IMO’s fuel sulfur cap will rule the high seas in just two years. Lube formulators should chart their courses now.
Volume 24, Issue 5: May 2018 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Starburst or none, Toyota is recommending SAE 0W-16 for the 2018 Camry. Will others in the North American market follow suit before GF-6 debuts?
With the Atlantic hurricane season blowing in soon and Harvey still a fresh memory, several lube industry players share how they plan for the worst.
Low-speed pre-ignition can knock down even the fittest of modern engines. Research says calcium based additives may be responsible for the roughhousing.
A ruthless and unpredictable type of rolling contact fatigue is slaying bearings before their time, but lubricant detectives are hot on its heels.
Bespoke additive packages are the norm, while anti-foam agents are often plucked off the shelf. A more deliberate approach could dress down the competition.
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