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THE rerefining of used lubricating oil became established in Great Britain during the second world war and is now carried out by six main companies. The UK consumption of lubricating oils is about 1,150,000 tons per annum and only about 5 per cent of this is being recovered for further use. The...
MANAGEMENT is usually totally ignorant of the cost of storing and handling lubricants. A fight is often waged with the supplier to secure a reduction of a penny a gallon and yet, after delivery, ten or more times this amount is lost because no suitable equipment is provided. This article...
SOLID lubricants such as molybdenum disulphide and graphite have been incorporated in bonded lubricating films for some years, but work is constantly proceeding to develop improved products that provide reduced friction, less wear, are easier to use, or have other valuable features. One of the...
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