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IFC Highlighted By F+L Asia

IFC in the news! F&L Asia Ltd. publication highlights IFC’s approach to defining future global engine oil performance at F+L Week 2023 in Malaysia.  Mike Kunselman, New Business Development Manager, Center for Quality Assurance (CQA), Administrator for IFC, presented on behalf of the IFC. Read More


IFC Presents At F+L Week June 14, 2023

Event: F+ L Week, Conference & Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Theme of this year’s conference is “Fuels and Lubricants: Navigating the Energy Transition.” Presentation Title: International Fluids Consortium: Creating Performance Standards for the Energy Transition Presenter: Michael Kunselman, Center for Quality Assurance (CQA), Business Development Manager Date: June 14th Event


CQA and AMPM Win Big at the 2023 ADDYs

Center for Quality Assurance’s advertising firm, AMPM, Inc., has been recognized for its outstanding work in the advertising industry and was awarded multiple 2023 ADDY Awards. They won a Silver for CQA’s new logo identity and a Silver for CQA’s website development. In addition, two programs administered by CQA also

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Fuchs Lubricants Co. certified five NLGI HPM grease products.

Congratulations! Fuchs Lubricants Co. certified five NLGI HPM grease products, including three products with enhanced performance tags. RENOLIT CXS BGR is now approved against the NLGI HPM certification. In addition to the HPM core certification, RENOLIT CXS BGR also obtained the +HL tag for enhanced level of performance in the


International Fluids Consortium Expands Its OEM Membership

The International Fluids Consortium (IFC) has added another key OEM to its collaborative effort. Aurobay (formerly Volvo Cars), Honda, Hyundai Kia, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Renault, Subaru, Suzuki, and Toyota are recently joined by General Motors in this not-for-profit membership organization, which is focused on developing global fluid

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New and in-service grease testing

The history of lubricating greases dates back to ancient times. As early as 1400 BCE, attempts were made to reduce axle friction in chariots. Analyses from axel hubs indicate that fat and lime were used to make a complex lubricant. Yet, the current state of lubricating greases only has less