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What are six important factors to consider in the design of a circulating oil system?

Reservoir capacity, dimensions, locations, materials, baffles; oil flow; temperature; hydraulic fluid; size and positioning of vents; pump type and rating; filter types, ratings and locations; actuator type and size; design of fluid conductors; valve types and orientations.

1

Name three methods of applying grease.

Pressure gun
Centralized grease system
Waste pad
Hand packing
Block grease
Electro-lubers

2

Where should baffles be placed in a reservoir in relation to the inlet and suction line in a lube system?

Between the inlet and suction line

3

In a bulk storage tank, the suction line should be located at least _______ to _______ _______ from the _______ of the tank.

4 to 6 Inches from the bottom of the tank.

4

Name six types of automatic lubricating systems.

Oil mist
Circulating oil
Single line grease
Multiple line grease
Electroluber
Spray

5

Name the major types of lubricants used in and on machine tools.

Coolant
Way lubricant
Hydraulic oil
Grease
Spindle oil
Gear oil

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What are some correct ways to store oil drums if they must be stored outside?

Store them on their sides or at an angle with the bungs up, use drum lid covers, store under a roof.