Volume 6 Issue 24

Kline Predicts Jump for Immersion Coolants

The market for data center immersion cooling fluids is projected to grow about tenfold through 2032, Kline & Co. predicted recently, spurred by findings that operational improvements can more than cover the cost of large data centers switching from air to immersion cooling.

Valvoline Completes Big Stock Buyback

Valvoline completed the buyback of $1 billion-worth of its common shares last week, giving the company more boardroom control. A stock analyst said the move indicates a confident outlook after the company sold its global lubricants business to Saudi Aramco.

U.S. Proposes Tighter Regulation of PFAS

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has proposed chemical safety regulation amendments that would tighten control over introduction of new per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, eliminating exemptions to ensure new varieties of these chemicals always undergo a full risk evaluation.

From Other Editions of Lube Report

Developing Fire-resistant Turbine Oils for Russia

Luberef Boosting Yanbu Output

Indian Oil Enters Joint Venture in Nepal

Briefly Noted

Mosil Lubricants, a private sector lubricant manufacturing company in India, announced it was entering the United States market with its line of synthetic and specialty lubricants, with a focus on direct customers and new distributors. DNL Chemical is Mosil’s representative in the U.S. market.