(I don't know if this is the right forum to post this)
Has anyone heard of Seafose?http://www.pgsefose.com/
It is made by Proctor and Gamble Chemicals.
It is suppose to be some type of synthetic industrial lubricant.
3. Lubricant Application: What makes Sefose unique? How does it improve current lubricants?
a. The polarity is what provides the unique characteristics of Sefose that make it an ideal lubricant.
b. Sefose has a very polar molecular structure, so it attracts to metal like a magnet. The polar lubricant lines up along exposed surfaces of the metal.
c. Traditional petroleum-based oils are not polar and therefore are easily “squeegeed away.” So it is necessary to continually replace the oil to maintain a film of the coolant between the tool and the work piece. This causes/drives overuse and tool failure. Use of Sefose in this instance would potentially decrease the amount of lubricant consumed and add to longevity of tool use.