Quenching Oil 32 Parks AAA Alternative
£56.40 – £360.00
Quenching Oil 32 Parks AAA Alternative is a widely used quench oil for 01 Tool Steel. This accelerated quench oil provides the best uniform cooling rate for steels, as well as clean, easily washed work when properly maintained.
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Quenching Oil 32 Parks AAA Alternative is a widely used quench oil for 01 Tool Steel. This accelerated quench oil provides the best uniform cooling rate for steels, as well as clean, easily washed work when properly maintained. This product is best used for the hobbyist as it has a more controlled quench. For the professional our Quench 50 will give you a quicker harder result.
- ISO 32 – BEST VISCOSITY FOR GENERAL PURPOSE METAL HARDENING INCLUDING O1 TOOL STEEL.
- PARKS AAA QUENCH Alternative, MATCHING SPECS
- 25 LITRE CAN OR 205LITR BARREL DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR
- SUITABLE FOR CIRCULATORY SYSTEMS AS WELL AS DROP QUENCHING
If you prefer a quicker quench try the Quenching Oil 50 (designed to be a Parks #50 Equivalent)
Frequently asked Questions About Quenching Oil 32 Parks AAA Alternative
What is a quenching oil?
Quench oil serves two primary functions. First of all it facilitates hardening of steel by controlling heat transfer during quenching. The second is that it enhances wetting of steel during quenching. Furthermore to minimize the formation of undesirable thermal and transformational gradients, these may lead to increased distortion and cracking.
How do you harden steel at home?
Medium carbon steel may become slightly tougher, although it cannot be harden to the point where it cannot be filed or cut with a hacksaw (the classic test of whether steel has been hardened). If steel is heated until it glows red, and is then quenched in clean water immediately, it becomes very hard but also brittle. Rye Oil Ltds Quenching oil controls the quench stopping it from before brittle.
What is quenching process?
You can use this oil for Quench hardening is a mechanical process in which steel and cast iron alloys are strengthened and hardened. These metals consist of ferrous metals and alloys. This is done by heating the material to a certain temperature, depending on the material.