Is Minimum Quantity Lubrication Right for you?
Find out with the MQL Handbook.
Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) is nothing new. In fact, it's widely accepted in European machining where strict environmental regulation makes going green less of a choice and more of a fact of life for metalworkers. MQL has a proven track record in working just as well as, or better than, traditional flood coolants and without costly negative consequences like health hazards, disposal costs, pricey circulation equipment, and mess!
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In 1957 Mickey Mantle won his 2nd MVP, The Russians launched Sputnik, Buddy Holly and The Crickets recorded "That'll be the day", "Leave it to Beaver" debuted, Elvis starred in "Jailhouse Rock", and a small company, then named "Uni-Mist," got its start.
Unist's Senior Vice President examines the pros and cons of Minimum Quantity Lubrication and flood coolants.