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March 24, 2015
Coolant designed for pipe threading process
Quaker Chemical Corp. offers QUAKERCOOL® 750 TP coolant fluid for the pipe threading process. The mineral oil-free microemulsion provides lubrication, short-term corrosion protection, clean rinsing, and a wide water-quality tolerance. The... Read more...
December 11, 2014
Quaker Chemical launches website for fire-resistant hydraulic fluids
Quaker Chemical has introduced a new website at www.quintolubric.com for the QUINTOLUBRIC® fire-resistant hydraulic fluids.
The site lists Quaker’s Fluid Power products by hydraulic fluid category: HFA (high water content fluids), HFC... Read more...
November 3, 2014
AAK sells Binol biolubricants business to Quaker Chemical
AAK, Karlshamn, Sweden, has decided to sell its biolubricants business Binol to Quaker Chemical, Conshohocken, Pa., a provider of process fluids and chemical specialties.
Binol has for many years been run as an autonomous entity within AAK... Read more...
March 3, 2014
TUBE expo exhibitors agree that signs bode well for the coming year
Because tube and pipe are used in myriad applications, it’s not an exaggeration to say that size of the biennial TUBE ® expo in Düsseldorf, Germany, reflects the state of industry throughout the world. Construction equipment, agricultural... Read more...
October 7, 2013
Corrosion mechanisms, processes
As a metal fabricator, most of your focus is on changing the shape of a metal workpiece, whether you’re cutting, bending, end forming, piercing, notching, machining, or some other process. Most of these processes require an oil-,... Read more...
June 13, 2012
Update from Germany
“Oil and gas are the drivers right now,” said Karl Kunkel, global strategy director for Quaker Chemical Corp., commenting on the state of the tube and pipe industry. Quaker’s position as a global supplier of metalworking... Read more...
August 15, 2002
Understanding coating adhesion
Producers of tubular products used in oil field production, construction, and manufactured goods are responsible for manufacturing, storing, and shipping these materials to the end user free of rust and corrosion. This can be accomplished using... Read more...