Dow Corning claims its new synthetic gear oils offer three times the drain intervals and power savings of up to 17% when compared with conventional gear lubricants. The Molykote synthetic gear oils are designed for use in worm, helical, spur, bevel, hypoid and rack & pinion applications. Conventional mineral oils are produced using a solvent-based refining process, which retains a significant amount of impurities that can provide sites for oxidation to occur, causing premature aging ...

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