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sump oil

waste oil from engines: palatable to cattle. Cattle with access to rubbish dumps may lick large quantities. The oil causes lead poisoning as well as poisoning due to the oil if it is taken in large enough amounts. See also lead1 poisoning, oil.
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at the time of water leakage, the wastewater enter into oil separation tank depends on the different liquid level, in the oil separation tank, the oil and the wastewater will be separated, then, the sump oil flow into the sump by itself; and the sludge in the sludge tank will be send into the sludge drying system by the sludge pump.
It is believed that up to six tonnes of diesel and 50 litres of sump oil are on board the 17.
Amongst a wide range of optional extras, hardened enthusiasts will also be able to add Stack data logging instrumentation, a dry sump oil system and, for track-day regulars, a limited slip differential.
During the 1987 Edinburgh Festival Wilson showed 20:50--a room half-filled with reflective sump oil that was later bought by Saatchi.
for an aluminum LS7 dry sump oil tank for the 2006 Chevrolet Corvette.