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Grease

A slang term for bribery.
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Industrial greases are an incumbent part of machine maintenance operations around the world.
Mohamed Mourad, industrial marketing advisor--EAME, ExxonMobil told PWE this is a key part of the make-up of Mobil Polyrex EM Series--a range of greases engineered specifically for use in electric motor bearings and able to withstand degradation under high temperatures and speed.
5 -- The Grease Thief extracts representative grease samples from critical machinery for subsequent analysis and condition based maintenance.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Analysis of Industrial Greases Market and Opportunities for Bio-based Materials, finds that the market earned revenues of $1.
Our customers really drove the development of new Molykote G-1502FM Synthetic Bearing and Gear Grease, as they identified performance shortcomings of traditional greases offered for water-rich environments," said Phil Grellier, Global Market Manager for Dow Corning Industrial Assembly and Maintenance Solutions.
The rich details are fascinating: who the plague-workers were, what they were hired to do, and how it was that many of them came to be charged with spreading plague by smearing revolting greases or poisonous powders, almost always in hope of material gain, usually in concert with others, and, occasionally, with overtones of supernatural assistance.
Molykote[R], Smart Lubrication from Dow Corning, has announced the addition of six high performance bearing greases to its lubrication lineup.
Six new Molykote high-performance bearing greases are suitable for electrical motors, fan bearings, rail cars, elevators, construction machines, hot rolling mills, central locking systems, and window lifters.
These new oils, greases, and industrial fluids are derived from common plant products such as soybeans, sunflower seeds, and canola (or, in Europe, its close relative rapeseed).
Conductive bearing greases help reduce or prevent such damage, but the metals and other conductive materials used in traditional greases are not lubricious and the conductivity is often short-lived because of particle matrix breakdown.
Today's greases are primarily comprised of a soap skeleton into which oil is imbedded.