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Volume 23, Issue 8: August 2017 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine

Features

Breaking the Ice for Arctic Lubes

Oils used aboard polar-going vessels must bust through challenges as tough as thick sea ice. Northern European researchers have teamed up to cut a path for high-performance EALs.

100 Shades of Red

The modern gallery of ATF specifications seems to outnumber the crimson hues on a color wheel. Can the industry agree on a primary set of standards to uphold service fill quality?

Bottling Better Communication

Through daily debriefs, Chevron Lubricants’ plant in Port Arthur, Texas, is making strides in packaging efficiency.

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