mercury oils

Water Soluble Metalworking Fluids

In today’s high technology production facilities coolants play a key role and are a vital part of the production process. Mercury extensive  range of soluble metal working fluids provides a number of long lasting operational benefits. These include:

Reduce coolant use: Our soluble metalworking fluids are formulated by using the latest technology and raw materials resulting in a reduced consumption of coolants (drag out). This indirect saving contributes to an overall economical operation
Health, safety and environmental commitments: Our formulations allow users to reach their goals in the light of these issues
Trouble free operation: The latest technology and materials used in our products warrant trouble free operation which will increase your productivity and overall performance
Longer tool life: Outstanding EP properties will increase tool life and contribute to lower operational costs


Cutsol MB Rvn no : 1

Biostable metalworking fluid for steel and cast iron

Cutsol MB is a soluble oil that forms milky emulsion with high anticorrosive properties. Thanks to the high oil content, protects elements and ways of the metalworking machines.

The product has very good wetting properties because of its low surface tension and assures an excellent cooling on the tool edge.


Cutsol MB is suitable for most of metalworking operations and materials.

Suitable for machining steel, iron, cast iron, aluminum and its alloys.

Typical performance data – neat product

Appearance Oily amber liquid
Specific gravity, gr/ml 0.93
Odour Sweet
Sodium nitrite Free
Chlorine content Nil

Typical Performance Data – 4% emulsion (in tap water 20 ºHF)

Appearance White milky
pH 9.3
Corrosion test (IP-287) No corrosion
Corrosion test (IP-125) 0
Foam Low
Stability Good


Cutsol MB is easy to mix, simply add to water and mix concentrate in the appropriate dilution. Sol 444 is recommended to use between 4% to 6%. If cast iron is machined use the product above 5 %.

Suitable for water hardness between 0-7 pH.

Concentration = Refractometer reading x 1


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