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Issue 89: November 2016 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Europe, Middle East and Africa


Evolving Demands for Hydraulic Fluids

Today’s hydraulic systems operate at higher temperatures, pressures and pumping speeds. To protect equipment, modern hydraulic fluids must have improved antiwear, oxidation and thermal stability properties.

Group III’s Future in Heavy-Duty Engine Oils

Despite the need for improved fuel economy to comply with new heavy-duty diesel engine oil sequences, market projections foresee only a slight shift to lighter viscosity base in the near future.

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