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Machinery Lubrication March April 2018

Machinery Lubrication magazine published by Noria Corporation

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24 | March - April 2018 | www . SYNTHETIC MOTOR OILS Amsoil's new Signature Series synthetic motor oils have been formu- lated to extend the life of vital components like pistons and cams by providing 75 percent more engine protection against horsepower loss and wear than required by industry standards. e oil's fluid film is designed to keep metal surfaces separated, while anti-wear additives further reduce wear in metal-to-metal contact regions. e oil also features an advanced detergent system to protect engine parts, including pistons and rings. Amsoil 800-956-5695 METAL-FORMING LUBRICANTS e new QuakerDraw metal-forming lubricants from Quaker Chemical are intended for drawing, forming, hydroforming, and tube and pipe applications. e lubricants are formulated to protect against corrosion, provide lubrication to increase die and punch life, and reduce scratching and galling on parts and dies with high film-strength additives. Able to be cleaned with solvent or alkaline cleaners, the fluids are compatible with typical wastewater treatment processes and offer versatility for light, medium or heavy forming, as well as roll-forming, cold- heading and hydroforming. Quaker Chemical 610-832-4000 LUBE SYSTEM METERING DEVICE e new Series 310 from SKF is the industry's first non-metallic metering device for single-line lubrication systems. It was created for precise metering of oil and fluid grease. Compatible with all single-line lubrication pumps, the device is suitable for indoor use on small- to medium-sized machines in pre-lubrication applications such as machine tools, textiles, woodworking, food and beverage, printing and more. e Series 310 is offered with two-, three- or five-port manifolds and incorpo- rates color-coded dosing elements for easy identification of various metering amounts. SKF 267-436-6000 OIL DRUM CARRIERS Morse's new 410 Series Hydra-Lift Karriers can be used to lift and pour heavy oil drums with 360-degree rotation at up to 72 inches. Enabling a single person to handle steel, plastic or fiber drums with secure, ergonomic control, each carrier automatically adapts to 22- to 23.5-inch-diameter drums. Dual hydraulic cylinders and parallel legs provide a compact and stable footprint, while the durable wheels and swivel casters offer smooth movement under heavy loads. Battery-, AC- or air-powered models are available. Morse 315-437-8475 1 2 3 4 4 PRODUCT NEWS 2 3 1

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