As heavy duty engine oils lighten up, API Group III base stocks are elbowing into the diesel market.
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Volume 23, Issue 5: May 2017 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Identifying wear problems is no simple task. A new manual offers a tactical approach for observing, categorizing and resolving them.
With lithium prices hot on their heels, grease producers are chasing after less-costly thickeners.
White mineral oils in consumer products face numerous regulations. Don’t “natural” oils deserve the same oversight?
Natural gas is fueling ever more of the world’s increasing energy demands. Stationary engines haven’t escaped this trend, and oil formulators have to keep up.
After 80 years of running Hangsterfer’s Laboratories, it seems metalworking fluids flow through the veins of the Jones family.
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