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Rust Preventive Oils

Rust Preventive Oils (Dewatering Fluids) Rust Oil (D.W. - 36) : Water-Displacing Solvent-Based Rust Preventative & Forming Oil

Description : D.W. - 36 is a general purpose dewatering fluid its unique characteristics also make it suitable for many specialized applications (such as a "semi-vanishing" type forming lubricant,) the good coverage of this product renders it ideal for most routine dewatering operations. Upon evaporation of the solvent, this product leaves an ultra-thin, non-skid film that provides excellent protective properties for medium to long term storage.

  • Protection on cold rolled steel shipments.
  • De-watering and rust proofing wet metal parts.
  • Forming, piercing, punching thin metal parts.

  • Excellent dewatering properties
  • Can be used on most painted, as well as unpainted surfaces, wet or dry
  • Extremely thin, dry film prevents water stains and white rust
  • Easy cleaning, extends tank life
  • Provides corrosion protection and lubricity needed for light forming operations
  • Ultra-thin; non-skid film promotes worker safety

Characteristics :
  • Unit Test Method Value
  • Appearance - Amber liquid
  • Specific Gravity @ 60°F- 0.94 - 0.96
  • Film Type - Greasy
  • Dewatering- Yes

User Advice :
  • Caution
  • Improperly cleaned (dirty parts) that consist of heavy oil or organic residues may result in spotting on finished products

Recommended Applications & Dilutions :
  • For best results, D.W. - 36 should be applied by dipping, especially if water displacement is needed. Spraying or flow coating is also acceptable if properly functioning.