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Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils Project Report eBook

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Rusting of ferrous metals in lubricating oil circulating systems is usually caused by water from the atmosphere, steam leaks, as in turbine systems, or by acidic products of oil and fuel oxidation or by halogen acids from leaded fuels. Such rusting can be orecane by the incorporation of polar compounds in the oil. These compounds enable complete wetting of the metal surface by the oil to occur.
Base stocks for rust-prevention oils constitute lube oils generally include all classes of lubricating materials that are applied as fuels. Nearly all of the world's lube oils are made from the move viscous portion of the crude oil which remain after removal of gas oil and lighter fractions by distillation. Much of the variations in physical characteristics and performance qualities of lubricating oils prepared from different crude sources can be accounted for by the millions of variations that can exist in a single large hydrocarbon molecule. In order to minimize variations and produce products that provide consistent performance in specific applications, four steps are followed in the manufacture of finished lubricating oils from the various available crudes. Selection and aggregating of crudes according to the principal types of hydrocarbon present; distillation of the crude to separate it into fractions containing hydrocarbons in the same sp range; processing to remove undesirable constituents from the various fractions or to convert same of these materials constituents from the various fractions or to convert same of these materials to more desirable materials, and blending to attain the physical characteristics that are required in the finished products and incorporating chemical agents to improve performance.
Factors in lube crude selection are supply (available quantities and constancy of composition, refining , production and marketing). Two base stocks that are similar in viscosity the most important physical property of a lubricant - are listed in the following table.

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CONTENTS OF RUST PREVENTION LUBRICATING OILS MANUFACTURING PROJECT REPORT EBOOK

1. Introduction of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
2. Uses and applications of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
3. B.I.S. Specification of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
4. Market survey of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
5. Present manufacturers of rust prevention lubricating oil
6. Formulation of rust prevention lubricating oil
7. Manufacturing process of rust prevention lubricating oil
8. Process flow diagram for the manufacture of rust prevention lubricating oil
9. Suppliers of plant and machinery of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
10. Suppliers of raw materials of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
11. Cost of plant economics of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
12. Land & building of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
13. Plant and machinery of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
14. Fixed capital investment of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
15. Raw material of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
16. Salary and wages of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
17. Utilities and overheads of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
18. Total working capital of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
19. Cost of production of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
20. Profitability analysis of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
21. Break even point of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils
22. Resources of finance of Rust Prevention Lubricating Oils


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