery, appliances, valves and regulators. Grinding fluid in glass grinding operations.
|Kinematic Viscosity at 40°C, cSt||2.0 – 3.0|
|Flash Point, PMCC, °C, Min.||107|
|DI-electric Strength, KVA.||45|
Mr. Praveen Kumar & Mr. Virender Kumar
Parkash Oil & Chemical Co.
Wz-29, Street No. 11, Madan Park, East Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi - 110026, India