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In this series of articles the author has revieiced some of the problems involved in the lubrication of modern automobiles and has suggested how the use of additivetreated oils can assist in their solution. Previous parts appeared in the December, January, February and April issues.
MAKERS OF STATIONARY GAS TURBINES for industrial uses claim that the lubricating cost of mediumsize power units ranges between 1 and 2 of the fuel costs. Comparative figures for average Diesel engines are 5 to 10. These savings have an effect on the total running cost economy. Detailed oil...
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