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ArroChem’s Lard Oil EWS is a high-quality, premium-grade lard-based lubricant formulated for use in various industrial applications. It is a natural, non-toxic lubricant with excellent lubricating properties, providing enhanced performance and protection to machinery and equipment. Lard Oil EWS is suitable for applications where environmentally friendly and biodegradable lubricants are required.

General Characteristics:

Appearance:

Ionic Nature:              

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Specific Gravity:   

 

 

Clear, light-yellow liquid

Non-ionic

Insoluble

~0.915 g/cm³ at 20°C (68°F)

 

Application:

Lard Oil EWS is suitable for a wide range of industrial and mechanical applications, including but not limited to the following:

  • Metal Forming: Used as a lubricant for metal forming and stamping operations, reducing friction and extending tool life.
  • Textile Industry: Applied as a lubricant in textile machinery to ensure smooth operation and prevent wear.
  • Woodworking: Suitable for use in woodworking applications, such as sawing and planing, to reduce heat and extend tool lifespan.
  • Food Machinery: Applicable in the food processing industry for lubricating equipment, complying with regulations for incidental food contact.

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