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Most catastrophic failures of machines result from improper lubrication. The cost of lubricants can be up to 10‐12 percent of the production cost an essential part of maintenance management, therefore it is essential that the optimization of lubricants is at the optimum. This paper decribes and...
The use of lubricants in food production and processing is widely known. Over time, the regulations and requirements for lubricants in food machinery have evolved to include a wide variety of product technology. This technology includes many synthetic based formulated lubricants. This paper will...
During the last ten years, a gradual conversion from mineral oil based hydraulic fluids to environmentally adapted lubricants (EALs), has taken place in the forest industry in Sweden. The current market share of the EALs is ca. 80 percent of the mobile hydraulic fluids utilised. The original...
This paper reviews the performance features of a new generation of industrial gear oils, developed for both mineral and synthetic base oils. These new products were designed to provide the highest levels of protection against the relatively new wear mechanism called micropitting. However, great...
One of the most promising synergistic compositions for use in high‐temperature lubricants comprises aromatic amine and an oil‐soluble alkali metal compound although action mechanism of this synergism is still questionable. The greatest efficiency of this additive pair is demonstrated for PEE...
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