Cutting Oils

Cutting Oils

Industrial - Cutting and Grinding Fluids

Water-miscible coolants
We have a wide range of semi synthetic and  synthetic coolants and soluble oils to cater every need.

The mechanisms used for lubrication , recent progress in unconventional emulsfying systems , is required to meet the demands of the high speeding machine hand in hand with the innovation technology.


The grinding fluid which is fully synthetic either  Transparent or Coloured have a regulated PH level which prevents the growth of bacteria, fungi and yeast formation .The additives used in the coolant is skin friendly also.


  • Metalworking fluid which is Water soluble semi synthetic  with a extended life.
  • Metalworking fluid which is Semi synthetic  that forms  transparent emulsions
  • Metalworking fluid  which is EP water soluble & semi synthetic with a prolonged life.

Environmentally Friendly Cutting Oils

  • Water soluble environmentally friendly semi-synthetic vegetable-oil based metal working fluid, which does not contain any mineral oil.

Pack Size :20 & 205 Liters

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Choosing the right CUTTING OIL :

Cutting fluid is a specialized coolant and lubricant for metalworking processes. It's utilized in machines like these:

  1. Machines for cutting by hand
  2. Cutting-edge technology
  3. Drilling by hand
  4. severing the thread
  5. Drills with high torque


You'll utilize cutting oil or fluid in your machines unless you're doing dry machining. Lubrication and cooling are provided by cutting fluids and oils. Cutting oil is meant to increase the life of cutting and drilling equipment by enhancing performance and extending tool life under severe pressure. Cutting oil enhances machine quality, eliminates pitting and metal convulsions, and lubricates to reduce tip welding.

Cutting fluids are divided into four categories:

  1. Straight oils are non-emulsifiable and are particularly beneficial in machining processes where they are used undiluted. They frequently include polar lubricants such as vegetable oils and esters.
  2. Synthetic fluids are made without the use of mineral oil or petroleum. Instead, they're made using alkaline organics and corrosion-preventative chemicals. They work effectively in their diluted state. Synthetic cutting fluids have the finest cooling performance of all the different types of cutting fluids.
  3. When soluble oils are mixed with water, they usually produce an emulsion. They work effectively in diluted form and provide excellent lubrication as well as heat transfer performance.
  4. Semi-synthetic fluids—These fluids are made up of a mix of soluble oils and synthetic fluids. Furthermore, the heat transfer performance and cost of semi-synthetic fluids are comparable to those of soluble and synthetic fluids.

Cutting Fluid Benefits: Cutting fluid has the following benefits:

  1. Cutting fluid is used in the machining process to get a superior surface finish and dimensional quality.
  2. Cutting fluids have a lower cost, which extends the tool's life by minimizing wear and tear.
  3. Cutting functions can be done at a higher pace as the cutting fluid reduces the amount of fiction and heat produced due to deformation.

Cutting Fluid Drawbacks:

Cutting fluid has the following drawbacks:

For the use of cutting fluid in some machining operations, a costly engineering system is required.

Disposal of the prepared fluids is a difficult task that takes a long time and can result in environmental hazards.

Cutting fluids are utilized in a variety of industries, but they are most commonly found in the metalworking industry. Cutting with low-strength tools, such as high-speed steels, necessitates the use of cutting fluids. This is because high-speed cutting raises the tool's temperature, diminishing its mechanical strength and hence shortening its life.

Cutting fluids can assist reduce the temperature of the tool in this case, allowing it to function effectively. Drilling, broaching, milling, and threading are just a few of the operations that require cutting fluids.