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Volume 24, Issue 11: November 2018 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
An aftermarket product claiming to improve gear efficiency might sound like snake oil, but it could be just what the doctor ordered for power-hungry military vehicles.
Rerefined engine oils can’t seem to make a dent in market share despite years of fighting for equal footing with virgin oils.
Wind turbine operators are demanding better guidance for lubricants, with costly consequences for those that choose the wrong products.
Tightening phosphorus limits are putting the squeeze on the tried and true antiwear additive. Could ionic liquids help fill the gap?
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