Lubrication goes online

Chevron Products Co. has announced that back issues of its Lubrication magazine are now available online at the company's Lubricants University web site, www.lub ricantsuniversity.com. According to Chevron, PDFs of more than 650 issues dating back to 1920 can be downloaded free of charge at the online site. Topics covered include lubrication of industrial bearings, characteristics and uses of grease,

Chevron Products Co. has announced that back issues of its Lubrication magazine are now available online at the company's Lubricants University web site, www.lub ricantsuniversity.com.

According to Chevron, PDFs of more than 650 issues — dating back to 1920 — can be downloaded free of charge at the online site. Topics covered include lubrication of industrial bearings, characteristics and uses of grease, and diesel tractor lubrication.

“By making the past Lubrication issues available online, we have created a central area for lubrication research to thrive,” says Virginia Moser, training coordinator, Chevron Products Co. “Our site is a resource for maintenance and lubrication professionals to increase their knowledge regarding the development and application of lubricants.”

LubricantsUniversity.com is an online training and informational resource for people in the lubrication and maintenance markets.

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