Pour Point Depressants

PAO Blend Steps into the EV Thermal Management Fray
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PAO Blend Steps into the EV Thermal Management Fray

Electric Vehicles InSite - May 7, 2020

All vehicles require a range of lubricants, greases, coolants and fluids, and EVs are no exception. Existing base stock ...

PPDs Are Key Components for Low-Viscosity Formulations

PPDs Are Key Components for Low-Viscosity Formulations

Lubes'n'Greases EMEA - November 19, 2018

The push for reduced emissions and increased fuel efficiency makes formulating lubes challenging. Pour point depressants ...

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Running through the Cold

Lubes'n'Greases - May 21, 2018

Gone are the frigid mornings of yore when engine oils were as sluggish as shivering drivers. But can the latest low-visc ...

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The Contributions of Additives

Lube Report Asia - December 30, 2014

Formulators use a wide range of chemicals to perform the long list of jobs assigned to lubricant additives. Todays engin ...

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Base Oil Report

Lubes'n'Greases EMEA - August 12, 2014

David Wedlock discusses the low temperature demands on base oils.

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Who Are the Additive Winners (and Losers)?

Lubes'n'Greases - May 22, 2014

A new study sees antioxidants, friction modifiers and PPD racing ahead in this $10 billion market, as antiwear agents an ...

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Building Blocks for Lubes

Lubes'n'Greases - May 22, 2014

While some lubricants need only a single component, such as a rust inhibitor, engine oils demand a complex mix of chemis ...

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Cold Comfort

Lubes'n'Greases - May 8, 2014

Pour point depressants hold the key to the relationship between temperature and viscosity. Heres how and why.