Lubrication Specialist Priority Group 1

Additives - Intermediate

Additives are any substance added to a lubricant to modify its properties. Typical examples are antioxidants, corrosion inhibitors, anti-wear, and extreme pressure (EP) additives.

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Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol I
Chapter 11- Hydraulic Fluids

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol II
Chapter 21- Additive Technology
Chapter 25- Additives for Lubricants

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol III
Chapter 14a- Synthetic Lubricants- Polyalkylene Glycols
Chapter 14b- Synthetic Lubricants- Phosphate Esters
Chapter 16- Applications- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 
Chapter 18- Application- Tribology in High Speed Machining

Lubrication and Maintenance of Industrial Machinery
Chapter 2- The Degradation of Lubricants in Service
Chapter 5- Environmental Implications and Sustainability Concepts for Lubricants
Chapter 8- Conservation of Lubricants and Energy

Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities
Chapter 9- Lubricating Greases

The Lubrication Engineers Manual – Fourth Edition
Chapter 6- Bearing Practices
Chapter 7- Gears and Their Lubrication
Chapter 13- Lubricant Additives

Tribology Data Handbook
Chapter 11- Vegetable Oils- Structure and Performance