Eriez invites you to stop by booth #1839 at CMTS and see their state-of-the-art filtration and separation equipment. Their products include Magnetic Chip and Parts Conveyors, Lifting Magnets, Portable Coalescers, Centrifuge Filter Systems, Portable Tramp Oil Separators, Sump Cleaners and Coolant Recycling Systems. They failed to send us photos of any models that mig
It's not too late! The Abstract Submission Deadline for STLE’s 2012 Annual Meeting & Exhibition has been extended until October 17, 2011. This is just the Abstract Submission (about 150 words) so you will have time to polish that report between now and the 67th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, May 6-10, 2012. This year’s meeting will be held at the Renaissance Grand & America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Bye-bye Las Vegas.
The FY 2012 Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Act (H.R. 2596) will soon be under consideration by the full Senate and House of Representatives. This legislation proposes deeps cuts in the research budgets for the Technology Innovation Program (TIP) and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech) at NIST.
CIMTECH 46C Metalworking Fluid, one of CIMCOOL Fluid Technology's extensive line of metalworking fluids, has BOEING approval under BAC 5008REVr - Areas 5 and 6, including titanium alloys. CIMTECH 46C is recommended for moderate duty grinding of hard metals such as cobalt, stellite and titanium alloys, including chrome plated and HVOF Thermal Spray Coating components.
By order of your President, subscriptions to METALWORKING FLUID MAGAZINE are FREE. Don't be a fool, sign-up now and watch your Metalworkng Fluid Minute and the Death Match. Don't strain yourself, just pick any stupid username and password you can remember.
The latest STLE blog is with Jerry P. Byers, Manager of Product Research & Development at Cimcool and author of Metalworking Fluids, Second Edition. Jerry talks about the chemistry behind the formulation of Metalworking fluids, and the fear of using Additives. He tries to dispel any misconceptions and argues for the proper use of both amines and microbiocides.