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LUBRICANTS OR SEPARANTS FOR MOVING SOLID SURFACES AND MISCELLANEOUS MINERAL OIL COMPOSITIONS (E.G., WATER CONTAINING, ETC.)

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508 - Solid anti-friction devices, materials therefor, lubricant or separant compositions for moving solid surfaces, and miscellaneous mineral oil compositions

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
508459000 Organic -C(=O)O- compound 243
508243000 Heterocyclic ring compound; a heterocyclic ring is one having as ring members only carbon and at least one hetero atom selected from nitrogen and chalcogen (i.e., oxygen, sulfur, selenium, or tellurium) 232
508154000 Inorganic compound (except water) (Overbased or carbonated organic acidic compounds are not classified in this subclass or its indents on the basis of inorganic overbasing or carbonating agents; the overbased or carbonated compounds are treated as complexes, and are classified with the particular organic acidic compound) 135
508185000 Organic compound containing boron 76
508421000 Organic phosphorus compound, wherein the phosphorus is single bonded directly to chalcogen by nonionic bonding (e.g., phosphorus acids, esters, etc.) 50
508545000 Organic nitrogen compound 49
508591000 Solid hydrocarbon polymer 46
508368000 Heavy metal or aluminum in an organic phosphorus compound having four chalcogens bonded directly to the phosphorus 46
508388000 Organic sulfur compound, wherein the sulfur is single bonded directly to oxygen (e.g., sulfites, etc.) 46
508113000 Graphite, coal, or elemental carbon 45
508577000 Organic oxygen compound 37
508362000 Nitrogen and heavy metal, or nitrogen and aluminum, in the same compound 33
508202000 Organic compound containing silicon (e.g., silicon esters) 30
508136000 Silicon dioxide, silicic acid, orthosilicate, or metasilicate, including surface-treated (e.g., clays, onium clays, estersils, etc.) 22
508382000 Heavy metal or aluminum bonded directly to carbon 15
508150000 Elemental metal or boron, or alloyed metal 14
508181000 PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) 12
508216000 Protein, carbohydrate, lignin, plant matter of indeterminate structure, or their reaction product of indeterminate structure 10
508567000 Organic sulfur compound (e.g., mercaptans, etc.) 9
508221000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting a heterocyclic compound of known structure; a heterocyclic ring is one having as ring members only carbon and at least one hetero atom selected from nitrogen and chalcogen (oxygen, sulfur, selenium, or tellurium) 7
508386000 Organic -XCN or -N=C=X compound, wherein X is chalcogen 6
508111000 Processes of purifying or recovering used lubricant compositions, and purified or recovered products thereof 4
20130045903Process and Apparatus to Remove Oxidation Products from Used Oil - An apparatus for removing contaminants from used lubricating or hydraulic oil includes a fluid transfer unit that includes an inlet port and an outlet port. The inlet port can be in fluid communication with a source of the used lubricating or hydraulic oil. The fluid transfer unit can define a fluid path. The apparatus can include a first adsorbent and a second adsorbent in the fluid path. The first adsorbent can include cellulose. The second adsorbent can include silica gel.02-21-2013
20100179080PROCESS FOR RECOVERING USED LUBRICATING OILS USING CLAY AND CENTRIFUGATION - A process for recovering used lubricating oils, and oils recovered using the process. In a first embodiment (for used industrial oils), the used lubricating oil is mixed with clay in a reactor. The mixture is preferably heated to between 80 and 200 degrees Celsius. The temperature should not be too great, to avoid “cracking” the oil (i.e., breaking molecular chains in the oil). After a certain period of time, the mixture is pumped through filters. Cakes of clay and contaminants remain in the filters, while the oil emerges without the contaminants. A second embodiment (for removing ash or soot, very fine carbon particles and other organic compounds from used motor oils) is the same as the first embodiment, except that before the mixture is passed through the filters, a centrifuge is used to remove most of the clay contaminated with soot, so that it will not block the filters.07-15-2010
20120289441PROCESS FOR RECOVERING USED LUBRICATING OILS USING CLAY AND CENTRIFUGATION - A process for recovering used industrial and motor lubricating oils. In a first embodiment (for used industrial oils), the used lubricating oil is mixed with clay in a reactor. The mixture is preferably heated to between 105 and 200 degrees Celsius. The temperature should not be too great, to avoid “cracking” the oil (i.e., breaking molecular chains in the oil). After a certain period of time, the mixture is pumped through filters. Cakes of clay and contaminants remain in the filters, while the oil emerges without the contaminants. A second embodiment (for removing ash or soot, very fine carbon particles and other organic compounds from used motor oils) is the same as the first embodiment, except that before the mixture is passed through the filters, a centrifuge is used to remove most of the clay contaminated with soot, so that it will not block the filters.11-15-2012
20120088702PROCESS FOR IMPROVING A RE-REFINED LUBE OIL STREAM - Embodiments of a process for improving a re-refined lube oil stream are provided. The process comprises the steps of introducing a gas stream comprising hydrogen (H04-12-2012
508452000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting an organic -C(=O)O- compound of known structure 4
20110269655Gear Oil Additive - Gear oil formulations comprising a gear oil and a film forming agent are disclosed. The film forming agent comprises a polymeric ester which is the reaction product of at least one polyfunctional alcohol, a dimer fatty acid, an optional aliphatic dicarboxylic acid having 5 to 18 carbon atoms and one or more ingredients to reduce the acid value of the polymeric ester to below 5 mgKOH/g with the resultant polymeric ester having a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. ranging from 400 to 5000 mm11-03-2011
20100298185Lubricating Composition Containing a Polymer - The invention provides a lubricating composition containing an oil of lubricating viscosity, an additive containing a polymeric backbone and at least one amino group. The invention further provides for the additive to have dispersant and/or dispersant viscosity modifying properties. The lubricating composition is suitable for lubricating an internal combustion engine.11-25-2010
20100130393Ester Dispersant Composition for Soot Handling in EGR Engines - Reaction of a carboxylic acid-containing polymer with certain aromatic amines and polyols results in ester containing dispersant viscosity modifiers with improved soot handling performance in heavy-duty diesel engines, compared with non-ester containing dispersants.05-27-2010
20120245066Novel Lubricity Enhancing Additives, a Method for Producing the Same and use Thereof - The invention relates to novel lubricity enhancing additives, to a method for producing the same, and to the use thereof.09-27-2012
508152000 Elemental sulfur, selenium, or tellurium 4
20090029883METHOD FOR IMPROVING THE OXIDATION STABILITY OF ASHLESS OIL - A method for improving the oxidation stability of an ashless hydraulic fluid or an ashless paper machine oil, comprising:01-29-2009
20090029882PROCESS TO MAKE AN ASHLESS LUBRICATING OIL WITH HIGH OXIDATION STABILITY - A process for making an ashless hydraulic fluid or paper machine oil comprising a) hydroisomerization dewaxing, b) fractionating, c) selecting a fraction having a very high VI, and a high level of molecules with cycloparaffinic functionality, and d) blending the fraction with an ashless antioxidant. A process for making ashless paper machine oil, comprising: 01-29-2009
20090075850ASHLESS HYDRAULIC FLUID OR PAPER MACHINE OIL - An ashless lubricating oil, comprising a base oil having greater than 90 wt % saturates, less than 10 wt % aromatics, a viscosity index greater than 130, low sulfur, and a sequential number of carbon atoms. The lubricating oil has a VI between 155 and 300, greater than 680 minutes in a rotary pressure vessel oxidation test, and a kinematic viscosity at 40° C. from 19.8 to 748 cSt. An ashless paper machine oil, comprising a base oil having a sequential number of carbon atoms, wherein the oil has a defined viscosity index and high oxidation stability. Also, an ashless lubricating oil, comprising a base oil having a viscosity index greater than 150, wherein the base oil is made from a blend of petroleum-based wax and Fischer-Tropsch derived wax.03-19-2009
20090298726HEAT-RESISTANT BEARING MATERIAL - A heat-resistant bearing material consisting of an austenitic iron matrix alloy should, under high temperatures, have good solid lubricant properties with a high heat resistance and a high creep resistance. To this end, an iron matrix alloy is used, containing a sufficient sulphur part for obtaining a solid lubricant action on the bearing surfaces thereof, and between 1 and 6 wt. % of at least one of the following alloy elements: tungsten (W), cobalt (Co), niobium (Nb), rhenium (Re), molybdenum (Mo), tantalium (Ta), vanadium (V), hafnium (Hf), yttrium (Y), zirconium (Zr), and/or comparably high-melting alloy elements.12-03-2009
508149000 Elemental halogen or elemental phosphorus 4
20090011961Lubricant compositions stabilized with styrenated phenolic antioxidant - Compositions are disclosed that comprise a lubricant, at least a first antioxidant and an optional second antioxidant, the first antioxidant being a styrenated phenolic antioxidant and the optional second antioxidant a secondary diarylamine for synergistic antioxidant action. Also disclosed is a method of increasing the oxidation stability of lubricating oils comprising: adding thereto at least a first antioxidant and, optionally, a second antioxidant, the first antioxidant being a styrenated phenolic antioxidant and the optional second antioxidant a secondary diarylamine.01-08-2009
20090170733LUBE OIL COMPOSITIONS - A lube oil composition is provided. The lube oil composition includes a base oil and a carbon nanocapsule grafting with an alkyl group dispersed in the base oil, wherein the carbon nanocapsule is hollow or filled with metal, metal alloy, metal oxide, metal carbide, metal sulfide, metal nitride or metal boride.07-02-2009
20080280791Lubricating Oil Composition for Marine Applications - A lubricating oil and a lubricant additive composition suitable for use in marine gear applications, including the gears of two-cycle or four-cycle outboard marine engines or the gears of an outdrive of an inboard/outboard marine drivetrain. The lubricating oil and additive composition may exhibit improved water emulsification and wear properties.11-13-2008
20080300154LUBRICATING OIL WITH ENHANCED PROTECTION AGAINST WEAR AND CORROSION - Provided is a lubricating oil composition comprising: (a) a major amount of an oil of lubricating viscosity; and (b) one or more borated alkaline earth metal alkyltoluene sulfonate detergents; wherein the lubricating oil composition comprises no more than about 0.20 wt. % of phosphorus and no more than about 0.50 wt. % of sulfur.12-04-2008
508133000 Asphalt, pitch, pitch distillate, or chemically reacted asphalt or pitch (e.g., sulfurized, salified, reduced, blown, etc.) 4
20090163391Power Transmission Fluid Compositions and Preparation Thereof - A power transmission fluid composition meeting required specifications of manufactures is provided. The power transmission fluid composition contains a sufficient amount of a Pour Point Reducing Blend Component for the power transmission fluid to have a Brookfield viscosity at −40° C. of less than or equal to 16,000 cP. The Pour Point Reducing Blend Component is selected from an isomerized Fischer-Tropsch derived bottoms product, a bottoms product prepared from an isomerized highly waxy mineral oil, and mixtures thereof.06-25-2009
20120046205Compressor oil composition - The present invention provides a refrigerating machine oil, a compressor oil composition, a hydraulic oil composition, a metalworking oil composition, a heat treating oil composition, a lubricating oil composition for machine tools and a lubricating oil composition which comprise a lubricating oil base oil having % C02-23-2012
20100093568REFRIGERATOR OIL, COMPRESSOR OIL COMPOSITION, HYDRAULIC FLUID COMPOSITION, METALWORKING FLUID COMPOSITION, HEAT TREATMENT OIL COMPOSITION, LUBRICANT COMPOSITION FOR MACHINE TOOL AND LUBRICANT COMPOSITION - The present invention provides a refrigerating machine oil, a compressor oil composition, a hydraulic oil composition, a metalworking oil composition, a heat treating oil composition, a lubricating oil composition for machine tools and a lubricating oil composition which comprise a lubricating oil base oil having % C04-15-2010
20130143778UPGRADING DEASPHALTING RESIDUE TO HIGH PERFORMANCE ASPHALT - A novel composition is provided that incorporates the residual solids from solvent deasphalting to make a high value asphalt product. A process for making the asphalt composition is also provided. A first portion of heavy oil or another feedstock can be deasphalted using propane deasphalting or another suitable deasphalting process. This generates a solvated fraction and an insoluble deasphalting residue. The deasphalting residue is then added to a second portion of heavy oil, such as a second portion of the same type of heavy oil that was used as feedstock in the solvent deasphalting. The mixture of deasphalting residue and heavy oil results in a novel dispersion that is suitable for use as an asphalt. Optionally, an additive such as an alkyl substituted aromatic sulfonic acid can be added to the composition to further improve the asphalt properties.06-06-2013
508112000 Halogenated graphite, or microorganism metabolic product or culture product of indeterminate structure 3
20080242565Novel Cherkasky Lubricants Based On Modified Biomolecules and Biomasses, Methods For Their Production And Use of Modified Biomolecules And Biomasses As Lubricants or Additives - Both prepared, non-chemically modified and chemically modified biomasses, preferably algal biomasses as well as proteins and nucleic acids and organelles will be used either as lubricants or additives to lubricants. The advantages are as follows: the utility or utilization of biomasses such as dead animal bodies or plant and algal biomasses on the sea shores, for example during tides, the use of renewable row materials as lubricants and additives to other lubricants, the economical use of other lubricants, especially of those based on fossil sources, as well as the improvement of lubricative features by adding to oils, fats and pastes as well as the use of the lubricants according to this invention as an alternative to current lubricants. Modified biomolecules can improve thereby the quality of lubricants.10-02-2008
20090048128EQUIPMENT LUBRICATING MICROBIAL COMPOSITIONS - An exemplary embodiment is directed to an equipment lubricating composition comprising useful microorganisms. An exemplary embodiment comprises a water insoluble, water-absorbent substance and an encapsulated microorganism component including viable microorganisms. This encapsulating material may encapsulate and protect the microorganisms by essentially preventing the microorganisms from contacting the external environment. Based on the protection afforded by the encapsulation, exemplary embodiments may include previously inhospitable carrier compounds such as particulate machine lubricants.02-19-2009
20100222244LUBRICATING COMPOSITIONS BASED ON PERFLUOROPOLYETHERS - Use as additive to stabilize perfluoropolyether lubricant oils at high temperatures, preferably higher than 200° C., of a solid polymer at room temperature, having a softening or a melting point higher than 150° C., preferably higher than 200° C., and containing in the repeating unit at least one aromatic ring; preferably in the backbone, and lubricating compositions containing said additive.09-02-2010
508443000 Organic -C(=X)X- compound, wherein the X`s are the same or diverse chalcogens, with at least one X being sulfur 3
20120108479COMPRESSOR OILS HAVING IMPROVED OXIDATION RESISTANCE - A compressor lubricant composition providing energy savings and exhibiting excellent oxidation stability is provided, as well as a process for preparation of the lubricant composition. The composition comprises: (i) from 68 to 99.999 wt % of an isomerized base oil or blend of isomerized base oils; (ii) 0.001 through 20 wt % of a blend of ashless additives, the ashless additives having a viscosity range at 40° C. of from 50 mm05-03-2012
20100113314GEAR OIL COMPOSITION - To provide a gear oil composition containing a base oil, and compounded therein, (A) an ashless dithiocarbamate compound and (B) an ester of pentaerythritol and a C05-06-2010
20100144570MOLYBDENUM ALKYLXANTHATES AND LUBRICATING COMPOSITIONS - The present invention provides a molybdenum pentakis-alkylxanthate having general formula (1) which is indicated below.06-10-2010
20100113314GEAR OIL COMPOSITION - To provide a gear oil composition containing a base oil, and compounded therein, (A) an ashless dithiocarbamate compound and (B) an ester of pentaerythritol and a C05-06-2010
20100144570MOLYBDENUM ALKYLXANTHATES AND LUBRICATING COMPOSITIONS - The present invention provides a molybdenum pentakis-alkylxanthate having general formula (1) which is indicated below.06-10-2010
508322000 Sulfurized compound of indeterminate structure, which is a reaction product of an organic compound with sulfur halide, elemental sulfur, or metal polysulfide 2
20130123157LUBRICATING OIL COMPOSITIONS - Disclosed herein is a neutral or overbased salt of a sulfurized alkylhydroxyaromatic compound obtained by the process comprising the steps of (a) sulfurizing an alkylhydroxyaromatic compound derived from alkylation of a hydroxyaromatic compound with one or more olefins comprising C05-16-2013
20080234153LUBRICATING OIL COMPOSITION - The present invention provides a lubricating oil composition, which is capable to maintain sufficient low-friction (i.e. fuel saving performance) even when the lubricating oil is contaminated with soot and metal abrasion powder, which is excellent in durability with regard to anti-wear property and detergency, as well as oxidation stability, and which is capable to lower the ash content and to sufficiently maintain the performance of exhaust-gas after-treatment device for a long term. The lubricating oil composition comprises a lubricant base oil containing a base oil (X) of which % C09-25-2008
508564000 Organic phosphorus compound 2
20100004151Lubricating Compositions - The invention provides a lubricating composition containing hydrocarbyl-capped polyoxyalkylene polyol. The invention further provides lubricating compositions containing the hydrocarbyl-capped polyoxyalkylene polyol; and a method for lubricating a mechanical device with the lubricating composition.01-07-2010
20090312211LUBRICANT COMPOSITION - Provided is a lubricant composition containing a lubricant base oil and 0.5 to 10 mass % of (A) an ethylene/α-olefin copolymer having a number average molecular weight of 2,800 to 8,000, in which the lubricant base oil used here has a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of 1.5 to 40 mm12-17-2009
508588000 Organic halogen compound 2
20100210494GREASE COMPOSITION AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A grease composition, which comprises a mixture of mutually incompatible thickener-containing non-fluorine-based base oil and thickener-containing fluorine-based base oil, the base oils being in a morphological structure, where one of the base oils is homogeneously dispersed in a particulate state in the other base oil, can be produced by kneading the mixture through a three-roll mill at least twice. By forming a morphological structure, one of the mutually incompatible non-fluorine-based base oil and fluorine-based base oil is homogeneously dispersed in a particulate state in the other base oil, that is, by forming a microscopically dispersed state, the following effects can be obtained (1) less oil separation (smaller degree of oil separation) at elevated temperatures, (2) distinguished shearing stability, (3) low and stable friction coefficient, and (4) less abrasion.08-19-2010
20110124541Fluorinated Nano Diamond and Dispersion Thereof, and Process for Production of the Same - There is disclosed a fluorinated nanodiamond having an oxygen-to-fluorine element ratio (O/F) of 0.06 to 0.20, a fluorinated nanodiamond dispersion in which the fluorinated nanodiamond is dispersed in an alcohol-containing dispersion medium, and a production method of the fluorinated nanodiamond dispersion.05-26-2011
508542000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting an aldehyde, a phenol or phenol salt, and ammonia or substituted ammonia (e.g., reaction of formaldehyde, phenol, and amine, etc.) 2
20110251114METHOD FOR PRODUCING MANNICH ADDUCTS THAT CONTAIN POLYISOBUTYLENE PHENOL - Polyisobutenylphenol-containing Mannich adducts are prepared by 10-13-2011
20080274924METHOD FOR PRODUCING MANNICH ADDUCTS THAT CONTAIN POLYISOBUTYLENE PHENOL - Polyisobutenylphenol-containing Mannich adducts are prepared by 11-06-2008
508449000 Rosin, tall oil, or derivatives of indeterminate structure thereof 2
20090170736Metalworking Fluids Comprising Neutralized Fatty Acids - An additive for an aqueous metalworking fluid (MWF) comprises a C12-20 fatty acid neutralized with at least one of an amine, alkanolamine and a caustic. The additive is designed for use in an aqueous MWF having a pH of at least about 7 and comprising at least about 0.10 weight percent, based on the weight of the MWF, of the neutralized C12-20 fatty acid. The additive inhibits the staining of ferrous and nonferrous metals during and after machining.07-02-2009
20130217606LUBRICANT COMPOSITIONS FROM RENEWABLE BASE STOCKS WITH IMPROVED PROPERTIES - Provided are lubricant compositions from renewable biological sources with improved properties and methods of making and using such compositions. In one form, the lubricant composition includes from 20 to 99.8 wt. % of a lube base stock produced from a renewable biological source and an effective amount of one or more lubricant additives. The lube base stock includes 10 to 35 wt. % paraffins, 40 to 70 wt. % 1-ring naphthenes, and 0 to 40 wt. % combined 2-ring naphthenes and aromatics, and has a ratio of 1-ring naphthenes to paraffins from 1.8 to 5.0, and a Viscosity Index of from 100 to 160. The lube base stock has a 08-22-2013
508443000 Organic -C(=X)X- compound, wherein the Xs are the same or diverse chalcogens, with at least one X being sulfur 2
20100113314GEAR OIL COMPOSITION - To provide a gear oil composition containing a base oil, and compounded therein, (A) an ashless dithiocarbamate compound and (B) an ester of pentaerythritol and a C05-06-2010
20100144570MOLYBDENUM ALKYLXANTHATES AND LUBRICATING COMPOSITIONS - The present invention provides a molybdenum pentakis-alkylxanthate having general formula (1) which is indicated below.06-10-2010
20100113314GEAR OIL COMPOSITION - To provide a gear oil composition containing a base oil, and compounded therein, (A) an ashless dithiocarbamate compound and (B) an ester of pentaerythritol and a C05-06-2010
20100144570MOLYBDENUM ALKYLXANTHATES AND LUBRICATING COMPOSITIONS - The present invention provides a molybdenum pentakis-alkylxanthate having general formula (1) which is indicated below.06-10-2010
508385000 Heavy metal or aluminum naphthenate, in combination with an organic nitrogen, sulfur, or phosphorus compound 1
20120142566GREASE COMPOSITION AND MECHANICAL PART - The invention provides a grease composition containing a base oil, a thickener and an additive, characterized in that the base oil has a kinetic viscosity at 40° C. of 50 to 200 mm06-07-2012
508346000 Phosphosulfurized or phosphooxidized organic compound of indeterminate structure (i.e., indeterminate reaction products of organic compounds with phosphorus sulfides or oxides) 1
20120220508Lubricant Compositions - Suggested is a method for enhancing energy efficiency of engines by applying to said engines a lubricant composition containing (A) carboxylic esters derived from the reaction of mono-, di- and/or poly alcohols with mono- and/or dicarboxylic acids, together with an additive blend (B) comprising at least two different additives (a) and (b) together, whereby compound (a) is selected from dithiophosphates, and compound (b) is selected from alkylated phosphorothionates, on condition that the total amount of the additive blend (B) is below 0.1 wt %, calculated on the weight of the whole composition.08-30-2012
508451000 Naturally occurring carboxylic acid ester wax (e.g., carnauba wax, lanolin, beeswax, etc.) 1
20110111995GREASE COMPOSITION AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF - In this grease composition, a grease produced by mixing at least one base oil selected from a mineral oil-type lubricant base oil, a synthetic lubricant base oil, and a biodegradable lubricant base oil with a thickener is compounded with a wax and water, and an additive such as a surfactant and a defoamer is optionally compounded therewith. A soap containing a calcium sulfonate complex is used as the thickener. A carnauba wax is preferably used as the wax. Since this grease composition is mainly composed of a grease and a wax, the grease composition extremely facilities its removal operation after application, is environmentally friendly, and has extremely excellent anti-corrosion performance. When the grease composition is used by being applied to a base material of an object to be welded, an effect of preventing the adhesion of welding spatters can be obtained.05-12-2011
508201000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting a silicon compound of known structure 1
20110257055Composite Particles and Method of Forming - Composite particles and a method of forming composite particles are described. The composite particles comprise at least one inorganic nanoparticle covalently bound to at least one inorganic microparticle with a linking compound. Lubricant compositions and sprayable dispersion compositions comprising composite particles are also described.10-20-2011
508184000 Azo compound (i.e., compound having two acyclic nitrogens double bonded to each other, and carbon single bonded to each of the nitrogens) 1
20120178656Dispersant Viscosity Modifiers - The disclosed invention relates to a composition comprising a grafted polymer. The polymer backbone comprises an olefin block and a vinyl aromatic block. The polymer backbone is grafted with a pendant carbonyl containing group, the grafting being conducted in oil in the presence of an initiator. The carbonyl containing-group is optionally substituted to provide ester, imide and/or amide functionality. The grafted polymer is useful as a dispersant viscosity modifier in lubricating compositions such as engine oils.07-12-2012
508419000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting a compound having phosphorus single bonded directly to chalcogen by nonionic bonding and attached directly or indirectly to carbon by nonionic bonding (e.g., by reaction of phosphorus acids and esters, etc.) 1
20130017981Lubricating Compositions - The invention provides a lubricating composition containing hydrocarbyl-capped polyoxyalkylene polyol. The invention further provides lubricating compositions containing the hydrocarbyl-capped polyoxyalkylene polyol; and a method for lubricating a mechanical device with the lubricating composition.01-17-2013
508450000 Purified or chemically reacted naturally occurring carboxylic acid ester wax (e.g., acidolized, hydrogenated, halogenated, etc.) 1
20100279903Metal Salts Of Oxidized Low Molecular Byproduct Polyethylene As Lubricants For PVC - Polymeric salts, lubricant compositions comprising the polymeric salts and processes for producing such polymeric salts. More specifically, low viscosity lubricants for the working surface of an extrusion die during the processing of plastics that require lubricants to render them processable, such as polyvinyl chloride, chlorinated polyvinyl chloride, polyvinylidene chloride and copolymers thereof. A metal base is reacted with acid functional groups formed during oxidation of a wax, thereby forming a polymeric salt, neutralizing the wax and saponifying saponifiable functional groups.11-04-2010
508447000 Organic cyano or isocyano compound 1
20120309657Lubricating Composition Containing an Antiwear Agent - The invention provides a lubricating composition containing an oil of lubricating viscosity, a compound derived from the hydroxy-carboxylic acid and a nitrile compound. The invention further relates to a method of the lubricating an internal combustion engine with the lubricating composition.12-06-2012
508543000 Compound of indeterminate structure, prepared by reacting an organic nitrogen compound of known structure 1
20100305011ANTI-OXIDATION AND/OR ANTI-CORROSION AGENT, LUBRICATING COMPOSITION CONTAINING SAID AGENT AND METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAME - New anti-oxidation and/or anti-corrosion agents representing new products resulting from the reaction of a diphenyl amine compound (DPA) with a phenyl-α-naphthyl amine compound (PAN), possess improved properties, as compared to known additives. Lubricating compositions, in particular for turbines, containing the novel anti-oxidation and/or anti-corrosion agents, and a method for preparing the novel anti-oxidation and/or anti-corrosion agents, as well as the novel lubricating compositions are described.12-02-2010
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20090163390Artifacts, Methods of Creating Such Artifacts and Methods of using Such Artifacts - Artifacts, methods of creating such artifacts and methods of using such artifacts are provided. In this regard, an exemplary embodiment of a method for creating an artifact for quantifying measurement accuracy of non-contact sensors included in optical three-dimensional (3-D) measuring systems, comprises: fabricating an artifact using a base material; and coating the artifact with an approximately uniform coating of dry film lubricant.06-25-2009
20100062954TRANSMISSION FLUID COMPOSITION - The invention provides a transmission fluid composition which has a kinematic viscosity as determined at 100° C. of 2 to 10 mm03-11-2010
20110195878METHOD FOR IMPROVING THE FUEL EFFICIENCY OF ENGINE OIL COMPOSITIONS FOR LARGE LOW AND MEDIUM SPEED ENGINES BY REDUCING THE TRACTION COEFFICIENT - The present invention is directed to a method for improving the fuel efficiency of low and medium speed engine oil compositions by reducing the traction coefficient of the oil by formulating the oil using at least two base stocks of different kinematic viscosity wherein the differences in kinematic viscosity between the base stocks is at least 30 mm08-11-2011
20120264661BASE OIL FOR COOLING DEVICE, DEVICE-COOLING OIL CONTAINING THE BASE OIL, DEVICE TO BE COOLED BY THE COOLING OIL, AND DEVICE COOLING METHOD USING THE COOLING OIL - A base oil for cooling a device contains a hydrocarbon compound at 30 mass % or more and exhibits a kinematic viscosity of 4 mm10-18-2012
20130090272170 NEUTRAL BASE OIL WITH IMPROVED PROPERTIES - We provide a base stock comprising hydrocarbons with consecutive numbers of carbon atoms, wherein the base stock has a boiling range from 388 to 538° C., a VI from 105 to less than 130, and a Noack volatility from 5 to 11.5 wt % or a CCS VIS at −25° C. from 2000 to 4000 mPa·s. We also provide a base stock slate comprising the base stock and an additional base stock having an additional boiling range from 371 to 496° C. and other properties.04-11-2013
20130165354METHOD FOR IMPROVING ENGINE FUEL EFFICIENCY - A method for improving fuel efficiency in an engine lubricated with a lubricating oil by using as the lubricating oil a formulated oil having a composition comprising: a lubricating oil base stock; and a viscosity index improver comprising at least one propylene-based polymer. The at least one propylene-based polymer comprises from 60 wt % to 98 wt % propylene derived units and from 2 wt % to 40 wt % units derived from one or more other alpha olefins, a weight average molecular weight (Mw) as measured by GPC of from 100,000 to 500,000, a number average molecular weight (Mn) as measured by GPC of from 100,000 to 400,000, a molecular weight distribution (MWD=Mw/Mn) of from 1 to 2; and a mole ratio of propylene to one or more other alpha olefins from 50:50 to 85:15.06-27-2013
20110028362Automatic Transmission Fluid - Provided are compositions for use in Automatic Transmission Fluids. More specifically, provided are Automatic Transmission Fluids made using Gas-to-Liquids lubricant base oils, which are formulated with minimal to no polymeric Viscosity Index improvers and processes for production thereof. The automatic transmission fluids disclosed herein contain a) a lubricant base oil having a Viscosity Index greater than a Viscosity Index Factor as calculated by the following equation:02-03-2011
20090149357Lubricant composition - A lubricant composition includes a base oil having a consecutive number of carbon atoms and a viscosity index greater than a Viscosity Index Factor calculated by the following equation:06-11-2009
20120289440METHODS, APPARATUS, AND SYSTEMS FOR INCORPORATING BIO-DERIVED MATERIALS INTO OIL SANDS PROCESSING - Methods, processes, apparatus, systems, and compositions are disclosed for improving the sustainability of oil sands processing. In some embodiments, bitumen is combined with biodiluent comprising one or more liquid pyrolysis fractions obtained from pyrolyzing biomass and collecting multiple liquid fractions. The bitumen may be any source of bitumen, such as bitumen obtained from oil sands. In some embodiments, a water-rich pyrolysis liquid displaces water use in an oil sands process. The water-rich pyrolysis liquid may be used for primary separation of bitumen from oil sands or for hydrotransport, for example. Also, biochar produced from biomass pyrolysis may be introduced to an oil sands tailing pond with various benefits. Water may be recycled from a tailing pond. Integration of a pyrolysis and separation process into an oil sands refining process reduces the overall greenhouse-gas emissions on a well-to-refined product basis by 10-70% or more. Various compositions and products are also disclosed.11-15-2012
20110287989Hydraulic Composition with Improved Wear Properties - The present invention relates to methods of lubricating a mechanical device by using a low sulfur lubricating composition that contains a friction modifier and provides improved antiwear performance. The invention further provides the lubricating compositions used therein.11-24-2011
20110287988SQUALANE AND ISOSQUALANE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR PREPARING THE SAME - Provided herein are methods comprising catalytic dimerization of β-farnesene to obtain squalane and/or isosqualane. Compositions comprising squalane and/or isosqualane are provided. In certain embodiments, squalane and isosqualane prepared by the methods provided herein can be useful for applications in cosmetic industry and/or in the lubricants industry.11-24-2011
20090062164Gear Oil Compositions, Methods of Making and Using Thereof - A gear oil composition is provided. The composition comprises a synergistic amount of an isomerized base oil having consecutive numbers of carbon atoms and less than 10 wt% naphthenic carbon by n-d-M for the gear oil composition to have a traction coefficient at 15 mm03-05-2009
20100081590110 NEUTRAL BASE OIL WITH IMPROVED PROPERTIES - We provide a base oil comprising hydrocarbons with consecutive numbers of carbon atoms. The base oil has a boiling range from 700 to 925° F. (371 to 496° C.), a VI from 105 to 119, and either a Noack volatility less than 18 wt % or a CCS VIS at −25° C. less than 1500 mPa·s. The base oil may have a ratio of Noack Volatility to CCS VIS at −25° C. multiplied by 100 from 0.80 to 1.55.04-01-2010
20100113311Method for quantitatively determining the dye content in dyed oils - A new method to determine by quantitative analysis the amount of dye present in dyed engine oils is provided. The method uses imaging techniques, such as spectrophotometry, and a combination of dilution and standard addition techniques to quantitatively determine the concentration of dye in the engine oil to ascertain whether dye concentrations in engine oil have decreased as compared with original specifications, and to quantify the amount of dye to be added to the dyed engine oil to bring dye concentrations to original concentrations.05-06-2010
20090143261Engine Oil Compositions with Improved Fuel Economy Performance - An engine lubricating oil exhibiting a fuel economy improvement is disclosed. The engine oil composition meets at least one of ILSAC GF-4, API CI-4, API CJ4, ACEA A1, ACEA A5, ACEA B1, ACEA B5, ACEA C1, ACEA C2, ACEA C3, ACEA C4A, and JASO DL-1 performance specifications. The composition comprises at least an isomerized base oil comprising a consecutive number of carbon atoms and having a CCS Viscosity at −35° C. of less than or equal to 7000 mPa, a T06-04-2009
20090005275Power steering fluid - Provided are power steering fluids made from a waxy feed and with improved low temperature properties, such as, for example, a viscosity index of greater than 290 and a Brookfield Viscosity at −40° C. of less than 1900 mPa·s. In an embodiment, the power steering fluid comprises greater than 50 weight % base oil, viscosity index improver, and less than about 1.0 weight % pour point depressant.01-01-2009
20110230377Recovery of lubricants from used cooling lubricants - In a method for recovering lubricant or lubricant concentrate from a used mixture containing lubricant, the mixture containing lubricant and which is substantially dewatered is subjected to short path distillation at a temperature of at least 150° C. and a pressure of less than 1.5 mbar, in order to obtain a lubricant concentrate which can be recycled into cooling lubricants and which is free of very finely wear debris, metal soaps and polymers.09-22-2011
20090062163Gear Oil Compositions, Methods of Making and Using Thereof - A gear oil composition is provided. The composition comprises an isomerized base oil having consecutive numbers of carbon atoms, less than 0.05 wt. % aromatics, a viscosity index between 150 and 170, Oxidator BN of 15 to 50 hours; and 0.001 to 30 wt % at least an additive selected from traction reducers, dispersants, viscosity modifiers, pour point depressants, antifoaming agents, antioxidants, rust inhibitors, metal passivators, extreme pressure agents, friction modifiers, and mixtures thereof. In one embodiment, composition displays a pressure viscosity coefficient of greater than 9.5 GPa03-05-2009
20090005273FUNCTIONAL FLUID COMPOSITIONS - A functional fluid comprising a base oil with a high viscosity index, wherein the functional fluid has a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. between 2.5 and 5.0 mm01-01-2009
20090036334USE OF IONIC LIQUIDS FOR THE LUBRICATION OF COMPONENTS IN WIND POWER PLANTS - The invention relates to the use of lubricants containing at least one ionic liquid as lubricants in components of a wind power plant.02-05-2009
20090036333Metalworking Fluid Compositions and Preparation Thereof - A metalworking fluid composition comprising an isomerized base oil having consecutive numbers of carbon atoms and less than 10 wt % naphthenic carbon by n-d-M is provided. The metalworking fluid has reduced mist formation, low foaming tendency and excellent air release properties.02-05-2009
20100179079LUBRICATING OIL FOR NON-STAGE TRANSMISSION - Provided is a lubricating oil for continuously variable transmissions characterized by that used as a base oil are a synthetic oil I having the following properties: 07-15-2010
20090312205LUBRICANT COMPOSITION FOR USE THE REDUCTION OF PISTON RING FOULING IN AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE - The present invention relates to a lubricant composition comprising a base oil or base oil blend and one or more additives, wherein the lubricant composition has a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of more than 5.0 mm12-17-2009
20120149612PROCESS TO MAKE BASE OIL BY OLIGOMERIZING LOW BOILING OLEFINS - A process for making base oil, comprising: oligomerizing one or more olefins having a boiling point less than 82° C. in the presence of an ionic liquid catalyst to produce the base oil having a kinematic viscosity at 40° C. of 1100 mm06-14-2012
20110190176Cleaning and Lubricating Wipes - The Invention relates to a product comprising of an absorbent wipe and lubricating oil. The lubricating oil is impregnated into the wipe resulting in an oil-saturated wipe that can be used to clean and lubricate drive chains and gears. The oil-saturated wipe allows the user to clean and lubricate simultaneously, combining the typical 2 step process into one easy and convenient step. The oil saturated wipe also reduces the typical waste normally resulting from dripping oil onto the drive chain and prevents the oil from spilling onto unwanted parts that are in close proximity to the drive chain.08-04-2011
20090005274PROCESS FOR MAKING SHOCK ABSORBER FLUID - A process to make a shock absorber fluid having improved performance properties, the properties including an air release after 1 minute by DIN 51381 of less than 0.8 vol %, a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. less than 5 mm01-01-2009
20090062162Gear oil composition, methods of making and using thereof - A gear oil composition is provided. The composition comprises a synergistic amount of an isomerized base oil having consecutive numbers of carbon atoms and less than 10 wt % naphthenic carbon by n-d-M for the gear oil composition to have a traction coefficient at 15 mm03-05-2009
20110166052Gear Oil Compositions, Methods of Making and Using Thereof - A gear oil composition is provided. The composition comprises a synergistic amount of an isomerized base oil having consecutive numbers of carbon atoms and less than 10 wt % naphthenic carbon by n-d-M for the gear oil composition to have a traction coefficient at 15 mm07-07-2011
20110166051CAPPED PARTICLES FOR USE IN LUBRICANTS - The present invention relates to capped particle additives for use in lubricant compositions, to processes for producing the additives, and to the use of the additives in lubricants and in systems that are lubricated. When used in a lubricant to lubricate a metallic surface of a workpiece, the capped particle preferably adhere to the metallic surface of the workpiece.07-07-2011
20090062161Two-cycle gasoline engine lubricant - A lubricating oil comprising a base oil of specified carbon types, less than 5 wt % hydrocarbon solvent, and a detergent/dispersant additive package, wherein the lubricating oil has a blend kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of 6.5 mm03-05-2009
20120157359LUBRICATING OIL WITH IMPROVED WEAR PROPERTIES - Provided is a lubricating oil composition for internal combustion engines comprising at least one hydrocarbon base stock which is determined to exhibit a 40° C. PVC/100° C. PVC ratio approaching one or greater, and one or more lubricating additives. Also provided is a method for preparing such a composition, which includes determining the 40° C. PVC/100° C. PVC ratio of a hydrocarbon base stock oil, and selecting a hydrocarbon base stock oil which exhibits a 40° C. PVC/100° C. PVC ratio approaching one. One or more lubricating additives is then added to the selected base stock oil.06-21-2012
20120129741LUBRICATING COMPOSITION - The present invention provides a lubricating composition for use in the crankcase of an engine comprising a base oil and one or more additives, wherein the base oil comprises a Fischer-Tropsch derived base oil and wherein the lubricating composition has a kinematic viscosity at 100 C (according to ASTM D 445} of below 5.6 cSt and a Noack volatility (according to ASTM D 5800) of below 15 wt. %.05-24-2012
20100048434Fluids Having Partially Hydrogenated Substituted Styrene Linear Dimers and Method of Making Same - A basestock that comprises a fully hydrogenated substituted styrene linear dimer; a partially hydrogenated mono-aromatic substituted styrene linear dimer; and a partially hydrogenated di-aromatic substituted styrene linear dimer. A process of producing a basestock that comprises reacting a feed stream that comprises substituted styrene, alcohol, and a dimerization catalyst, in the presence of a solvent, to form a crude slurry of dimerized substituted styrene; and partially hydrogenating the dimerized substituted styrene with hydrogen over a Group VIII catalyst to form a basestock that comprises a fully hydrogenated substituted styrene linear dimer and a partially hydrogenated substituted styrene linear dimer.02-25-2010
20110124536LUBRICANT COMPOSITION - The lubricant base oil of the invention has excellent energy-conserving performance, low-temperature viscosity characteristics, and detergency. The composition contains: (A) a lubricant base oil composed of, based on the total base oil amount, 50 to 99.9 mass % of a lubricant base oil having a 100° C. kinematic viscosity of 1 to less than 5 mm05-26-2011
20120322701LOW VISCOSITY MARINE CYLINDER LUBRICATING OIL COMPOSITIONS - Disclosed herein are marine cylinder lubricants which comprise a major amount of basestock selected from the group consisting of a Group II basestock, a Group III basestock and mixtures thereof, wherein the marine cylinder lubricant has a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of from 13 to about 16.2 cSt; and contains less than about 10 wt. % bright stock. Also disclosed are marine cylinder lubricants which comprise a major amount of basestock selected from the group consisting of a Group II basestock, a Group III basestock and mixtures thereof, wherein the marine cylinder lubricant has a kinematic viscosity at 100° C. of between about 13 and about 16.2 cSt; and a total base number of 5 to about 70, and further wherein the marine cylinder lubricant contains less than about 10 wt. % bright stock.12-20-2012
20110306526LUBRICATING OIL BASED ON POLYOL ESTERS - The present invention relates to oils based on polyol esters, which may be obtained from renewable resources and used as lubricant bases or lubrication additives, notably in four-stroke engine oils, oils for hydraulics or transmissions, as well as industrial lubricants.12-15-2011
20080255010Synthetic lubricating compositions - Lubricating oil compositions of the invention comprise a major amount of a base oil of lubricating viscosity and an effective amount of at least one lubricant antioxidant, the base oil comprising a blend of a Group III base oil derived from a synthesis gas, and a Group IV base oil wherein the ratio of the Group III to Group IV base oils is such that the lubricating composition exhibits an oxidation stability determined by a measure of high temperature deposits that is less than half the mathematical sum of the oxidative stability determined for each of the unblended Group III and Group IV oils containing the same antioxidant in the same amount as in the blend.10-16-2008
20080242564Method for improving the cooling efficiency of a functional fluid - A method is disclosed for improving the cooling of equipment lubricated by functional fluids, such as power train fluids, by lubricating the equipment with a functional fluid comprising a wax isomerate or hydrodewaxate base stock and at least one performance additive thus permitting a reduction in the volume of lubricant used and a concomitant reduction in the size of the lubricant reservoir and related equipment.10-02-2008
20130130952PROCESSES FOR PREPARING LOW VISCOSITY LUBRICATING OIL BASE STOCKS - A process for the oligomerization of C05-23-2013
20130178401Lubricating Pellet - A lubricating pellet includes an impact-rupturable shell defining an interior cavity, a lubricating substance consisting of grease or oil or other lubricating substance disposed throughout the interior cavity and contained within by said shell, providing a impact-rupturable container when the lubricating pellet is ejected from a pellet discharge device, hitting an intended target and disbursing the lubricating substance onto the target.07-11-2013

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