Rolling is a metal forming process which metal stock is passed through a roll system. Firstly, an initial breakdown of an ingot or a continuously cast slab is achieved by hot rolling. Afterwards, sheets, strips and foils are cold rolled to attain dimensional accuracy and high-quality surface finishes. At cold rolling step, lubrication is essential and clean burn is very important. Nowadays market tend to demand high quality steel. Rolling mills tend to be faster, which means better lubricity is needed, with lower consumption and cleaner strip. Mills are increasingly looking to the oil supplier to cope with contaminants due to filtration is expensive.

Formulation Components

Base Oil (Natural esters and synthetic esters) Film formers/wetting
Lubricity boosters (Complex esters) Water Modifier
Anti-oxidants Emulsifiers
Corrosion inhibitors Contaminant control
Phosphorous additives Biocides
Sulphur additives


  • Cooling
  • Tramp oil rejection
  • Clean burn annealing characteristics
  • Controlled lubrication
  • Minimize roll wear (protect surface roughness)
  • Reduce wear of metal surface (reduce iron fines generation)
  • Reduce mill loads and power consumption
  • Control mill chatter and vibration
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Improve smell reduction
  • Increase productivity
  • Filtration cost savings
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