Lubrication Specialist Priority Group 1 

Grease - Intermediate

Grease is a lubricant that is a solid to semi-fluid dispersion of a thickening agent (thickener) in a liquid. A lubricating grease may be formulated with additives that impart special properties such as resistance to oxidation or wear.

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Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol I
Chapter 4- Automotive Chassis and Driveline Lubrication
Chapter 20- Mining Industry

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol II
Chapter 28- Lubricating Grease

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol III
Chapter 12- Synthetic Lubricants- Industrial Application
Chapter 14c- Synthetic Lubricants- Perfluoroalyylpolyethers
Chapter 14d- Synthetic Lubricants- Silicones

Lubrication and Maintenance of Industrial Machinery
Chapter 3- Lubricant Properties and Test Methods
Chapter 9- Centralized Lubrication Systems- Theory and Practice

Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities
Chapter 9- Lubricating Greases

The Lubrication Engineers Manual – Fourth Edition
Chapter 1- Fundamental Concepts and Practices
Chapter 6- Bearing Practices
Chapter 9- Lubrication Systems

Tribology Data Handbook
Chapter 13- Greases
Chapter 33- Mining Excavation Equipment Lubricant Guidelines
Chapter 36- Steel Industry Lubricant Guidelines
Chapter 86- Life of Oils and Greases