Measuring report for water-miscible cooling lubricants
For optimum monitoring of your cooling lubricant!
Water-miscible cooling lubricants can change over time. Contaminants can include other oils or residues of cleaners on the workpiece or tool. According to DGUV regulation 109-003, it is absolutely necessary to make a control plan for a new preparation of water-miscible cooling lubricants and regular tests. This provides the user with a good overview of the measurement values. These are for example:
- machine name/description
- machine number
- filling quantity
- machining shape
- name of the cooling lubricant
- application concentration
- refractometer factor
- clerk/keeper of the data and information
Further information about the used mixing water should be included:
- nitrite value
- nitrate value
- hardness grade
In general, a separate measuring report should be kept for each individually filled machine in which the measured values are recorded once a week.