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Found Quench Oil In Canada

Discussion in 'Canadian Suppliers' started by Matt Gordon, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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    [​IMG] I work for an industrial products supplier in Canada, today I found a supplier for a fast quench oil in Canada. The name of the oil is Wocoquench 1015, for 5 gallons the cost Is $200.00 CAD lead time is 14 days. We have 50 branches in Canada so if someone is interested to get some I could arrange to have it sent to a branch close to you for pick up or at the least cheaper shipping rates. I will attach the specs for this oil, so if anyone is interested please reach out to me and I will see what I can do for you.
     
  2. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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  3. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    Right on. And I never knew the word "quenchometer" existed. Learn something new everyday!
     
  4. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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    For you the closest branch is Motion Canada in nisku. You should build a quenchometer for the quenchant( all real words)
     
  5. John Noon

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    Tried to get that in Manitoba and they said no longer sold, good to hear otherwise
     
  6. John Noon

    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    Is there a equal to #50 parks a six second oil. the stuff you linked is 10.5 seconds and faster can be better for some steels
     
  7. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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    John

    I will check with them tomorrow and I will let you know what I find out
     
  8. BullseyeBlades

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    Matt, Is there anyone near Victoria that you can get some to?
     
  9. Matt Gordon

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    The closest branch to Victoria is nanamio, so you can pick up there or pay for shipping from there. Let me know if you are interested I will give you the # to call for payment and ordering
     
  10. BullseyeBlades

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    Yeah, that works. I will be up there the weekend of the 20th and could pick it up.
     
  11. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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    call Tristin Dolan at (780)979-6132 she is the one that will arrange the sale and payment,
     
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  12. BullseyeBlades

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    Thanks!
     
  13. BullseyeBlades

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    I was able to order it direct to my house, which was $10 less than to the closest distributor (Nanaimo). I'm looking forward to giving it a try. Thanks again for the lead Matt.
     
  14. BullseyeBlades

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    Just a heads up to those who are interested, I received my pail and was able to run about 30 knives though it so far. The knives come out very clean compared to Canola oil, and I generally have had great results with it. For some reason I'm getting more warps with this stuff compared to the Canola, but nothing I wasn't able to address during temper.
     
  15. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    More warps due to the faster rate of cooling when compared to canola perhaps?
     
  16. BullseyeBlades

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    I assume so, yes, but its supposed to be 10.5s, which isn't much different than canola if I recall correctly.
     
  17. Grayzer86

    Grayzer86 Active Member

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    Any word on the possibility of a faster oil more comparable to Parks 50?
     
  18. Matt Gordon

    Matt Gordon New Member

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    I am still trying to find a parks 50 replacement

    Sorry for the delay
     
  19. Rick Marchand

    Rick Marchand New Member

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    Houghton Quench K (7-9) is equivalent to Parks 50 (7-9)
    Wocoquench 1015(10.5) is equivalent to Parks AAA (9-11)

    I think that unless you are only quenching Hitachi Blue/White or shooting for those super dramatic hamon with W2, that this Wocoquench 1015 will be a great all around oil that will work from 1095 to O1 and L6.

    In other words, this is a great candidate for the "One Oil" that can do all.

    My line up will be..

    - Houghton Quench K, for the few steels that greatly benefit from it.
    - Wocoquench 1015, for just about any steel I use. (coming soon)
    - Brine/Water, For low carbon hammer heads and special projects that require the most dramatic quenches.
    - Canola, again a multipurpose oil that gives good results. I use it when demonstrating on locations where "eco-friendly" is key(outside/historic sites).
     
  20. Grayzer86

    Grayzer86 Active Member

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    Thank you for this Rick. I have been wanting to use more W2 but only have canola or brine, and I hate breaking blades. With stock thicknesses of 1/8 to 3/16, could I expect full hardening on W2 and 1095 with this 10.5 second oil? I have steered away from W2 because I have been told canola is too slow to fully harden it. I would occasionally be looking for some Hamons, but not anything super active like you would expect from Don Hanson or anything. More like a visible wavy transition.

    I mostly work with 80CrV2 and 5160 right now and canola has been working, but would like to explore other steels. I plate quench all my stainless, so that’s no concern. I also have some 52100 that I plan to use. Do you think this would also be a good oil for that? Thanks in advance Rick.
     

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