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Grease

A slang term for bribery.
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New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Analysis of Industrial Greases Market and Opportunities for Bio-based Materials, finds that the market earned revenues of $1.
Especially formulated to stay in place even with high-pressure equipment wash-down, the new grease outperformed other greases in ASTM D tests for water spray-off, wear and corrosion.
This type of lubrication is vastly superior to the lithium and mineral-based greases on the market today.
To keep these pollutants out of the waters below dams, Utility Service Associates developed and markets a food-grade canola-based grease called Cor-Tek VSG that is biodegradable and free of heavy metals, and, Brown says, that outperforms petroleum greases.
Molykote[R], Smart Lubrication from Dow Corning, has announced the addition of six high performance bearing greases to its lubrication lineup.
The line of Delo products includes Delo([R]) Heavy Duty Motor Oil, Delo([R]) Extended Life Coolant, Delo([R]) Extended Life Coolant/Antifreeze - Nitrite Free, Delo([R]) Greases EP, Delo([R]) Heavy Duty EP, Delo([R]) Synthetic Grease SF, Delo Synthetic Transmission Fluid SAE 50, Delo([R]) Gear Lubricants ESI([R]) and Chevron Delo([R]) Synthetic Gear Lubricant.
LONDON, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The rapid pace of technology evolution across industries is stoking demand for improved performance and reliability, boosting the market for high-performance industrial greases.
Most materials, including lubricating greases, gradually deteriorate with time.
Compliant with the ASTM D7718 standard for sampling in-service greases, the technology is seen in recommended practices for applications in wind, powerplants, biomedical facility equipment, mining, steel making and general manufacturing.
CLEVELAND -- Abanaki Corporation offers the Grease Grabber[R] oil skimmer specially designed for the harsh conditions of the steel making industry where heavy greases and oils accumulate in the steel-mill scale pit.
The greases are part of the Molykote Total Industrial Lubrication Consolidation Program from Dow Corning, which offers a comprehensive package of lubricants and related services designed to help customers reduce overall maintenance costs, extend equipment life, and simplify the purchasing process by consolidating all lubrication-related activities with one supplier.
Contract notice: procurement and supply of oils, lubricants, greases and stove naphtha.