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The major steel works of the world have been the foremost industries to recognise the importance of correct lubrication. Whilst we appreciate their foresight and good sense and are particularly observant of the impetus that they have given to the subject of applied lubrication, we must not lose...
IN THEIR PAPER BEFORE THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS at Detroit, in January, 1958, J. K. Patterson and W. E Waddey, of the Esso Research and Engineering Company, showed from comparison of results of field and engine tests that present diesel engine tests for approving engine oils are not...
The illustration shows scaffolding erected for the inspection of the Catalytic Cracking Plant at the Fawley Refinery of the Esso Petroleum Company Ltd. This plant is shut down annually for a period of four to six weeks and the scaffolding is erected about six weeks beforehand. It is a good...
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