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Lubricant Types and Grades

07/18/2007 3:32 AM

Hello Sir,

I wanted to know the differennt grade of lubrication used in plant and there application and grade meanings.

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Aravind

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Re: Lubricant Types and Grades

07/19/2007 1:09 AM

Aravind, If you are a practising maintenance Engineer I would strongly recommend you to get hold a book titled "Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology" -Vol I published by STLE(Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers) bearing ISBN No: 0-8493-2095-X, which gives all the Info you want on the subject. It might be a little pricey though. Thanks. Radirs.

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Re: Lubricant Types and Grades

07/19/2007 3:09 AM

Try these people they supply all types from domestic to military. http://www.morrislubricants.co.uk/

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Re: Lubricant Types and Grades

07/19/2007 4:51 AM

Hi Aravind,

I work for a company called Interflon, and I am MLT 1 (Machine Lubrication Technician) quailified by Noria (International Council For Machine Lubrication) and would be happy to help you with what you would like to know, please feel free to contact me via our website.

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Ben Morgan, Technical Advisor, Interflon UK

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Re: Lubricant Types and Grades

07/19/2007 9:25 AM

Many of the manufacturers of industrial lubricants such as Mobil or Shell have application information about their products on there web sites. Some of them have a broad enough offering to get a feeling for the common industrial lubricant types and their uses. As for an engineering understanding of tribology hit the books. Of coarse a technical background is needed to understand the material.

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