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Durahone HH Tube Honing oil 

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DURAHONE HH is a low-viscosity petroleum-based oil formulated expressly for the precision tube-honing operations of ferrous metals and alloys. Its blend of select

 hydrotreated aliphatic base-stocks compounded with highly refined sulfurized olefins and film strength additives yield an excellent tube-honing oil with superior

 performance properties.  The balanced additive system developed inthe field as well as the laboratory produce rapid stock removal rates and higher productivity.

DURAHONE HH provides longer hone life and supr finishes in the most demanding honing operations.


With a minimum flash point of 275F, DURAHONE HH minimizes the danger of incidents due to combustion or combustion vapors, thereby increasing operator health and


The effectiveness of its high-detergency characteristics protects against hone-loading while maintaining a very low evaporation rate  Honing oil composition and viscosity

 stay virtually constant.




bullet Superior Lubricant Quality to impart Free cutting.
bullet Minimum danger of combustion due to high flash-point and extremely low evaporation rate.
bulletHighly transparent (amber) to afford the machine operator full view of the work.
bullet Good flushing action.
bullet Reduced drag-out for lower oil consumption.
bulletRapid settling  of fines.
bullet Excellent Filterability.
bulletIncreased rate of stock removal.
bulletSuper surface finishes.



Item Number                             04256
Appearance                               Dark Amber
Flash Point, min. ( COC )F         275
Specific Gravity,  60 F  .84
Viscosity, SUS @ 100 F 80
Copper Corrosion (3 hrs @ 100 C) 3b
Anti-mist Present




DURAHONE OILS are available in 55 gallon steel drums, totes and bulk quantities.


Shipping / Storage Identification / Labeling:  
  -Hazard Class: Not Applicable  
  -DOT Identification:  Class 65  
  -DOT Shipping label:  Not Regulated By DOT  
  -OSHA Hazard ID:  Combustible Class IIIB (Flash Point >275F)  
Text Box: Per OSHA Std. 29 CFR 1910.1200: Read and understand the Material Safety Data Sheet before handling or disposing of this material.


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