WO2003064569A1 – Lubricating oil compositions for internal

WO2003064569A1 – Lubricating oil compositions for internal

  • us20180044609a1 - lubricating oil composition for internal

    US20180044609A1 - Lubricating oil composition for internal

    Provided is a lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engines capable of exhibit a sufficient friction-reducing effect from a low-temperature range assuming engine starting to a practical temperature range of 80° C. or higher. The lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engines contains a surfactant having an alkylene oxide as the constituent unit and having an HLB

  • lubricating oil compositions for internal

    LUBRICATING OIL COMPOSITIONS FOR INTERNAL

    The present invention concerns a lubricating oil composition comprising an oil of lubricating viscosity; about 0.05 to about 5 weight percent of an organo molybdenum compound; and about 0.1 to about 12 weight percent of a borated polyisobutenyl mono- and bis-succinimide wherein the polyisobutenyl group has a molecular weight (Mn) from about 500 to about 2300.

  • wo2009104682a1 - lubricating oil composition for internal

    WO2009104682A1 - Lubricating oil composition for internal

    A lubricating oil composition for an internal combustion engine, characterized by comprising a base oil which exhibits a kinematic viscosity of 2 to 10mm 2 /s at 100°C and has an aromatic content (%C A ) of 3 or below and a sulfur content of 300ppm by mass or below, and further containing, based on the whole composition, (1) 0.3 to 1.5mass% of an alkaline earth metal salicylate detergent in

  • lubricating oil composition for internal combustion

    LUBRICATING OIL COMPOSITION FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION

    A lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engines, which is characterized in that the lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engines is a composition obtained by blending a molybdenum dithiocarbamate (MoDTC) and a polyalkylene glycol (PAG) in a base oil, the weight average molecular weight of the polyalkylene glycol is 2750-4500 and the content of the polyalkylene glycol

  • lubricating oil composition - exxonmobil research

    Lubricating oil composition - ExxonMobil Research

    Oct 30, 2012· A lubricating composition is provided that has good elastomer compatibility and friction-reduced properties which comprises a base oil having a viscosity index (VI) greater than about 80, a kinematic viscosity (Kv) at 100° C. of from about 2 mm 2 /s to about 50 mm 2 /s, containing 90 wt % or more saturates, having less than about 5 ppm sulfur, and wherein the base oil is derived from a waxy

  • lube base oil, lubricating oil composition for internal

    Lube Base Oil, Lubricating Oil Composition For Internal

    The lubricating base oil of the invention satisfies at least one of conditions (a) or (b) below. The lubricating oil composition for an internal combustion engine according to the invention comprises the lubricating base oil of the invention, an ashless antioxidant containing essentially no sulfur as a constituent element, and at least one compound selected from among ashless antioxidants

  • us patent application for lubricating oil compositions

    US Patent Application for Lubricating oil compositions

    The lubricating oil composition of claim 1, wherein the Group III base oil is about 54% by the total weight of the lubricating oil composition. 5. The lubricating oil composition of claim 1, wherein the Group III base oil has kinematic viscosity of 4.1 cSt or 7 cSt at 100° C.

  • chemical characterization of lube oils | request pdf

    Chemical Characterization of Lube Oils | Request PDF

    Chemical Characterization of Lube Oils. As an example, a particular type of fresh oil was used in the engine and then reanalyzed by the same analytical techniques. Gas chromatography−mass spectrometry (GC−MS), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and elemental analysis (CHNS/O analysis)...

  • baerlocher: internal and external lubri­cants

    Baerlocher: Internal and external Lubri­cants

    Advantages. Lubricants are divided into two areas, internal and external lubricants. The transition between external and internal lubricating effect is fluid, however, – internal lubricants often also have a certain external lubrication effect and vice versa. Lubricants having both effects are therefore called “combined lubricants”. Internal...

  • chemical characterization of lube oils | request pdf

    Chemical Characterization of Lube Oils | Request PDF

    Chemical Characterization of Lube Oils. As an example, a particular type of fresh oil was used in the engine and then reanalyzed by the same analytical techniques. Gas chromatography−mass spectrometry (GC−MS), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and elemental analysis (CHNS/O analysis)...

  • what's in your motor oil - bob is the oil guy

    What's in your Motor Oil - Bob is the Oil Guy

    What’s in your Motor Oil. Seal Conditioners: Also often esters, seal conditioners are potent additives used in small dosages and designed to keep sealspliable. These are especially important for highly paraffinic base oils such as Group IIIs or PAOs due to the tendency of these base oils to shrink and harden seals.

  • c10m 141 - lubricating compositions characterised by the

    C10M 141 - Lubricating compositions characterised by the

    Patents for C10M 141 - Lubricating compositions characterised by the additive being a mixture of two or more compounds covered by more than one of the main groups , each of these compounds being

  • cylinder liner lubrication for marine diesel engines

    Cylinder Liner Lubrication for Marine Diesel Engines

    This article discusses Cylinder Liner lubrication of Marine Diesel Engines, the basic factions of lube oil derived from crude oil, the types of lube oils like dispersion type, emulsion type, and single phase lubricants. It describes the procedure of running in of the piston rings and the cylinder liner in context to the lube oil. It further enlightens on the cylinder lubrication related

  • us 2010/0035777 a1 - lubricant base oil - the lens

    US 2010/0035777 A1 - Lubricant Base Oil - The Lens

    [0263] The lubricating oil composition for an internal combustion engine according to the invention may have any desired metallic detergent content, but a content of 0.1-10% by mass, preferably 0.5-8% by mass and more preferably 1-5% by mass based on the total weight of the composition is preferred.

  • the basics of synthetic oil technology

    The Basics of Synthetic Oil Technology

    In the 1930s, Dr. Hermann Zorn of Germany was searching for a lubricant with the properties of natural oils derived from crude oil but without the undesirable properties (high pour points, tendency to gum or gel in combustion engines, low oxidation resistance at higher temperatures, etc.).

  • a comprehensive review of lubricant chemistry,

    A Comprehensive Review of Lubricant Chemistry,

    A Comprehensive Review of Lubricant Chemistry, Technology, Selection, and Design Syed Q. A. Rizvi, Ph.D. ASTM Stock Number: MNL59 ASTM International 100 Barr Harbor Drive PO Box C700 West Conshohocken, PA 19428–2959 Printed in the U.S.A.

  • c10m 141 - lubricating compositions characterised by the

    C10M 141 - Lubricating compositions characterised by the

    EP1535985A1 Lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engine 06/01/2005 EP1534805A1 Friction modifiers for improved anti-shudder performance and high static friction in transmission fluids

  • recycling of used engine oil by different solvent

    Recycling of used engine oil by different solvent

    The most important petroleum fraction is Lubricating oil that is used in almost all vehicles and machines. Lube oils are used to decrease rubbing between surfaces in moving parts. After oxidation, most impurities are generated in base oil, during its application in internal combustion engine.

  • guide to measuring fuel dilution in lubricating oil

    Guide to Measuring Fuel Dilution in Lubricating Oil

    Guide to Measuring Fuel Dilution in Lubricating Oil | 2 VISCOSITY Viscosity tests are routinely performed on a lubricant already as part of the basic suite of testing for lubricant condition. There are many methods and instruments available for both lab and field testing, including the Spectro 3050 portable kinematic viscometer. The

  • turbine oils | chevron lubricants (us)

    Turbine Oils | Chevron Lubricants (US)

    Interested in becoming a Chevron Lubricants Distributor in North America? Our special network of Distributors are committed to delivering the highest quality products, advanced technology, and attention to detail to help your business operate with efficiency while reducing total cost of ownership.

  • composition of lubricating oil in the upper ring zone of

    Composition of lubricating oil in the upper ring zone of

    Composition of lubricating oil in the upper ring zone of an internal combustion engine G. P. Bush*, M. F. Fox*, D. J. Picken** and L. F. Butcher? It is demonstrated that the composition of lubricating oil obtained from the top ring zone of a spark ignition, natural gas, internal combustion (i.c.) engine at top dead centre (TDC) is very much

  • what is the best oil to lubricate your model train with

    What is the best oil to lubricate your model train with

    What’s the difference between oil, grease and lubricant. Oil and grease are both lubricants and closely related. Oil is a liquid while grease is usually an oil that has been thickened with additives to it so it doesn’t run off surfaces so quickly but when compressed — between the cogs of gears for example — it protects them and reduces the friction just like oil.

  • lubricating oil analysis according to astm d5185 using

    Lubricating Oil Analysis According to ASTM D5185 using

    Lubricating oil analysis according to ASTM D5185 using the Thermo Scientific iCAP 7400 ICP-OES APPLICATION NOTE 43158 Authors Nora Bartsch, Application Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany Keywords Additives, Contaminants, Used oil, Wear metals Introduction Analysis of used lubricating oil for wear metals, contaminants and additive

  • guide to measuring fuel dilution in lubricating oil

    Guide to Measuring Fuel Dilution in Lubricating Oil

    a lubricant can result in decreased viscosity, oil degradation, loss of dispersancy, and loss of oxidation stability. Fuel dilution is one of the most important lubricant. failure modes in internal combustion engines. It usually occurs due to improper. fuel-to-air ratio. Fuel

  • automotive lubricants reference book - sae international

    Automotive Lubricants Reference Book - SAE International

    Automotive Lubricants Reference Book Second Edition List of Chapters Chapter 1—Introduction and Fundamentals 1.1 Lubricants in History 1.2 Functions of a Lubricant 1.3 Approval of Lubricants for Use 1.4 Friction and Wear, Lubrication and Tribology 1.4.1 The Mechanics of Friction 1.4.2 Dry Friction 1.4.3 Lubricated Sliding 1.4.4 Boundary

  • lubricant grease oil suppliers

    Lubricant Grease Oil Suppliers

    Lubricant Grease Oil Suppliers Directory. Automotive Lubricant Application and Base Oil General Composition Calcium base lubricating grease. Main Products: General Internal Combustion Engine Oil

  • air tool & air compressor oil

    Air Tool & Air Compressor Oil

    Air tool oil is a high impact lubricant engineered for the internal parts of pneumatic tools. They protect against corrosives that are contained in compressed air, provide good low temperature fluidity and offer resistance to acid build-up, rust and sludge.

  • what is the best oil to lubricate your model train with

    What is the best oil to lubricate your model train with

    What’s the difference between oil, grease and lubricant Oil and grease are both lubricants and closely related. Oil is a liquid while grease is usually an oil that has been thickened with additives to it so it doesn’t run off surfaces so quickly but when compressed — between the cogs of gears for example — it protects them and reduces the friction just like oil.

  • lubricant, fluid, and additive patent applications

    Lubricant, fluid, and additive patent applications

    cating a two-stroke internal combustion engine include a lubricant composition that contains (A) an oil of lubricating viscosity, (B) an additive composition comprising a condensation prod- uct of a fatty acid with an mine or ammonia and a further dispersant, and (C) a normally liquid solvent having a kinematic viscosity of less than 5 cSt at

  • camshaft with lubricating oil supplying function (patent

    Camshaft with lubricating oil supplying function (Patent

    @article{osti_5067168, title = {Camshaft with lubricating oil supplying function}, author = {Umeha, G. and Hirakawa, O.}, abstractNote = {A camshaft with a lubricating-oil supplying function is described comprising a tubular shaft and a filter element disposed in the tubular shaft to control the amount or rate of oil distribution. The filler

  • 5 gal pail, mineral way oil 60002169 - msc

    5 Gal Pail, Mineral Way Oil 60002169 - MSC

    Air tool oil is a high impact lubricant engineered for the internal parts of pneumatic tools. They protect against corrosives Quickview. Super Lube 5 Gallon Pail, Composition Mineral Oil Container Size (Gal.) 5.00 Container Type Pail Viscosity (SUS) 300.00 View Product . ValCool 5 Gal Pail Cutting

  • diesel-like fuel obtained by catalytic pyrolysis of waste

    Diesel-like Fuel Obtained by Catalytic Pyrolysis of Waste

    The pyrolysis of lubricating oil waste has been claimed as an alternative to incineration because valuable products are obtained [19]. Literature reports several papers on pyrolysis of waste engine oil [35-37]. The aim of this study is to obtain gasoline like fuel from waste lubricant oil via pyrolysis which can be used in internal-combustion

  • chapter 5 jet aircraft engine lubrication systems

    CHAPTER 5 JET AIRCRAFT ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEMS

    CHAPTER 5 JET AIRCRAFT ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEMS The increased complexity of aircraft engines has added to the requirements for proper lubrication. Jet engines require lubrication to prevent friction from reducing the engines’ efficiency. Oil is the lifeblood of the aircraft engine.