Grease from Korean Bentonites

국산 벤토나이트 그리이스 제조

  • Published : 1972.06.30

Abstract

Bentones from Korean bentonites were first prepared by reacting bentonites with high molecular weight imidazolines. The cation exchange capacity of bentonites was found more than 100meq/100g sample. Greases were then prepared by dispersing bentones into a lubricating oil and milling through a three-roll dispersion mill. Consistency in microscale, oxidation stability (static), water resistance, and wear property of the greases were tested by the ASTM methods, and good experimental results were obtained.

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