Water Soluble Oils
FormAll water soluble drawing compounds contain emulsifying agents that allow the oil to form a stable mixture with water. Lamson FormAll water soluble oils are divided into two categories, chlorine based lubricants and chlorine free lubricants. Both types of lubricants form a stable mixture with water.
Diluting with water reduces the cost and increases the cooling power far beyond that of a straight oil. Since these lubricants mix with water, cleanup of the parts and work area are much easier.
These oils were the first types of lubricants used in
the stamping industry and are still widely used today.
They are reliable and economical.
Lamson Oil's new line of environmentally safe water
soluble lubricants contain no chlorine or active sulfur.
These oils are specially formulated to resist staining
even in high humidity. In most cases parts can go
straight to welding or annealing without pre-cleaning.