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Investing in better performing lubricants can make your plant more reliable by protecting your equipment and keeping it running longer and more efficiently. Lubrication Engineers manufactures and distributes a comprehensive line of high-performance lubricants that far exceed conventional lubricants in a variety of industrial and automotive applications. By significantly reducing downtime and maintenance costs, LE lubricants are also cost-effective, returning the initial price of the lubricant many times over.
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Energy is transmitted from a power source to a terminal point through Gears that change speeds, direction and torque. Automobile Transmission is generally of two types, namely manual transmission and automatic transmission. In manual transmission system, driver drives the vehicle with the help of a hand-operated gearshift and a foot operated clutch. Where as automatic transmission, automatically changes the gears with regard to speed of the vehicle.
ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM
The engine lubrication system is designed to lubricate, cool the engine by carrying heat away from the moving parts and keep the engine clean by delivering clean oil at the correct temperature and pressure. The oil from the sump is sucked into the pump and forced through an oil filter under pressure to the main bearings and the oil pressure gauge. From the main bearings, the oil passes into drilled passages in the crankshaft and the big-end bearings of the connecting rod. The oil fling dispersed by the rotating crankshaft lubricates the cylinder walls and piston-pin bearings. The excess oil is scraped off by the scraper rings on the piston. The engine oil also lubricates camshaft bearings and the timing chain or gears on the camshaft drive. The excess oil in the system then drains back to the sump.
What is Lubricant
A lubricant is a substance interposed between two surfaces in relative motion for the purpose of reducing the friction and wear between them. Lubricant provides a protective film which allows for two touching surfaces to be separated and "smoothed," thus lessening the friction between them and correspondingly less heat generation in the machine, thereby keeping the working temperature of machine parts within safe operating limits. Wear and tear of parts is thus greatly reduced resulting in fewer breakdowns, greater machine utility, lower maintenance cost and longer machine life.The recorded use of lubricants dates back to almost to the birth of civilization, with early historical developments being concerned with the use of fats/oils of animal or vegetable origin in transportation or machinery.Ancient inscriptions dating back to 1400 B.C. show early examples of systematic lubrication with animal fats (tallow) being applied to reduce friction on chariot wheel axels.