Habcool 344 Tapping Oil
A sulphur and chlorine free oil,
for tapping, threading, stamping, coining and production
machining of metal.
Designed to be used in the manufacture of electronic and
nuclear components where the presence of sulphur or chlorine
is not permitted.
- Guaranteed to contain no added
sulphur or chlorine. Designed for use on materials where
stress corrosion cracking may be a factor.
- Nonstaining - Completely nonstaining,
can be used on copper, silver, brass, or any metal where
may be undesirable.
- Transparent - HABCOOL 344 is transparent,
pleasant to work with, clings to tool, has no unpleasant
- High Flash Point - HABCOOL 344 presents
no hazards in the shop. Contains no solvents. Will not
High lubricating value
is a high quality lubricant and will not damage bearings
finish. Will not gum.
- Extends tool life
- Improves finishes
Suggestions for Use of Sulphur and Chlorine Free Oils
Machine reservoir, hose lines, tools, ways,
etc., must be thoroughly flushed with a sulphur and chlorine
free solvent to prevent contamination of HABCOOL 344.
Check with manufacturer to ascertain whether
lubricants now being used contain sulphur or chlorine, if
so, flush and change to sulphur and chlorine free lubricants.
Most gear oils of the "E.P." type are reinforced
with sulphur. Care should be taken to ensure that these oils
cannot leak into the cutting oil reservoir.
Tote pans and other containers used to store or
ship parts must be completely cleaned, if they have been
used for parts machined with sulphur oils.
Parts should be degreased in a sulphur and
chlorine free fluid. Fluid that has been used to degrease
parts machined with sulphur or chlorine oils should not be
Many rust preventives contain sulphur, switch
to sulphur free preventives.
The separation of sulphur and chlorine free oils
from regular lubricants must be maintained.
These suggestions will prevent contamination and the possible
rejection of parts. H & B Petroleum Company can supply
lubricants and rust preventives suitable for these applications.