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In the UK alone, approximately 2,000 million is spent each year on cutting fluids and oils. This is merely the cost of purchasing the material and does not include the sizeable sum required to pay for disposal of used fluids or any additives needed to support the fluids while in use.
THERE was a timeand still is in many caseswhen, to get a bearing onto a shaft meant applying large pressing forces, uncontrolled heat or the more basic techniques of hitting it with a hammer. Such methods often did more harm than good, with bearings being damaged and their lifespan shortened.
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