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METHODS of applying lubricating oils vary widely in type and purpose but can be classified into two main groups, viz.
In this series of articles, the author reviews some of the problems involved in the lubrication of modern automobiles and suggests how the use of additive treated oils can assist in their solution. Later parts will cover fuels, oil consumption and drain periods, transmission lubricants, chassis...
INTERESTING lubrication applications are involved in the production of heavy precision forgings by means of two new 35,000ton and 50,000ton hydraulic presses recently installed at the Cleveland works of Aluminium Company of America, who are operating the plant on behalf of the U.S. Air Force....
CHLOROFLUOROCARBON OILS are composed of carbon, fluorine and chlorine, and consist of a complex mixture of closely connected compounds. Their most important property in lubrication is their outstanding resistance to chemical attack. These lubricants are being manufactured in this country by...
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