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It is an indisputable fact that much of the plant in the ferrous and nonferrous rolling industriesmills, tables, cranes and so onis, from modern standards, far from efficient.
The Aluminium Company of America have recently investigated the catalytic effect of several metals on the oxidation of lubricating oils and have found that aluminium alloys and stainless steel have only a very slight or no effect in contrast with copper and lowcarbon steel which very definitely...
Part One in this series appeared in our June issue and dealt with early and more recent investigations which have proved the importance of wire rope lubrication. Part Two July issue covered the duties and properties of wire rope lubricants.
There are so many trade exhibitions held from time to time in and out of London, that the opinion has frequently been expressed that there are too many of them. The business man is unable to take days off to visit all of them, and must select the ones that he considers will be most profitable to...
Our previous article in this series dealt with cutting oils generally, the types and purposes in common use. We will now detail the principal properties required by a cutting oil, noting in each case the type of cutting oil to which each property has the greatest importance.
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