Understanding the Differences Between Synthetics
Course Length:39 Minutes
License:1 seat x 365 days*
PAO, POE, PAG ... what does it all mean? "Synthetics" is an all-encompassing term that is used to describe a lubricant's base fluid. However, synthetics can be dramatically different from each other and at times are incompatible. This session will explain why the differences between these base fluids must be understood in order to balance the needs of the equipment as well as the properties of the lubricant. Learn which synthetic bases work well in certain environments and the drawbacks for each type.
*When you purchase an online training course, you are purchasing a 1-seat license for 365 days from the date of purchase. Only one person may view the training materials. The seat license is not based on concurrent connections and may not be shared by other users. Only one person will receive a Noria certificate of completion for the course (this is not the same as an ICML certification) and ICML certification fees are not included in the course price.