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To anyone concerned with the use of lubricants the word additive is nowadays commonplace, but just what an additive is or what is meant by additive treatment is not so widely understood. Any attempt at a simple explanation would undoubtedly err on the side of understatement and leave a lot...
A NEW chain lubricator with some special features in manufacture and operation is now being made and marketed by Snowdon, Sons & Co., Ltd., 4, Chantrey House, Eccleston Street, London, S.W.I., who have spent considerable time, over a period of about thirty years, solving problems of incorrect...
Previous articles in this series appeared in our April, May and July issues and covered General Composition and Classification, Identification, and Testing respectively. This series will be enlarged to include more detailed information and will shortly be published in booklet form.
Two committees have been working for several years on the standardisation of Cutting Fluid nomenclature and summarised symbols which can be used by both the oil chemist and production men to avoid misunderstandings and yet present the clear simple truth of the subject matter. The material given...
The Industrial Chemicals Division of Cyanamid Products Ltd., Bush House, Aldwych, London, W.C.2. are producing in Britain a range of oxidation, corrosion and detergent additives, similar to those manufactured by their parent company the American Cyanamid Company and which have been widely known...
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