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lubrication

The reduction of friction by a lubricant, either topically applied or which is intrinsically produced by the vagina, in the context of sexual activity, including intercourse or masturbation.

lubrication,

n 1. the application of an agent, usually an oil or grease, to diminish friction.
2. the natural secretions act as lubrication such as saliva in the oral cavity.
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SKF lubricating grease should be stored in its original packaging.
On the other hand, nowadays, the operating conditions of modern equipment impose severe demands on lubricating products, being one of the most important the use of lubricating greases in a wide range of temperature.
Research carried out when lubricating with oxidized sunflower oil under boundary lubrication conditions has shown that the increasing amount of hydroperoxides reduces reduction properties of oil wear (Fox, Stachowiak 2003).
The results indicate that under extreme-pressure conditions DLC coating can take over the functions of AW/EP additives and through this it is possible to minimize the application of toxic lubricating additives and achieve "ecological lubrication".
After some time the ratio of polar and non-polar molecules in the lubricating material varies and micelle disintegrates, the lubricant loses its lubricating properties.
Luwax PE and montan waxes designed for use as lubricating, wetting and mold-release agents.
In the July 20 Energy & Fuels, Miller's group describes a method for breaking down polyethylene to make wax with the right molecular properties for conversion into lubricating oil.
Under the recovery and recycling program, any Safety-Kleen Performance Plus lubricating oil customer that designates Safety-Kleen as its collector for used oil and used oil containers will not be charged any environmental charges, fees or levies on its purchases of oil and oil containers, and Safety-Kleen will pick up the used oil and used oil containers for free.
Your comments about the recycling of lubricating oil are right on target, but Hubbard's statement concerned crude oil in general, much of which is burned as fuel and is thus unrecoverable.
There is no aggregate data on the purchase, use, and disposal of engine lubricating oil for the federal government as a whole.
The plant in southern France was built by Ecohuile, a French company specialised in marketing environmentally friendly lubricating oils.
Molded Oil is a plastic-containing lubricating oil that provides a lubricating oil content of more than 50% by weight, which is many more than the oil content of oil-impregnated plastics.