Japan Lubricating Oil Society recently reported results of studies that it completed into the accuracy of test methods for friction, wear and load-bearing capacity of lubricants. The testing is part of the organization’s ongoing effort to improve lubricant quality.
The association conducted research and tests last year and in previous years as well. “The purpose of the study is to examine the correlation of test results from the Soda-type four-ball friction tests and the standard four-ball friction test,” a Jalos official told Lube Report, commenting on the latest test findings.
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