The paper machine circulates oil
Used for lubrication of gear and bearing in circulation system of large paper machine.
1, excellent extreme pressure wear resistance, can effectively prevent the machine starting and heavy load bearing and gear wear.
2. Excellent corrosion resistance can effectively inhibit the corrosion of copper and other metal surfaces.
3. Excellent thermal oxidation stability, ensuring adequate service life of oil products.
4, good water separation, not easy to emulsify.
5, good filtering, can meet the requirements of modern paper machine filter aperture of 3-6um filter equipment. Oil should have excellent filtration even if it is partially oxidized and contains little water.
6, good dispersion and timely clean the formation of friction surface carbon sludge and friction particles.
7. Equivalent to MOBIL DTE BBPM
Refers to the fuel consumption of a car in a specified typical section of road when it is running at the same speed, accelerating and decelerating. Some include fuel consumption for starting and idling, and then convert that to hundreds of kilometres. Generally speaking, the comprehensive fuel consumption value obtained by the weighted average of cycle fuel consumption and constant speed fuel consumption of 100km (designated speed) objectively reflects the fuel consumption of the automobile. Some automobile technical performance table will cycle fuel consumption labeled as "city fuel consumption", and the constant speed 100 km fuel consumption labeled as "constant speed fuel consumption".
The fuel consumption of European cars is expressed in the same way as that of China. The smaller the number, the better the fuel economy. But its fuel consumption is measured in three parts, which are "urban driving cycle", 90 km/h and 120 km/h at the same speed. So the average European car has these three parameters.
American cars use just the opposite amount of fuel. It's miles per gallon, or kilometers per liter. The higher the number, the better the fuel economy. (4.546 liters to the gallon, 1.6 kilometers to the mile.)