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Boelube Products

BOELUBE® - A Boeing developed lubricant for use in any  workshop

Produced under license from Boeing Management Company. BOELUBE® is among the trademarks owned by BOEING. These products represent a family of proprietary lubricants developed through Boeing manufacturing operations and lubricant experience. The Orelube Corporation holds an exclusive worldwide license from Boeing Management Company to manufacture and market the BOELUBE® series of lubricants.

BOELUBE® fights friction at the interface of the cutting edge and work piece. The reduction of friction at these surfaces minimises heat generation and concurrent chip weld. Tools retain their cutting edge longer, leading to closer tolerances and prime chip yield. BOELUBE® is available in:

The choice of which physical form to use will depend on the operation, material type, speeds and feed rates.

Manufactured from personal care ingredients, BOELUBE® is non-toxic, non-irritating and environmentally safe. MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets are available on all the BOELUBE® Products. A handy link to these is located on each of the different product pages. BOELUBE® is non-corrosive, non-flammable, chemically stable, and free of halogens, heavy metals, sulphur, phosphorus, silicone, petroleum and paraffin wax.

Applications include Abrasive Belts, Bending, Cold Working, Deburring, Drilling, Drop Hammer, Forming, Grinding, Milling, Punching, Reaming, Routing, Sawing and Tapping.

BOELUBE® – “A Better Way”

Produced under license from Boeing Management Company.  BOELUBE ®  is among the trademarks owned by BOEING . These products represent a family of proprietary lubricants developed through Boeing manufacturing operations and lubricant experience. The Orelube Corporation holds an exclusive worldwide license from Boeing Management Company to manufacture and market the BOELUBE® series of lubricants.

NQ Engineering & Fabrication  holds an exclusive distributor right to market and distribute the BOELUBE® series of lubricants throughout Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea .

Unique Chemistry Manufactured from personal care ingredients, BOELUBE® is non-toxic, non-irritating and environmentally safe. BOELUBE® is non-corrosive, non-flammable, chemically stable, and free of halogens, heavy metals, sulphur, phosphorus, silicone, petroleum and paraffin wax. BOELUBE® does not contain any ingredients considered a hazardous substance by OSHA, WHMIS, IARC, NTP, and State Regulatory Lists. Refer to Material Safety Data Sheets for additional information.

High Efficiency Lubrication - High lubricity and unique polar properties are the keys to its ability to provide superior metalworking lubrication.The application of minute amounts of BOELUBE® , which is consumed in the metalworking process, will greatly improve tool life , surface finish and hole quality. BOELUBE® provides superior lubricity when machining materials such as aluminium and titanium where high quality finish and increases of 200% or more in tool life is observed. Cost savings are derived through longer tool life, increased productivity, reduced lubricant usage, lower shop maintenance costs, and clean chips, parts and machinery.

Advantages - BOELUBE® will not promote dermatitis and presents a safe effective method for operators to machine various types of metal, composites, graphite, etc. without special handling or typical disposal problems. 
BOELUBE® is easily removed with water-based cleaner, isopropyl alcohol or denatured alcohol. In most cases BOELUBE® does not have to be removed prior to heat treat, and may be compatible with paints and sealants (testing is recommended and should be performed). BOELUBE® may also be left on the work piece for subsequent machining or as a corrosion inhibitor . 

Application - BOELUBE® is available in Liquid, Paste, Solid and Water-Soluble form. Applications include Abrasive Belts, Bending, Cold Working, Deburring, Drilling, Drop Hammer, Forming, Grinding, Milling, Punching, Reaming, Routing, Sawing and Tapping. The choice of which physical form to use will depend on the operation, material type, speeds and feed rates.