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use in aerospace machining applications that use through- the-tool coolant delivery and high spindle speeds. The fluid is formulated with bio-resistance for long service life, lubric- ity to protect tools against wear, and good detergency for machine and part cleanliness. Fuchs Lubricants Co. Ph: 708-333-8900 Web site: www.fuchs.com


Aerospace Composite Solutions


Commercial-scale converting, manufacturing, and develop- ment services are available for aerospace composites applica- tions. Precision composite slit tape for automated manufactur- ing and precut and kitted material for hand layup of advanced composite parts will be available from Web Industries and newly acquired CAD Cut. The addition of CAD Cut’s ply cut- ting and kitting capabilities to Web Industries’ existing array of proprietary composite slitting, spooling, chopping and winding technologies will benefit automotive and industrial markets, as well as aerospace. Web Industries Inc. Ph: 508-898-2988 Web site: www.webindustries.com


Tough Cleaning Technology Company will showcase its Extreme Cleaning Technologies product line used in solving the most difficult metal clean- ing challenges. Molten salt systems provide unique process capabilities for both OEM and MRO applications when dealing


The technologies also strip flame spray and metal carbide coatings quickly and thoroughly. Kolene Corp. Ph: 313-273-9220 E-mail: sales@kolene.com Web site: www.kolene.com


Industrial Washers MRW 4830 is an industrial washer with a 48" high by 30" (1.2 × 0.8-m) wide wash zone that can be heated with either natural gas or electric heating elements in both wash and phosphatizing sections. The pump system delivers 15 hp (11 kW) worth of high-volume water at approximately 60 psi (4 bar), the phosphatizing system uses 7.5 hp (5.6 kW) at about 60 psi (4 bar). Filtration, oil skimming as well as sludge


drag options help maintain water quality for maximum use of chemical while reducing labor. The unit is designed for manufacturers who intend to wet paint or powder-coat metal surfaces utilizing a monorail-type conveyance. GM Viking Corp. Ph: 316-634-6699 Web site: www.vikingcorporation.com


with titanium, stainless steel, and superalloy components for a wide variety of aerospace and defense applications. Extreme Cleaning Technologies are used to remove forming lubricants such as molybdenum disulfide, graphite, and organic lubri- cants from titanium and alloy fasteners. These processes are also effective in removing and conditioning surface oxidation that may develop during warm and hot-forming operations.


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Ultrasonic Cleaning System Pro 6030LT 240-gal (908-L) ultrasonic cleaning system fea- tures an automatic lift table with 500 lb (227-kg) capacity for raising and lowering parts with agitation system. Power supplied is 4 × 1800 W, for 7200 W total. Ultrasonic power features adjustable sweep function and 40 kHz dual-bond- ed transducers. Pump and plumbing are stainless steel. Oil removal/surface skimming is done with a built-in weir. Control of ultrasonic cleaning cycle is programmable with a seven-day programmable heat timer and digital tempera- ture controller. Pro Ultrasonics Inc. Ph: 828-584-1005 Web site: www.proultrasonics.com


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