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Volume 24, Issue 4: April 2018 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine

Features

U.S. Base Oils Race Over Harveys Hurdles

Many thought the storms destruction spelled doom and gloom for domestic base oil volumes in 2017, but producers sprinted past several obstacles to reach the second-best year in a decade.

Wax Takes a Shine to Metalworking

Though wax usually brings to mind candles and shoe polish, one additive maker says it deserves a place of honor in metalworking fluids.

Deploy Data to Defuse Disruptors

Last year didnt turn out so badly for lube makers, but Fuchs sees a rising threat from digitalization companies trying to drive a wedge between producers and their customers.

A Cooler Clean

Metal parts producers are demanding greater efficiency, and cleaning solutions have not escaped scrutiny. Formulators aim to help save energy by removing metalworking fluid residue at lower temperatures.

New Turbos Spur TEOST Overhaul

Decades of dramatic changes in turbochargers and engine oils have overwhelmed the TEOST 33C bench test. Savants update will revive this important tool for formulators and OEMs.

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