As featured in Lube Magazine. This webinar was given as a presentation at TAE 2016. It introduces the market drivers in the automotive industry, describes what diamond-like carbon and friction modifiers are, explores the methodology used to determine the Coefficient of Friction and Wear and analyses our results.
Introducing Friction Modifiers and their uses in metal - metal and non-metal contacts. This webinar looks at synthetic base stock solutions, Croda chemistry and asks you, the formulator to challenge us with the task of helping you to control friction...
Croda understands the importance of this growing halal segment, along with the new legislation in Indonesia, as we have been serving this market segment for over 20 years. We offer a wide range of speciality products from various manufacturing sites around the globe that meet the Majlis Ugama Islam (MUI) requirements that provide formulators the flexibility to create halal certified formulations consumers will love. Additionally, Croda is actively seeking certification of additional sites and products manufactured around the globe to further expand its product offerings to meet the needs of customers and global consumers.Language: English | Date: 31 Mar 2016 | Duration: 55 Minutes
This webinar discusses strategies for formulators creating high performance engine oils to meet future fuel economy guidelines.
Presented at the Fuels and Lubricants conference in Singapore, 2016 this webinar describes what Diamond-Like Carbon is, how we measure friction and wear at Croda and analyses some performance data of our friction modifiers in steel and DLC surfaces for mixed sliding/rolling and sliding contacts.
Environmental regulations are driving an industry move towards the improvement of fuel economy, compelling new heavy duty (PC-11) and light duty (GF-6) engine oil specifications. This webinar provides solutions on how to achieve this.
This educational webinar was designed to give the formulator, guidelines to create high performance lubricants with environmentally friendly materials that allow seals to maintain their integrity.
Chlorinated Paraffin Replacements - Performance or Sustainability? The need to choose is over! The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering the elimination of mid- and long-chain chlorinated paraffin's in U.S commerce as early as May 2017 due to the negative effects they have on the environment. If this regulation goes into effect, formulators will need to adapt quickly to replace chlorinated paraffin's. In this webinar we provide strategies for formulating away from chlorinated paraffin's to make this an easy transition and present three non-toxic, chlorine-free alternatives for metalworking lubricants and coolants.
This webinar was given at STLE 2016. It focuses on the properties of our low viscosity esters, low viscosity engine oils; 0W-16 and 0W-8 and then looks at the friction and wear properties our esters show. To identify the esters spoken about in this presentation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us.
Highlighting the performance of our new liquid amide Priolube HS1000. Although not fully launched to market, this webinar was presented at STLE to reveal the exciting data we are working on
Soot generation in heavy duty engines, especially those fitted with exhaust gas recirculation systems is a well-recognised phenomena which leads to lubricant thickening and can lead to soot induced wear. In this webinar we show you how lubricant additives can prevent this.Language: English | Date: 24 Aug 2016 | Duration: 20 Minutes
This webinar was presented at both TAE and F&L conferences in 2016. The content includes an overview of Amide chemistry, Liquid Amide properties, potential application areas and case studies into proven application areas. If you would like more information regarding our new liquid amide, please email email@example.com or contact us. Global registrations for this product are in progress.Language: English | Date: 4 Feb 2016 | Duration: 17 Minutes
This webinar guides you through emulsifier selection using the HLB system.
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