Product Category: Corrosion Inhibitors
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Creation of new shapes/designs and materials of construction in the metal working process often results in high friction, high temperature and tool wear. Vanderbilt Chemicals, LLC provides specialized additives to meet these new demands being placed on the metalworking lubricant. Our range of high performance corrosion inhibitors can minimize the ferrous and non-ferrous alloys corrosion by water. We also offer a wide range of extreme pressure, friction reducer and antiwear additives to enhance lubricity and extreme pressure performance and thereby reduce friction and wear between cutting tool and work piece.
VANCHEM NATD is a corrosion inhibitor and metal deactivator for nonferrous metals in aqueous systems.
A copper passivator, corrosion and rust inhibitor of the film-forming type.
Used in petroleum and synthetic lubricants as a multifunctional rust and corrosion inhibitor. VANLUBE 704S is a synergistic blend of polar additives capable of forming films or complexes on metal surfaces.
VANLUBE® 8912 E
VANLUBE 8912 E is an oil-soluble calcium sulfonate with excellent rust-inhibiting and water-resistant properties.
VANLUBE® 601 E
VANLUBE 601 E is a copper passivator, corrosion and rust inhibitor of the film-forming type.
Corrosion Inhibitor Metal Deactivator
CUVAN™ 313 is an excellent corrosion inhibitor for a wide variety of lubricating oils.
CUVAN 484 is an ashless oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor and metal deactivator for non-ferrous metals, particularly for copper.
CUVAN 826 is an ashless oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor and metal deactivator for non-ferrous metals, particularly for copper.
NSF Certified: HX-1, 138995 - CUVAN 303 is an oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor and metal deactivator for lubricants, greases, and metalworking fluids.
VANCHEM DMTD common reactions are double decomposition reactions with soluble metal salts, salt formation with alkaline metal hydroxides, oxidation reactions involving mercaptans, addition reactions with organic compounds containing activated double bonds, reactions with epoxy groups, reactions with aldehydes and alcohols, salt formation with amines and ammonia and reactions with acyl chlorides.