First step is to call or email an AFI representative. He or she will ask some questions to understand your product needs. If we do not have exactly what you are looking for then we will talk with our formulation department to see if a custom product is the right choice for you.
Proper lubrication, cooling and corrosion inhibition are all very important factors in maintaining tool life and providing good workpiece finish, while proper fluid additives like biocides, wetting agents, and emulsifiers are necessary in maintaining a clean workplace and providing fluid longevity. A metalworking fluid will save time and money in almost all metalworking operations. With the vast number of alloys and high speed cutting and forming operations in use today, the need for specific and careful formulation is paramount to high quality and cost effective production. Advanced Fluids Inc. offers an expansive variety of products that will work in nearly all metalworking operations. Wonder how it all works? Take a look…
Once you find what you are looking for, our staff will check our inventory to see if it can be shipped same day. If not, our blenders will get to work making your precisely engineered coolant as fast as possible. Most orders can be placed and then mixed within two days depending on order size. Once your product is made, it undergoes a series of quality control tests to ensure you are getting the best we have to offer.
Once your product is ready, our warehouse staff begins to get it ready for shipping. Products are shipped in either 1, 5, 55, or 275 gallons and can be palleted and wrapped. Once products are ready, packaged and labeled, one of our staff does a secondary check to ensure the right product is ready for shipping. Our office staff then prepares the proper paperwork to get the order shipped out as fast as possible.
Before or soon after your product arrives an AFI representative will send you your final invoice. If requested, TDS, SDS and product instructions can be sent out. All of our coolants are received as concentrates. Never add water to concentrate, only add concentrate to water.