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kool mist 78
kool mist 78

Kool Mist 78 Coolant

Improved Coolant for Mist Systems

New formula improved after years of research, Formula "78" is a chemical base mist coolant that dissolves in water to a clear solution. It is the most universal mist coolant available.

It can be used on any metal or alloy, and displays high efficiency in the cutting of exotic metals and alloys such as Monel, Inconel, Titanium, etc., as well as all non-ferrous metals. Formula "78" meets all OSHA standards. It is free of halogens and sulfides. It is safe for operators whether in liquid or mist form. Our proprietary formula completely prevents dermatitis and rancidity, and the formulation contains no irritants.

All components for Formula "78" are dissipated into the atmosphere by cutter heat except on; a chemically compounded lubricant that clings to the tool to reduce friction, the prime cause of heat.

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Item IDDescriptionManufacturerUOMUnit SizeQuantity
078-007
KOOL MIST FORMULA 78 1 GALKOOL MIST CORP.1.00
078-013
KOOL MIST NO. 78 5 GAL PAILKOOL MIST CORP.1.00
  
Kool Mist

Machinists worldwide count on Kool Mist. Their systems are designed to be completely portable by factory mounting controls to the tank top. The entire system can be relocated to where you need it next. Nozzles can be clamped in to place or held tight by magnets. Coolant and compressed air are brought to the nozzle separately through a coaxial line.