With the next heavy-duty engine oil category set for on-time delivery, Chevron's longtime technology leader retires -- after first joining his team for a look ahead.
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Volume 21, Issue 9: September 2015 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Is it possible to meet demanding metalworking requirements without using boron, formaldehyde, DCHA or phosphorus? Recent research from Angus Chemical shows promise.
Engine test costs can be painful, as every lubricant blender knows. Interchange and read-across offer relief, but only by following scientific principles.
The continent is seeing a rapid shift in favor of diesel-powered passenger cars and light-duty vehicles, with lessons for oil marketers everywhere.
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