Oemeta with offensive for more sustainability

19-Aug-2022 - Germany
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"Aligning all activities to be more sustainable has become a structured heart project for us, which we pursue with great meticulousness and care." Agnes Waterstrat, Division Manager Marketing and Sales National at Oemeta Chemische Werke (symbol image).

The trade fair appearance of the cooling lubricant manufacturer Oemeta Chemische Werke at AMB this year is themed on sustainability. In addition to the water-miscible cooling lubricant ESTRAMET S 77 for demanding machining and the mineral oil-free, ester-based HYCUT system, the two digital innovations logyc software and logyclab provide fluid management and monitoring in the use of cooling lubricants. All of this together underscores the manufacturer's sustainability offensive. With its orientation towards the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, Oemeta is assuming a responsible leadership role in the development and manufacture of cooling lubricants.

Head of Marketing and Sales National at Oemeta Chemische Werke GmbH. The innovations that the manufacturer is showing at AMB should also be viewed in this context. First and foremost, two digital innovations for fluid management and monitoring in the use of cooling lubricants show how transparency, information and analyses can improve processes and significantly extend the service life of cooling lubricants and tools.

With logyc software and logyclab, users receive both a flexible, cloud-based control tool and a monitoring unit for automated analyses of cooling lubricants, hydraulic oils and other industrial fluids in machining production. In order to work efficiently and sustainably in machining processes over the long term, it is important to keep a constant eye on the condition of the cooling lubricants and fluids - regardless of whether turning, milling, drilling or grinding is taking place. Regular measurements and analyses of the fluids are necessary here.

Product design contributes to greater sustainability

ESTRAMET S77 impressively demonstrates that the top cooling lubricants also have convincing sustainability qualities. It is a mineral oil-free, water-miscible cooling lubricant made from synthetic ester oils. It was developed for demanding machining processes and shows its strengths particularly in high-alloy steels as well as aluminum and titanium alloys. The powerful and durable coolant is free of mineral oil, boron and formaldehyde as well as fungicide and active sulfur. The fact that it greatly improves process quality and tool life with almost unbelievable performance has been confirmed by an independent test authority.

The oils in the HYCUT system are also ester-based. That alone is sustainable. They are compatible with each other as machining oils, cooling lubricants or cleaners and can thus save intermediate cleaning processes, for example. A crankshaft manufacturer thus saves three intermediate washers that would have had to be installed with conventional media. This not only significantly reduces investment costs, it also saves water and disposal costs.

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