Aerospace coolant developed to be 'future-proof'

26th January 2017
Posted By : Alice Matthews
Aerospace coolant developed to be 'future-proof'


Master Chemical Corporation have introduced TRIM MicroSol 590XT, an advanced semi-synthetic, micro-emulsion coolant that has been specifically developed to meet the needs of those serving the aerospace sector, both now and in the future.

Its formulation excludes components which are currently compatible with airframe manufacturing standards but are nevertheless being closely scrutinised by the industry.

This aerospace semi-synthetic has both Boeing and Airbus approval and harnesses the latest technology to provide long life and protection of sensitive alloys, including both aerospace and nuclear materials. It improves on the performance of previous generations with unmatched lubricity and sump life for substantial time and material savings; no tank-side biocides or fungicides are required.

This is a highly stable, translucent micro-emulsion that is formulated from the most environmentally safe ingredients. As well as being free from secondary amines, it contains no chlorinated or sulphurised extreme pressure additives, formaldehyde releasers, phenols or boron.

To meet the need for demanding, high pressure, high volume applications TRIM MicroSol 590XT provides foam control and low carry-off. It delivers a combination of cooling and lubricity for machining titanium, 6000 and 7000 series aluminiums as well as typical aero engine materials such as stainless steel and Inconel.

As well as being a suitable alternative to milky soluble oils on high silica aluminium it also provides corrosion inhibition on all ferrous and non-ferrous metals and keep parts and machines clean to reduce production and maintenance time.

TRIM MicroSol 590XT provides a single fluid solution for high-tech aerospace manufacturers seeking compliance, high machine performance, quality parts and assurance of environmental safety.

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