M.O.S. Forms Advisor y Panel fo r H.D. Oils TH E following details were issued by the Ministry of Suppl y on October 12th, but due to an error on their part , we were not notified in time for inclusion in our las t issue. Th e Ministry of Supply has set up an Advisory Pane l on Heavy Duty Engine Oils and it includes representative s of industry, the Ministry, War Office and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research . The Panel is unpaid and will be respon sible for recommending approval of oils submitted unde r a new specification, governing the quality of suc h oils for th e Services. Engine tests will be carried ou t and the Panel will make its assessments after studyin g reports of these tests and inspections. Th e Members of the Advisory Panel are :— Dr . F . T. Barwell, Chairma n (Department of Scientific an d Industrial Research). Mr. D. I. Baddeley (War Office). Mr. J. Calderwood (British Internal Combustion Engin e Manufacturers' Association). Mr. G. Kinner, Secretary (Ministry of Supply). Mr. A. Larkin (Vauxhall Motors). Mr. G. R. Oliver (Motor Industry Research Associ ation) . Mr. R. Stansfield (Institute of Petroleum). Dr . P . J . Udall (Ministry of Supply). Lt . A. E. Urell (British Internal Combustion Engine Association). Mr. A. Watso n (Ministry of Supply). Mr. A. T. Wilford (London Transport Executive). Th e terms of reference under which the new Panel will work are :— 1. To study reports of inspection of heavy-duty engine oils submitted for qualification ; to study report s of engine tests and to examine relevant engine components. 2. To assess, on the basis of such reports and examinations , the suitability of oils submitte d for use b y th e Services in ground equipment. 3 . To recommend the acceptance of oils which, in th e opinion of the Panel, satisfy the performance requirement s of the specifications. 4 . To report to the Chief Chemical Inspector of th e Ministry. Th e New Specification DEF/2I0I. Th e new Heavy Duty Oil Specification issued by th e Ministry of Defence (DEF/2101) for oils OMD-60, OMD-110 and OMD-330, has now been published by H.M . Stationery Office, from whom copies may be obtained . It supersedes the former Ministry of Suppl y Specification (CS/2463) and lays down technica l requirements very similar to those of MIL-O-2104. At the time of writing, i t is no t known if we shall receive a copy in time for review in this issue. Scientific LUBRICATION December, 1951 31
Industrial Lubrication and Tribology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 1951
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