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IN MAY 1960, the predecessor of this magazine, Scientific Lubrication, published an issue devoted to the subject of Hydraulic Systems and Oils, intending it to be of practical and theoretical value to all readers who design, manufacture, install or maintain hydraulic equipment. The articles...
A series of articles dealing, in as simple a way as possible, with the basic facts of lubrication, lubricants, their selection and prescription, specification, application, and testing. This series is primarily intended for students, engineering personnel who may be unfamiliar with certain...
The Eastern Region of British Railways are evaluating, on the tortuous 10 mile route between Liverpool Street and Chingford, methods of reducing flange wear on the wheels of multiple unit passenger trains. Among the greasing systems being studied is the EnotsVogel equipment designed for greasing...
MANUFACTURERS of modern gas engine compressors generally oppose the use of internal bypass relief valves in lubricating oil filters. The reason for this is that these relief valves allow dirty oil to be discharged into the bearing header with the risk of possible damage to the engine bearings.
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