With environmental pressures growing and applications becoming more demanding, marketers explain how esters are stepping up to the plate.
Volume 25, Issue 5: May 2019 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Natural gas is building street cred as greener fuel for trucks and buses and demanding greater attention to specialized engine oils.
As the world slowly pulls away from traditional stepped transmissions, ATF formulators are shifting more focus to fluids for wet clutch systems.
Major marketers use racecar sponsorships to show off their expertise, but racing oils rarely look like their street-legal cousins.
Little-understood markets in South America could be cultivating opportunities for lubes.
How two power generation turbines plus 25,000 gallons of PAG fluid added up to 11 years and zero varnish.
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