- Ford continues to expand the use of near-dry machining, also known as Minimum Quantity Lubrication or MQL, which considerably reduces water and oil use, and improves plant air quality by eliminating the airborne mist produced by traditional wet machining
- Ford now has six plants in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe that have implemented the MQL process
- MQL replaces the use of large quantities of conventional metal-working fluids and provides the same amount of lubrication with much less environmental waste
Ford Reduces Water And Oil Use In Plants Globally With Expansion Of Near-Dry Machining Technology
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