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How To Flush and Regrease Rolling Element Bearings

16 Jun 2020, Posted by McPherson Oil in Oil Tips

Grease is one of the most commonly discussed topics in the lubrication world, and with good reason. Proper greasing of components such as bearings is absolutely critical to proper equipment performance, but it is often seen as more complex or challenging than oil lubrication –…

It is well worthwhile to review some basic tenets of oil analysis and its application to condition monitoring. There are many different types of tests that are used to evaluate lubricants. The tests specified must cover three areas: machine condition, contamination condition, and lubricant condition….

Mobil: GF-6 is here!

01 May 2020, Posted by McPherson Oil in Product Announcements

The wait is over. GF-6 – the newest ILSAC engine oil performance standard aimed at improving fuel economy, providing Low-Speed Pre-Ignition and timing chain wear protection for passenger vehicles – is here. We’ve been planning for this. ExxonMobil research and engineering teams have been providing…

Mobil DTE 20 Ultra Series Now Available

01 Apr 2020, Posted by McPherson Oil in Product Announcements

Mobil DTE 20 Ultra series is now available in the United States as the newly designed monograde hydraulic fluids to replace Mobil DTE 20 Series lubricants. Mobil DTE 20 Ultra series oils are high-performance anti-wear hydraulic oils with extended oil life capabilities and have demonstrated…

Statement About Operations During the Covid-19 Pandemic

16 Mar 2020, Posted by McPherson Oil in News

Dear Customers and Friends, Our world is changing rapidly because of coronavirus (COVID-19).  With schools and businesses closing, we continue to balance supporting our employees and ensuring your business has the products you need to operate.  We’ve taken measures to protect our employees, customers and…

Water Contamination in Heat Transfer Systems

09 Mar 2020, Posted by McPherson Oil in General

Water in a heat transfer system can be potentially harmful to equipment and present a major safety hazard to maintenance personnel. Here’s why: When water residing at a low point in a system reaches its boiling point and flashes to steam, its volume increases- suddenly-…