It is probably one of the most renowned physical principles: friction
generates heat. This is an unwanted byproduct in numerous applications.
Such an example can be found in separating manufacturing
processes. Material abrasion occurring in mechanical applications
leads to immense quantities of heat being generated between the
component and tool. This heat can also adversely affect both the
surface and properties of the component. Cooling lubricant facilitates
the removal of heat from the effective area as much as possible and
therefore changes the structure of the component and tool edge
layers. In order to ensure the ideal heat removal capacity of this
cooling lubricant, without affecting the processed material or generating
severe mist or fog and hindering the worker during the process,
extensive expertise is required in manufacturing the cooling lubricant.
Furthermore, utilizing real-time visualization and control systems
during the manufacturing of the cooling lubricant saves money and
makes an important contribution in protecting the environment.