Unist Inc.

4134 36th St. S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

Phone: 616-949-0853
Fax: 616-949-9503

www.unist.com

Sales Contact
Larry Tilma - General Manager
ltilma@unist.com
616-949-0853
800-253-5462

Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Unist Inc.

Product
August 27, 2015
Cutting lubricant formulated for use on aluminum
Unist Inc. has expanded its line of MQL lubricants with a new oil formulated for use with aluminum. Coolube® 2210AL is derived from natural...
News
May 19, 2014
Wally Boelkins, former owner and president of Unist, dies
Wally Boelkins, former owner and president of Unist in Grand Rapids, Mich., died May 2. He spent more than 40 years building the company, remaining...
Product
October 4, 2013
Handbook covers machining with MQL
Unist Inc. has published "The MQL Handbook," an introduction to machining with minimum quantity lubrication. The publication explains the basic...
News
May 3, 2012
Unist launches new website
Unist Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., has overhauled its website at www.unist.com. New features include easier access to product information and...
Spanish
April 27, 2012
¿Menos lubricante dacomo resultado un mejor aserrado?
El taller usa refrigerantes tradicionales de inmersión porque éstos hacen el trabajo: mantienen la producción funcionando y prolongan la vida de la hoja de la sierra. Sin embargo, no es el escenario más limpio (vea la Figura 1). El lubricante se rocía sobre la sierra y la pieza de trabajo. Se usa una combinación de trapos y cubetas para mantener el desorden bajo control, pero es algo muy difícil.
Article
November 7, 2011
Less lubricant results in better sawing?
For fabricators looking to reduce the amount of lubricant they use for sawing applications, lubricants designed for near- dry sawing may be the answer. These minimum quantity lubricants, as they are called, are designed to provide complete coverage of the blade with as small an amount as possible.
News
June 17, 2008
Unist names national sales manager
Unist Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., has promoted Mark Cooper to national sales manager of all of the company's products. He oversees support of the...
Article
October 9, 2007
Programmable lubricant application accelerates stamper's die changes
Red Rock Stamping, Chandler, AZ, airbag and seatbelt components manufacturer, looked for ways to improve its die change processes to handle the anticipated business volume increases. A lot of cleanup had been required around the machines as a result of the lubrication system. By installing a new fluid application system by UNIST, the stamper gained more control over the spray volumes and locations and reduced die change times. Fluid disposal was eliminated as well.
Article
September 11, 2007
Better lubricant control leads to better mandrel bends
In an effort to reduce the need for cleaning bent tube, fabricator R & B Wagner analyzed its operations and decided to change from manual lubricant application to an automated system. The result was that its lubricant consumption dropped 70 percent. So little lubricant was left on the bent parts that the company eliminated the cleaning step.
Article
August 8, 2007
Maintain precise control of fluids and lubricants application
UNIST Metalforming Lubrication Systems provide precise control of fluids and lubricants applied to coil and blank stock. Companies interested in...

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