Polyisobutenes have kept a steady beat in the market. Recently producers have been cranking up the volume to meet increased additive demand.
Volume 25, Issue 7: July 2019 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Advances in four-stroke engines and emission regulations mean that passenger car oils aren’t a good deal for today’s motorcycles.
Food comes from plants, but that doesn’t mean biobased lubes are always fit for food processing.
Are the synthetic and naphthenic understudies to paraffinic base oils ready to steal the limelight?
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