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The lubricating properties of a variety of metal surfaces interposed by a variety of lubricants can be derived to a great extent by a running test, accelerated by heavy loading, whereby friction, temperature and wear can be measured.
IT IS OF INTEREST TO RECALL THAT while B.S. 210, issued in 1924 was the first British Standard covering mineral lubricating oils, this was not the first time that the British Standards Institution had paid attention to the petroleum industry. Earlier, in 1921 and 1923 motor spirit and benzol had...
THE 1956 COMMERCIAL MOTOR SHOW WILL be officially opened at Earls Court, London, at midday on Friday, the 21st September, by the President of the Board of Trade.
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