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Lubrication Technology for Metalformers
 advanced ultra-high-strength steels and aluminum alloys require different lubricant considerations. Determining which lubricant to use requires a full review of the variables to help deter- mine the best product for the process. This presentation reviews a proven methodology for selecting the right metalforming lubricant based on the substrate.
Chris Fletcher, Product Specialist, and Bob Anderson, Product Specialist—Senior Sales Engineer, Tower Metalworking Fluids
Lubricant Strategies for Lightweighting
The use of lighter-weight metals plays an important role in the auto- motive industry’s strategy to improve fuel efficiency and passenger safety in vehicles. This presentation discusses some of the effects these metals have on stampings, and lubricant technolo- gies that can help.
Paul Bosler, Product Manager, Fuchs Lubricants
A Metalformer's Green Initiative Turns Waste Oil Into a Moneymaker
This presentation discusses con- servation during the lubricant-appli- cation process, as well as reclaiming, processing and reusing waste oil to gain a financial advantage. Other top- ics to be addressed include regulatory hurdles, and being "green" by avoiding the introduction of waste oils into the environment.
Nate Moore, Maintenance and Facilities Manager, Talan Products Inc.
Regulations Impacting the Metal Forming Industry in North America
This presentation addresses global regulations such as the Global Harmo- nized Standard (GHS) and regional reg- ulations such as California's Proposi- tion 65 and the SCAQMD's VOC directive. North American regulations affecting the use of specific metalwork- ing-fluid additives such as chlorinated paraffins also will be reviewed.
Patrick Brutto, Principal, Faith-
Full MWF Consulting; Neil Canter, Principal, Chemical Solutions
Day 2
Optimizing the Lubricant-Application Process
Proper lubrication often is over- looked as a contributor to lowering costs, improving quality and achiev- ing higher throughput. Yet, a proper lubrication-management solution can yield significant savings. This pres- entation illustrates how inconsistency in lubrication mixing and application can adversely affect operations and also illustrates the benefits of precise, accurate and controllable lubrication delivery and application. Case histo- ries detailing improvements at com- panies that have transitioned from manual to automated systems will be presented.
Troy Turnbull, President, Industrial Innovations
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