With engine oils based on Group III picking up market share and the cost of approvals rising, discontent is bubbling up from stakeholders who are footing the bill.
Volume 25, Issue 8: August 2019 Lubes'n'Greases Magazine
Smaller additive companies are nimbly filling in markets the big four have left behind, with some even offering their own packages.
Choosing the right test to evaluate foaming tendency could make or break a metalworking fluid formulation. ASTM is stepping in to help identify the best method.
What can a reasonable consumer be expected to glean from an engine oil bottle? The answer seems to be a moving target.
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