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  • Synthetic Oil Prevents Chain Rust Better than Conventional Oils
    A U.S. manufacturer of smoked meats. and sausages was experiencing a high. degree of chain rusting and wear. This. was related to frequent wash-up. Water. emulsified with aromatics in the mineral. oil lubricating the chain. This left the. chain unprotected from oxidation. In. addition
  • Vegetable Oils
    , nuts or fruits of various plants, vegetable oils are found in every home. Cottonseed and linseed oil, corn oil for cooking and peanut oil for peanut butter to list just a few. GX and X Series pumps are frequently found in the applications associated with the production of vegetable oils. Quickly
  • Waste Oils
    Had your car engine oil changed lately? Ever think about all the oil that is changed out from engines, machinery, etc? What do they do with this waste oil and how is it handled? Typically, waste oil is collected at the service sites in storage tanks. The size of the tanks is dependent on the size
  • Refining of Edible Oils
    for some oils. * Process temperature is typically in the range of 120 - 160°F (50-70°C). * Neutralization process temperature may be higher, up to 200°F (95°C). * The strength of the sodium hydroxide solution varies according to the acid content and oil type. * During bleaching, a filter aid
  • Residual Analysis of Oils and Fuels
    Residue analysis has become a real buzzword with petrochemical products. The Fuel. Technology Centre of the SGS Group, as a certified and accredited service partner, has. also recently begun offering microscope-based residue analysis for investigating just. how clean oils and components are - all
  • Bio Gear Oils
    In gear systems, energy is transmitted from a power source to a terminal point, through gears that change speeds, directions, and torque. United Bio Lube's Bio EP Gear Oils are formulated and applied to prevent premature component failure, assure reliable operation, reduce operating cost
  • Bio Bearing Oils
    in a multiplicity of places, and each can be lubricated with either oil or grease. Some bearings are lubricated by water, and some are lubricated by air (as in the case of a dentist's drill). Bearings can be divided into two subgroups: Plain Bearings and Rolling Contact Bearings. Both have their place
  • Removing Oils From Water with Organoclays
    Organically modified clays have long been used by industry to remove oil from water. A study was undertaken to verify results from real-world applications and develop a better understanding of the chemical conditions under which organoclays are most effective. Systematic testing was conducted
  • Measuring Antioxidant Inhibitor in Transformer Oils
    Monitoring the degradation of the antioxidant in transformer insulating oil can result in substantial savings by extending the service life of the oil and by slowing down the transformer aging process. 2,6 ditertiarybytyl paracresol (DBPC) and 2,6-di-tert-Butyl Phenol (DBP) are common inhibitors
  • Physical Properties of Bio-Based Oils, Fluids, and Greases
    Technically, the Viscosity of an oil is a measure of the oils resistance to Shear. Viscosity is more commonly known as resistance to flow. If a lubricating oil is considered as a series of fluid layers superimposed on each other, the viscosity of the oil is a measure of the resistance to flow

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