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hydraulics


Clean diesel technology revealed for off-highway

Lower emissions and better fuel efficiency have been met by manufacturers in diesel technology.

Tags: hydraulics, N America, OEM Equipment, waste

8th April, 2014        

Brugger test criticised for hydraulics

Oil and additive majors Lubrizol and ExxonMobil have claimed hydraulic fluids wear test is unrealistic

Tags: additives, Europe, ExxonMobil, hydraulics, Lubrizol

12th March, 2014        

Chinese auto industry strong in 2013, but not without its challenges

Car sales growth fell below projections in January, with domestic manufacturers’ market share slipping

Tags: China, China OEM Equipment, Ford, General Motors, hydraulics, OEM Equipment, Toyota

20th February, 2014        

Chinese lube products gain international accreditation

As competition toughens at home, large and small domestic lubes producers are venturing overseas

Tags: China, China Lubes Tech, grease, hydraulics, Lubes tech, Sinopec

24th November, 2013        

New tractor hydraulic fluid authentication mark

tractorlife.com has launched an authentication mark for hydraulic fluids in a bid to improve product quality and marketing

Tags: hydraulics, North America, OEM Equipment

14th October, 2013        

Shell lubricates the world’s largest hydraulic press

Shell keeps massive hydraulic machinery operating with Tellus

Tags: China, China lubes news, hydraulics, Lubes tech, Shell

28th July, 2013        

Chevron launches new hydraulic range

Chevron has revealed a new hydraulic pump lubes range

Tags: Chevron, hydraulics, innovation, Lubricants

9th October, 2012        

Penn state brings fracking debate to a head

Recent rulings by Pennsylvania's DEP has lead to open debate and revelations about "fracking" additives.

Tags: Environment and Regulatory watch, fracking, hydraulics

1st September, 2010        

Hydraulic fluid change could be predicted

New research is set to help predict the timing of hydraulic fluid and oil changes

Tags: Europe, hydraulics, Inovation and environment

7th June, 2010        

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