In solving industrial lubrication needs, various oil lubricants are used. With their use being based on the nature of the surface being oiled, specific ones play the discretionary role of reducing the wear and tear of the movable machine parts. However, the suitability of given oil in lubricating a specific machine part depends on a number of factor such as the nature and specifics of the material being lubricated, the temperatures of the specific part being lubricated as well as the usability of a specific lubricant in combination with other lubricants. For instance, some oils such as the mineral suspension based oils are more suitable for the high temperature part lubrication as opposed to the low heat tolerance organic oils.
On the other hand, other fluids are used as industrial coolants for various processes. Consequently, if used as coolants, these industrial fluids play an integral part of the specific industrial process as the process may be impossible to undertake without the use of the fluid. Therefore, the choice of a particular fluid for use in a given industry should also be guided by its ability to meet the usability criteria.
Lastly, there are other industrial fluids used as cleaners, metal working fluids, cutting fluids as well as undertaking of the various hydraulic processes. Thus, for various metal handling activities, the most suitable and manufacturer recommended industrial fluids should be used as this lead to optimal results being realized.