Consumers often evaluate grease by its appearance, but could that fancy dye job affect performance?
Volume 22, Issue 9: September 2016 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Turbocharged gasoline direct injection engines are bringing new challenges for lubricant formulators, who must ensure their piece of the powertrain fits perfectly.
Chinese engine oil buyers have been developing a taste for green lubes. Now consumers are expanding their palates to include biobased ones.
While marine operators ponder Vessel General Permit compliance, the risk of violating other North American environmental regulations lurks just beneath the surface. Are water soluble PAGs the perfect solution?
Jilted by its favorite Group I turbine oil, Ontario Power went in search of the right Group II product for long-term happiness.
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