Cutting Fluid Data:


Cutting Fluid Type            
Fluid Oil Concentration        % (Vol.)
Cutting Fluid flow rate        liters/min
Fluid Inlet Temperature        C
Jet Nozzle Diameter            mm
Height of Jet above Workpiece  mm
Fluid System Capacity          liters.


Turning Process Data:

Workpiece Material            
Spindle Speed                  rpm
Diameter of Workpiece          mm
Length of Workpiece            mm
Feed Rate                      mm/rev  
Depth of Cut                   mm


Cutting Tool Data:

Cutting Tool Material Type    
Nose Radius                    mm
Lead Angle                     deg.
End Cutting Edge Angle         deg.
Side Rake Angle                deg.
Back Rake Angle                deg. 


Fluid System Data:


Capital Cost of Fluid System    $
Life of Fluid System            Years
Direct Labor                    workers      
Labor Cost                      $/man hr.
Make up Concentrate added       liter/week
Cost of Additives               $/week
Total Energy Cost               $/week


Fluid Treatment Data:

Treatment Cost Information: Treatment Type Flow Cost $ per cubic meter BOD Cost $/kilogram FOG Cost $/kilogram Nitrate Cost $/kilogram Phosphate Cost $/kilogram
MUNICIPAL SEWER DISPOSAL COSTS:

Municipality Sewer Discharge Rate liters/week Sedimentation? Oil Flotation? Biological Roughing? Secondary Treatment? Tertiary Treatment? Current Weekly Discharge liters/week


Health Hazard Doses and Effects:

1. Oral Toxicity

LD50:Effect:
No data available

2. Inhalation Toxicity(ACGIH TLV)

LC50:Effect:
No data available

3. Eye Irritation

Dose:Effect:
No data available

4. Dermal Irritation

Dose:Effect:
No data available

5. Flammability

UEL-LEL(%):Flash Point(F):
No data available

6. Reactivity

Reacts with:

No data available

7. Carcinogenicity

No data available



Site Specific Data for Health Hazard Calculation:

A. FACILITIES
1. Are windows present in the vicinity of the worksite? Yes. No. 2. Is natural ventilation present? Yes. No. 3. Is there mist collection equipment present? Yes. No. 4. Are fluids stored very close to the process? Yes. No. B. MACHINE CONDITIONS
1. Are machines covered or enclosed? Yes. No. 2. Is the cutting fluid flow continuous? Yes. No. 3. Is there severe oil leakage from the machine? Yes. No. C. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
1. Are splash guards present around the machine? Yes. No. 2. Are solid particulates collected by a vacuum process? Yes. No. D. PROTECTIVE GEAR
1. Do employees wear work clothes or aprons? Yes. No. 2. Is the work clothing fire retardant? Yes. No. 3. Is it mandatory to wear gloves and boots? Yes. No. 4. Are eye glasses mandatory? Yes. No. 5. Is it mandatory to wear a breathing mask? Yes. No. 6. Do the workers wear gas impermeable suits? Yes. No. E. SITE PRACTICE
1. Is the workplace thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis? Yes. No. 2. Are the workers continuously within 10 feet of the process? Yes. No. 3. Is human health and safety monitored on a regular basis? Yes. No. 4. Do workers handle or remove waste? Yes. No.