Heat is the most destructive force in percussive drills
We use high temperature polar esters to handle temperatures found in percussive drills
Kinetic energy developed in percussive drills creates temperatures in excess of 590F (310C) in areas around the piston. Conventional rock drill oils begin to break down and form carbon at temperatures in excess of 390F. (199C). Liquid Shield polar esters are tolerant of heat up to 600F (315C). Evidence of heat buildup in percussive drills is demonstrated by carbon on parts, galling and scoring of steel components. Service life is reduced by uncontrolled heat buildup. Polar lubricants are negatively charged particles that adhere to steel, which is positively charged, like a magnet. This causes the rock drill oil to adhere tenaciously to tool parts, ensuring reliable, consistent protection against wear. It also reduces oil's tendency to atomize in compressed air.
Reduces oil fog
Liquid Shield rock drill oils cling to tool steel minimizing the amount of oil that is atomized into compressed air. As conventional RDOs heat up, they lose viscosity and atomize more easily.
Our polar rock drill oils produce a cleaner working environment as most oil stays on the tool rather than in the air. Carbon formation is greatly reduced and black face and hands are minimized.
Reduces stress on lungs
Liquid Shield protects workers lungs by minimizing the amount of oil that is exhausted into the work area. Also, particles tends to be much larger, and drop out of the exhaust air fairly rapidly.
Reduces slips caused by fog
Oil fog settles everywhere, creating slippery surfaces. Liquid Shield rock drill oils minimize the quantity of oil that becomes airborne. most oil adheres to the leg.
Liquid Shield rock drill oils strongly adhere to all surfaces of the tool providing consistent wear protection. They remain on the parts for prolonged times, ensuring that tools are adequately lubricated on startup.
Water / Ice Rejection
Liquid Shield rock drill oils create a slippery film on metal parts that water and ice cannot adhere to, but are simply blown out of the exhaust of the tool. Tool freeze up is a costly and time wasting problem that is eliminated by Liquid Shield polar rock drill oils.
Polar fluids adhere tenaciously to steel surfaces enabling extreme pressure additives to perform as barriers against wear, rather than being displaced by high velocity air, which is often mixed with water. A major advantage of Liquid Shield lubricants is that they are not displaced by water. See our Polar oil on the left compared to conventional oil on the right.
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Liquid Solutions has been in the polar lubricant blending business since 1998. We maintain an efficient cost structure that enables us to produce top quality Canadian made products at low prices. Most of our customers have been with us for over 20 years! Our facilities include environmentally friendly battery operated material handling equipment, blenders, custom vinyl label printing, and bottle sealing equipment.
Raw materials for most products are in stock on a regular basis, and turn around time for most orders is 1 week or less.
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4 / 8 / 20 Litres
Standard packaging in tamper evident 4 / 8 / 20 litre containers
Drums / Totes
Available in 55 US Gallon and 205 litre steel drums, as well as 1000 litre poly totes.
Non regulated for WHMIS and TDG. No problem shipping to any North American destination.
Low hazard rating.
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