Abstract: A low foaming lubricating oil composition comprising a mineral oil, an oil soluble detergent-like additive which increases the foaming tendency of the lubricating oil, and an effective amount of an estolide of a hydroxy fatty acid having 10 to 24 carbon atoms which reduces the foaming tendency of the lubricating oil composition. The lubricating oil achieves the low foaming tendency without added silicone polymers and has a silicon content of less than about 10 parts per million by weight. The preferred estolide is the estolide of 12-hydroxystearic acid.
Abstract: A novel process for reducing Mo(V) or Mo(VI) dialkyldithiophosphates to Mo(IV) dialkyldithiophosphates with H.sub.2 S is provided. Homologues higher than the ethyl compound are oil soluble and novel. Lubricant compositions containing same provide reduced wear and friction.
Abstract: Hydrocracked lubricating oils are effectively stabilized against deterioration caused by light by the inclusion of at least one of certain dihydroxy-diphenyl components. Such components, e.g., 4,4'-bis(2,6-di-tertiary butyl phenol), provide outstanding inhibition to sunlight deterioration.
Abstract: Lubricating oil dispersancy is synergistically improved by use of a combination of (a) a boronated hydrocarbon-substituted succinic amide/imide/ester of an oxyalkylated amine and (b) a Mannich condensation product of a hydrocarbon-substituted phenol, formaldehyde, and amine, and optionally, a fatty acid and or a boronating agent.
Abstract: Lubricating oils containing at least one amino phenol of the general formula ##STR1## wherein R is a substantially saturated, hydrocarbon-based group of at least about 10 aliphatic carbon atoms, a, b and c are, for example, each 1, 2 or 3, and Ar is an aromatic moiety such as a benzene nucleus, naphthalene nucleus or linked benzene nuclei, are effective in lubricating two-cycle internal combustion engines. Typically such amino phenols for this use are formed by nitration and reduction of alkyl phenols having an alkyl or alkenyl group of at least about 50 carbon atoms.
Abstract: Water soluble lubricant compositions comprising alkanolamine and organic acid are improved by employing as the organic acid a partial acid amide of a dicarboxylic acid, such as mono-PRIMENE 81 R amide of succinic acid, mono-di-2-ethylhexylamide of maleic acid, mono-di-2-ethylhexylamide of methyltetrahydrophthalic acid and mono-di-2-ethylhexylamide of methylhexahydrophthalic acid as the organic acid.
Abstract: A cylinder lubricating oil composition characterized by having a Total Base Number from about 50 to 100 comprising a mineral lubricating oil, from 10 to 20 percent of an overbased calcium sulfonate and an N-hydroxyethyl alkenylsuccinimide represented by the formula: ##STR1## in which R is a straight chain hydrocarbon radical having form about 8 to 22 carbon atoms.
October 22, 1981
Date of Patent:
December 13, 1983
Rodney L. Sung, Benjamin H. Zoleski, William P. Cullen, Mahmoud S. Kablaoui
Abstract: Lubricating oil characterized by improved friction reduction contains friction reducing amounts of a keto amide prepared by the reaction of an amine and an unsaturated cyclic keto acid bearing pendant alkyl groups.
February 1, 1982
Date of Patent:
December 6, 1983
Benjamin J. Kaufman, Robert A. Sawicki, Stephen A. Levine
Abstract: Molybdenum compositions suitable for improving the properties of lubricants and fuels comprise the reaction product of molybdenum and a polyamine Mannich reaction product, a polyamine hydrocarbyl-substituted dicarboxylic acid compound reaction product, and the oxidized and/or sulfurized reaction products thereof.
Abstract: A class of N,N',N"-trisubstituted bis-(p-aminobenzyl)anilines are found to be effective antioxidants in a broad spectrum of petroleum and petroleum related products. Trialkyl, tri(arylmethyl), and tri(heteroarylmethyl) substituted materials of the parent compound are especially effective at concentrations as low as about 0.0005 percent by weight.
Abstract: An improved lubricating oil composition comprising a major amount by weight of oil of lubricating viscosity, a minor amount by weight of solid particles effective to improve the lubricating properties of the composition; and a minor amount of certain dispersant --VI improver materials. This composition provides improved inhibition of sludge and varnish formation in use.
Abstract: A lithium complex grease for rolling bearings which has high dropping points and is capable of maintaining for a long time an excellent stability of a thickener micell under a high temperature, high adhesion, heat resistance, water resistance, rust resistance, load resistance, low noises and other high-level properties and a method of producing such lithium complex grease. The lithium complex greases are characterized in that base greases containing a base oil, a fatty acid having 12 to 24 carbon atoms, a dicarboxylic acid having 4 to 12 carbon atoms and/or a dicarboxylic acid ester and a lithium hydroxide are thickened with a phosphate ester and/or a phosphite ester. A method of producing the lithium complex greases is characterized in that the base greases having the above composition are added by the phosphate ester and/or the phosphite ester, and thickened under a reaction at a temperature of more than 210.degree. C. (410.degree. F.).
Abstract: New nickel and cobalt base alloys containing tungsten and carbon are disclosed. The alloys are subjected to rapid solidification processing (RSP) technique which produces cooling rates between 10.sup.5 .degree. to 10.sup.7 .degree. C./sec. The as-quenched ribbon, powder, etc. consists predominantly of amorphous phase. The amorphous phase is subjected to suitable heat treatments so as to produce a transformation to a microcrystalline alloy which includes carbides; this heat treated alloy exhibits high hardness combined with toughness for many applications wherein superhard materials are required.
Abstract: The invention herein is concerned with novel compositions of matter made by reacting phosphorus pentasulfide with a polyhydroxyester and then followed by reaction with a salt-forming metal-containing compound and lubricant compositions containing same.
June 17, 1981
Date of Patent:
October 18, 1983
Mobil Oil Corporation
Harry J. Andress, Jr., Andrew G. Horodysky, Joan M. Kaminski
Abstract: A lubricant composition for hot forging operations is disclosed which includes water and phthalates made by reacting phthalic acids with alkali metal hydroxides. Other additives may be present such as thickeners, extreme pressure (E.P.) additives, suspending agents, germicides, anti-wear agents, pigments, corrosion inhibitors, wetting agents, dyes, and perfumes. A hot forging process based on the above lubricant is also disclosed.