The amount of water that can disolve in a liquid at a given temperature.
Distress marks on sliding metallic surfaces in the form of long, distinct scratches in the direction of motion. Scoring is an advanced stage of scuffing.
A lubricant consisting of a blend of conventional mineral oil and a synthetic hydrocarbon.
The rate at which permanent shearing or viscosity loss occurs.
A material with a strong capability to dissolve a given substance.
An internal combustion engine used to drive immobile equipment, such as pumps, generators, mills or factory machinery.
A mechanical device that extracts thermal energy from pressurized steam. The energy is converted into a rotary motion that drives a device.
Made with products that are chemically manufactured, primarily polyalphaolefins (PAO) and esters. The chemical processes permit tight control of the molecular structure of PAOs and esters, giving the final product uniform and stable properties.