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The Nordic marketplace, and in particular the Swedish market, is a sizeable part of the world market for environmentally adapted lubricants (EALs). The largest segment, by far, is EAL hydraulic fluids for mobile hydraulics, and chain saw oils for the environmentally adapted forestry operations...
To develop a new, biodegradable hydraulic fluid, numerous standard and in‐house screening tests are necessary to verify the lubricating properties. It was further determined that evaluation within a hydrostatic transmission, simulating field operating conditions, as a final test is critical but...
Limited volume lubrication as applied in metal working operations has grown significantly in the South African manufacturing industry over the past years. The need for a cleaner factory environment and the international competition faced by local producers, necessitated a re-evaluation of the...
Focuses on the use of biocides to combat the growth of microorganisms in coolant systems and oils. Outlines measures which can limit or prevent mcrobial growth and provides a brief summary of the European Biocidal Products Directive.
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