Evaluating the Behavior of Cutting Oils in Cleaning Solutions
Cutting oils are emulsionable fluids extensively used in metalworking operations. The optimization of the cleaning processes aimed at removing oily residues demands a deeper understanding of the physical/chemical interaction of oils with our detergents. In this work, we analyze the behavior of different cutting oils on our detergents by evaluating the physical separation of phases and the emulsification efficiency. This study highlights the need for a step of pre-degreasing to avoid the saturation of the solutions intended to emulsify the oil.
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