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Readers will remember previous contributions by Mr. Tong in which he tells of some of the difficulties he encounters in his work with engines in remote overseas stations, and the practical ways in which he overcomes them.
In many types of plant and machinery the lubricating systems in use make possible the recovery of the used oil in bulk, and when desired this oil may be treated, or renovated, and put back into use. It is not suggested that it is possible by any method of renovation to convert a used oil to its...
The selection of oils for various textile uses has been improved to no small extent in recent years with the advent of selfemulsifying petroleum oils. While the textile field is broad, and includes cottons, rayons, and cordage fibres, besides woollens and worsted fabrics, all of these are today...
The mobile greasing and servicing plant illustrated has been made for the Anglo Iranian Oil Company's use on the Isle of Grain, Kent, by Equipment Repairs Limited, 1920 The Viaduct, Alperton, Mddx. It is capable of providing all lubricating servicing over the whole of this very big refinery and...
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