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Wearcheck – lubrication tips

 1.   Lube tip: foaming is affected by oil level In a circulating system, it is crucial to check the oil level before introducing antifoam agents to address a foaming problem. Foaming issues can...

BI: An overview of service offerings

BEARINGS International is a renowned distributor of industrial products and solutions, specialising in bearings, power transmission, electric motors and related inter mechanical components as well as lubricants and tools. With a...

New lubricants for farmers

BMG launched two new agricultural specific lubricants at Nampo 2023 – a corn head grease and a transmission flow grease – both of which form part of BMG’s Boerslim/Smartfarming portfolio. “The purpose...

“Rat trap” proves not all greases are created equal

LUBRICATION Engineers (LE) South Africa is using a simple mechanical test tool called the “rat trap” to demonstrate how two supposedly similar lubricants may behave differently under pressure. “People often think a...

Lubricants for maritime, mining

BMG’s Spanjaard lubricants, oils and greases have been developed with the latest formulations and technologies, to meet the demands of all sectors, including mining, automotive, marine, general industry and consumer applications. “Included...

Shell retains position for the tenth year

Shell Lubricants has retained its global market leading position in 2015 with 11.6% market share, according to Kline & Company’s Global Lubricants Industry: Market Analysis and Assessment 2016 report. This is...

Automotive Lubricants Market in Nigeria and South Africa receives a boost

Expanding vehicle parc widens revenue opportunities for automotive lubricants manufacturers, finds Frost and Sullivan's Visionary Science Team. Nigeria and South Africa rely heavily on imported raw materials for automotive lubricants....

Engen digs deep to partner with Husab uranium mine

Engen Petroleum, a leading producer and marketer of fuels, lubricants and oil-based products, is digging deep to ensure full operational efficiency for the Husab Uranium Project in Namibia during March 2016. ...

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