Cold Rolling Oils2018-03-29T16:14:18+00:00


Mill Conditioners

Specialty cleaners and corrosion and rust inhibitor used in the last stand of a multiple stand mill; used as a last stand cleaner in tandem mills; remove rolling debris and oxidized organic compounds generated by the rolling process.

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Cold Rolling Oils

Specialty lubricants designed for the cold reduction of steel sheet sold to the container, automotive, and appliance industries; contain full synthetics, semi-synthetics and fully natural products with lubricant delivery systems that include nonionic, anionic, cationic, amphoteric and polymeric technologies. Used to effectively reduce a multitude of steel alloys to the gauge and shape required.

Non-Ferrous Rolling Lubricants

Specialty lubricants for the reduction of non-ferrous metals (i.e. aluminum, copper, brass, zinc, etc.). Provides corrosion and stain protection for multiple alloys. Used in emulsion and neat oil applications.

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Double Cold Reduction Lubricants

Specialty water-emulsifiable lubricants used in the secondary reduction of tinplate. Commonly referred to as DCR or 2CR lubricants.



Specialty lubricants designed to handle the extreme light gauges during tin cold rolling while maintaining the high cleanliness standards needed for further downstream processes. These products contain a range of base industrial lubricants that include synthetic and natural esters and a variety of delivery systems depending on the specific system requirements.

Synthetic Rolling Oils

Designed for both sheet and tin rolling operations. High performance synthetic ester-based rolling oil developed for high lubricity applications with excellent cleanliness after annealing and galvanizing lines. Quaker’s premium esters offer exceptional lubrication and evaporative qualities. The cationic emulsifier package provides a high level of consistent and even wetting, as well as, superior iron fines handling

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Semi-Synthetic Rolling Oils

Designed for both sheet and tin rolling operations. The cationic emulsifier system is flexible for optimum performance at a broad range of concentrations. It is used to maximize rolling performance as well as provide good burn-off in annealing. This formula has been designed to be compatible with downstream processes in tinning, hot dipped galvanizing, and batch annealing.