Finding the right lubricant for automotive air conditioning systems is a tough in conventional cars. It’s even trickier for electric vehicles, whose compressors pose greater challenges.
Issue 10: October 2019 Lubes'n'Greases EMEA Magazine
Engine oil viscosities for light-duty vehicles have become ever lower over the past few decades. Developments have been driven by engine technology and emissions legislation, as well as the base oil.
Time will tell whether new sulfur emissions legislation implemented in 2020 will be either an opportunity or a threat to marine lube producers.
Africa is one of the developing regions where lube suppliers can find comfort in an otherwise underwhelming global scene.
Naphthenic base oil has long been touted as a replacement material for API Group I applications. But as capacity dwindles, can it plug the gap in a major Group I market such as Africa?
Lubes'n'Greases EMEA is the first independent regional business magazine for and about the lubricants, base oil, additives and lube packaging industries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It reports on marketing and technology trends, raw material supplies, regulations and OEM specifications, and the challenges faced by end users of lubes and greases and the solutions that meet their needs. Every issue includes breaking news, in-depth features and informed opinions.
LNG EMEA has separate content from its sister magazine, Lubes'n'Greases, but offers the same reliable, unbiased and vital reporting each month.
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Print and digital subscribers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will receive the Base Stock Guide for Europe, the Middle East and Africa in July.