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Petro-Canada Lubricants, an HF Sinclair Brand Certifies Two HPM Products

Congratulations Petro-Canada Lubricants! Petro-Canada, an HF Sinclair brand, has certified two NLGI (National Lubricating Grease Institute) HPM grease products. Peerless ™ LLG and Peerless ™ OG2 Red have both been approved against the NLGI HPM certification. Both products are also GC-LB certified. Peerless ™ LLG and Peerless ™ OG2 Red

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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

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The danger of cross reference charts with oils

Industry standard specifications exist for engine oils, gear oils, hydraulic oils, turbine oils and others. Standardized specifics are wonderful for the end user, simplifying product choice and ensuring a certain level of performance. It also facilitates cross-referencing, and ultimately, a degree of commoditization. Read more

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The danger of cross reference charts with oils

There are industry standard specifications for engine oils, gear oils, hydraulic oils, turbine oils, etc. Standardized specifications are wonderful for the end user, simplifying product choice and ensuring a certain level of performance. This also facilitates cross-referencing, and ultimately, a degree of product commoditization. Greases are different. There have been

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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

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No two greases are the same

Lubricating greases are complex products, consisting of a lubricating fluid, performance enhancing additives and a thickener. The lubricating fluid can be mineral oil, synthetic fluid of various types or even processed vegetable oil. The viscosity of the fluid can range from very low (ISO 10 or less) to very high