4. Coolube® Lubricants

How do you clean up residual Coolube from parts?

Cleaning residual Coolube from parts In most cases there should be little if any Coolube left on the part.  If the part has much oil on it, it may be an indication that means the MQL spray needs adjusting. But in the cases where over spray is unavoidable, or there can be no oil on […]

How does the EP Additive Work in 201EP?

The Extreme Pressure (EP) additive in Coolube 2210 EP helps to decrease the wear of tools exposed to very high pressures. The term “extreme pressure” classically refers to the property of lubricants which impart to rubbing surfaces the ability of carrying appreciably greater loads than would be possible with ordinary lubricants without excessive wear or damage. Our […]

What is the difference between Coolube® 2210 and Coolube® 2201EP?

Coolube® 2210 is ideal for metals, wood, rubber, and most plastics and is especially effective on aluminum and non-ferrous metals.   Coolube® 2210EP  contains an ‘Extreme Pressure’ additive and is specially formulated for use with ferrous metals.  Coolube® 2210EP also works with all non-ferrous metals except copper.

Is Coolube® biobased?

Defined by the 2002 Farm Bill, biobased products are commercial or industrial products (other than food or feed) that are composed in whole, or in significant part, of biological products, renewable agricultural materials (including plant, animal, and marine materials), or forestry materials. The USDA issues Certified Biobased Product labels to products with a minimum of 25% biobased content. Coolube® 2210 is certified […]

Does Coolube® irritate the skin?

As with many natural products, prolonged exposure to Coolube’s® bears a slight risk of skin irritation, but this is extremely rare.  Most of the components of Coolube are also used in cosmetics, and this is one of the reasons it rarely irritates the skin. The components are also food-grade and, although Unist does not recommend […]