Water Soluble Or Emulsion Penetrating Oil
The formula of water-soluble penetrating fluids contains a large amount of water. They can also be diluted with water to achieve a concentration less than 10%. These oils are suitable for materials that can be harmed by extremely concentrated solvents containing harsh chemicals.
Straight oils are non-emulsifiable products that are utilized undiluted in machining processes. They’re made up of mineral or petroleum oils with polar lubricants like fats, vegetable oils, esters, or extreme pressure (EP) additives like chlorine, sulfur, and phosphorus added in.
Synthetic or Semi-synthetic Penetrating Oil
Silicone, polyglycol, esters, (CFCs), and combinations of synthetic fluids and water are used to make synthetic and semi-synthetic penetrants and penetrating oils. Synthetic fluids provide the best fire resistance and are the most expensive.
Applications For Penetrating Oils
Products like Industrial penetrating oil are used to loosen rusty bolts and nuts, as well …