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Contents ISSUE No. 149 February 2019 10


The application of Polymer Quenchants to control residual stress and distortion in aluminium D. Scott MacKenzie, PhD, FASM


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Attributes of champion lubricant plants Omer Chowdhury, Project Manager, Global Lubricants and Greases Supply Chain Benchmarking, PIMS


34


Lubricant Blending and Quality Assurance by David Whitby Review by Rod Pesch


14


Embracing a sustainable future for lubricants Amy Challinor, Infineum


26 Lube-Tech


Long term testing of antioxidants for industrial applications (turbine) in group I and II base oils Joshua Jurs, PhD, Global Industrial Oil Technical Manager, Vanderbilt Chemicals LLC


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My experience of UKLA training courses


Paul Booth, Managing Director, GB Lubricants


18


Green propositions for metalworking fluids Mattia Adani, Nowal Chimica, srl


32


Doing business on the Blockchain – Applications for the lubricant sector Jeff Conroy, Chief Scientist, Authentix


46


Brexit – What happens next? David Wright, Director General, UKLA


Regulars:


Presidents’ Reports Editor’s Comment Industry News


Professional Development UEIL News


Lube Local Report: Poland ICIS Base Oil Report Forthcoming Events


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