Hougen RotaGel Cutting LubeClick image to enlarge

Hougen Manufacturing has announced their new RotaGel Cutting Lube.

RotaGel provides protection to the cutting tool even in hard, high torque machining applications.
RotaGel Cutting Lube is an environmentally safe lubricant, with core ingredients are based on a food-grade lubricant. It is non-toxic and biodegradable.
With the consistency of a creamy gel, RotaGel’s properties help it adhere to the tool and reduce friction throughout the cut. Because it is formulated with a Hougen blue colour, it allows the operator to consistently gauge where the lubricant is applied and visually assures thorough coverage. Designed for use on all metals including carbon steel, stainless steel, inconel, hastalloy, titanium, aluminum and other alloys and exotics.
RotaGel provides maximum lubrication and increased tool life with many different applications and tools. Application examples include: annular cutters, taps, drills, saws, reamers, endmills, general lubrication and more. RotaGel also improves hole and surface finishes.
RotaGel is available in single net weight 8 oz. (227g) tubes (Part No. 11748) or in a case of ten tubes (Part No. 11748-10).

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