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The effectiveness of an oil filter and of the method in which it is employed is judged by the level of lubricating quality it maintains in the bearings and other sliding parts of the engine. The word quality here includes freedom from dirt particularly from those dirt particles which, by their...
WE ARE INDEBTED to Mr. J. K. Vose of MetropolitanVickers Electrical Co. Ltd., Motor Engineering Department, for the identification of the early oilrelease method mentioned in the paper Grease Bleeding by E. G. Ellis in our September issue. This method actually appeared in the first revision of...
The NEW ROLLSROYCE ALTITUDE TEST PLANT at Sinfin, Derby, was opened in September by the Prime Minister, The Rt. Hon. Harold MacMillan, P.C., M.P., and is designed to establish performance and characteristics of turbojet and turbopropellor engines at all operating altitudes and forward speeds...
ALBERT was by no means his cheery self, indeed Albert was a very worried young man and let this be the excuseif indeed one is neededfor his presence, at an unusually early hour of the December evening, moodily supping a tankard of well brewed hops and malt in the saloon bar of the Tacklers Arms....
A TEAM OF BRITISH STEELWORKS ENGINEERS visited Germany from Oct. 22nd to 25th to study lubrication practices and techniques in German steelworks. The tour was arranged by H. Peter Jost, Centralube Ltd., in conjunction with the lubrication section of Verein Deutscher Eisenhttenleute The German...
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