Lubricating equipment on show at

Lubricating equipment on show at lubricating equipment on show at FUEL EFFICIENCY EXHIBITION Filtratio n was illustrated by a very realistic model showin g dirty oil before filtration and clean oil after filtration , cascading over a series of glass discs. Several models of lubricant pumping units ranging from the simple grouped nipple system to th e manual an d fully centralized systems demonstrated the moder n methods of application. Of particular interes t were the mechanical parts on show tha t had failed in service due to inadequat e lubrication. These provide d very convincing examples of the practical importanc e of correct application of lubricants. Th e theme of the lubricatio n display was "Profit from Correc t Lubrica­ tion " and the back­ groun d to all exhibit s showed suitabl e propaganda poste r boards em­ phasising this. Congratulation s ar e due to Samuel Fo x and Company fo r encouraging Th e third annual Fuel Efficiency Exhibition was stage d last month at the works of Messrs. Samuel Fo x & Co. Ltd., Stocksbridge. Sheffield. As usual, a portion of the exhibition was devoted to lubric­ ation , since this company appreciate the important link between efficiency and lubrication. Mr. G. I). Jordan , B.Se Lubrication Engineer was responsible for this demonstration. Th e purpose of the exhibition, which is believed to b e the only one of its kind in this country, was to spotligh t the efforts of the work's fuel efficiency organisatio n and to show outsiders, as well as the staff and workpeople, the importance, and the advantages , of fuel efficiency. Correct lubrication ca n assist fuel efficiency in addition to improving maintenanc e efficiency and increasing production. Th e exhibits gave some striking examples of this, and concentrate d on filtration and modern methods of applyin g lubricants. The equipment on show was this inteiest in Iubrication, and also due to their tha t actually in use in the works and therefore works lubrication department for so ably portray- familiar to most of the workpeople, but they may not ing these visible proofs of the value of lubrication hav e before fully appreciated its importance. Th e full efficiency. Firms supplying exhibits included Farva- programm e was varied in character and included lube Ltd., Stream-Line Fillers Ltd., Tecalemit Ltd., lectures and films. and'C. C. Wakefield & Co. Ltd. Scientific LUBRICATION 27 March, 1951 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Emerald Publishing

Lubricating equipment on show at

Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Volume 3 (3): 1 – Mar 1, 1951

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lubricating equipment on show at FUEL EFFICIENCY EXHIBITION Filtratio n was illustrated by a very realistic model showin g dirty oil before filtration and clean oil after filtration , cascading over a series of glass discs. Several models of lubricant pumping units ranging from the simple grouped nipple system to th e manual an d fully centralized systems demonstrated the moder n methods of application. Of particular interes t were the mechanical parts on show tha t had failed in service due to inadequat e lubrication. These provide d very convincing examples of the practical importanc e of correct application of lubricants. Th e theme of the lubricatio n display was "Profit from Correc t Lubrica­ tion " and the back­ groun d to all exhibit s showed suitabl e propaganda poste r boards em­ phasising this. Congratulation s ar e due to Samuel Fo x and Company fo r encouraging Th e third annual Fuel Efficiency Exhibition was stage d last month at the works of Messrs. Samuel Fo x & Co. Ltd., Stocksbridge. Sheffield. As usual, a portion of the exhibition was devoted to lubric­ ation , since this company appreciate the important link between efficiency and lubrication. Mr. G. I). Jordan , B.Se Lubrication Engineer was responsible for this demonstration. Th e purpose of the exhibition, which is believed to b e the only one of its kind in this country, was to spotligh t the efforts of the work's fuel efficiency organisatio n and to show outsiders, as well as the staff and workpeople, the importance, and the advantages , of fuel efficiency. Correct lubrication ca n assist fuel efficiency in addition to improving maintenanc e efficiency and increasing production. Th e exhibits gave some striking examples of this, and concentrate d on filtration and modern methods of applyin g lubricants. The equipment on show was this inteiest in Iubrication, and also due to their tha t actually in use in the works and therefore works lubrication department for so ably portray- familiar to most of the workpeople, but they may not ing these visible proofs of the value of lubrication hav e before fully appreciated its importance. Th e full efficiency. Firms supplying exhibits included Farva- programm e was varied in character and included lube Ltd., Stream-Line Fillers Ltd., Tecalemit Ltd., lectures and films. and'C. C. Wakefield & Co. Ltd. Scientific LUBRICATION 27 March, 1951

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Published: Mar 1, 1951

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