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These articles have been written with the primary object of fighting fires in Power Stations and mainly those that can occur due to outbreaks from leaking lubricating oil systems and transformer and switch gear units. But the methods and equipment outlined are similarly applicable to all oil...
PREVIOUS articles in this series in our January, February, March and April issues have dealt with fundamental properties of gear lubricants, applications of gear lubricants, gear manufacturers' recommendations, etc.
MESSRS. JOSEPH BATSON & CO. LTD., Tipton, Staffs, have recently completed a new oil blending plant which enables them to offer to the Industrial Midlands technical service and speedy deliveries that are second to none. The lubricating oil company commenced business in 1840 when Joseph Batson...
Points of interest to our readers have been selected, below, from most of the papers presented at the second part of the recent Symposium on MetalWorking Oils organised by the Institute of Petroleum. Extracts from papers in the first part dealing with metal cutting were given in our April issue.
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