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Contents ISSUE No. 148 December 2018 10


Why passenger car motor oil is no longer the best choice for four stroke motorcycle lubricants Matthieu Vaslin, Product Line Specialist, Chevron Oronite


20


Polyglycol for Compressor Lubricants


Henrik Heinemann, BASF 42


Women in the world of lubricants Jan Ward, Caroline Slinn, Kate McArdle, Rachel Drewitt and Teri Crosby


14


Particulates matter How fuel borne catalyst can help OEMs to meet tightening emissions regulations in India Amy Challinor, Infineum


24


Assessment and verification of environmental acceptable hydraulic fluid (EAHF) according to the European Ecolabel’s revision Vincent Bouillon, Sales Manager, BfB Labs


50


UKLA Annual Dinner Deborah Grigg, UKLA


17


Multifunctional tractor fluids Mick Kenyon, Operations and Technical Director, The Witham Group


32 Lube-Tech


Oxidation stability and base oil sulphur – a dynamic relationship of additive response factors


Prof. Thomas Norrby and Dr Ann-Louise Jonsson, Nynas AB


53


UEIL Congress summary David Wright, UKLA


Regulars:


Presidents’ Reports Editor’s Comment Industry News


Professional Development UEIL News


4 6 8


48 52


Lube Local Report: Hungary 58 ICIS Base Oil Report Forthcoming Events


63 65


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