The selection of cutting fluids must be evaluated comprehensively. To correctly evaluate the economics of cutting fluids, in addition to considering the purchase price of cutting fluids, it is also necessary to consider the management costs of cutting fluid manufacturers, the cost of cutting tool wear, the productivity of the cutting process, the life cycle of cutting fluids, and environmental pollution Waste liquid treatment fees for cutting fluids, etc. In the total production cost of the processed products, the cost of cutting fluid only accounts for a small part, even if the high-end cutting fluid that is more expensive is selected,
Cutting fluid prices
The impact on the increase of regular processing costs will not be too great, but due to improved processing performance, improved product quality, extended tool life, etc., it can bring significant economic benefits. The following table describes the use of traditional cutting fluids and Shell's production Cost comparison of cutting fluid for cutting. As can be seen from the table, although the use of Shell cutting fluids has increased by 50% compared to the price of traditional cutting fluids, due to improved cutting efficiency and extended tool life, the total cost of processing has been reduced by 53% and 65%, respectively. The overall economy Benefits have improved significantly. Therefore, in production, we should choose cutting fluids with good performance as much as possible to obtain better benefits.