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Master Fluid Solutions Launches HyperSol 888NXT for Aerospace Applications
July 6, 2020
Global leader in metalworking fluids, Master Fluid Solutions, has launched a new product tailored to the unique and complex needs of the aerospace industry.
HyperSol 888NXT is a formula that was created specifically for machining hard metals like titanium, stainless steel, and nickel-based alloys such as Inconel®, which are commonly used in aerospace applications. The premium-grade water-soluble metalworking fluid replaces soluble oils that contained harmful sulfur molecules, which caused corrosion, created odor, and damaged the metal being machined.
HyperSol 888NXT was designed to be operator- and machine-friendly. Master Fluid Solutions’ industry-leading R&D team spent several years testing different combinations of ingredients and formulations to create this fluid, which provides the much-needed lubricity, improved machine life, and safer working conditions that the aerospace industry demands.
“After a lot of testing, we’re pleased to release a metalworking fluid that can act like a soluble oil but without the drawbacks,” said John Treese, director of global training at MFS. “Customers in all highly technical industries that face a challenge in improving productivity and machined part quality with tight tolerance specifications can leverage the superior technology built into this product.”
HyperSol 888NXT is a patented, neo-synthetic precision machining fluid that is designed to pass aerospace approval testing requirements. It delivers low foam, low odor, and a long lifespan in the sump and meets stringent environmental regulations.
“We took a very thoughtful approach to creating Hypersol 888 NXT to make sure it didn't just meet technical requirements. Instead, we listened to our partners in aerospace and designed a cutting fluid that would help them meet their evolving needs: better first pass part quality, less waste, and higher productivity” said Ahmed Tahir, global vice president of strategy and marketing.