Coating lubricant for cold massive forming

Examples of Application
·  Complex parts for cold massive forming

·  Steel
·  Stainless steel
·  Titanium

·  Aqueous suspension of solid lubricants
·  Produces very smooth surfaces
·  High forming degrees can be achieved

Characteristic data
·  Appearance : black


Evaporation residue

% 19.5 – 23


Density at 20 °C

g/cm3 1.08 – 1.15

CB-A-001 acc. to DIN 51757

Efflux time at 20 °C

s 30 – 45

CB-O-002 acc. to DIN ISO 2431/4

pH value

10.5 – 11.4 CB-A-025 acc. to DIN 51369


Instructions for use

·  Can be mixed with water in any ratio to adjust the desired service concentration

·  The required film thickness on the part surface depends on the desired degree of deformation and is adjusted via concentration

·  Residues can be easily removed with hot water

·  Protect from freezing

·  Application

– The surfaces of the blasted blank parts are coated by dip application

– Parts are coated in the coating bath at temperatures between 75 °C and 85 °C in intervals for five minutes. Afterwards, if required, the parts are dried by means of hot air in intervals

– The coating bath can be heated up to 90 °C under constant circulation