- 价格：￥1056 （不含邮费）
- 作者：Marcel Dekker
This newly revised and expanded reference discusses product basics, machine elements that require lubrication, methods of application, lubrication, lubricant storage and handling, and lubricant conservation.
The Second Edition emphasizes the need for lubrication and careful lubricant selection.
Thoroughly updated and rewritten since the previous edition reached its 10th printing, the Second Edition of Lubrication Fundamentals contains a new chapter dedicated to the refining process, highlighting the latest technology and detailed descriptions of base stocks ... coverage of hydraulic systems, novel environmental lubricants, and current lubricant testing methods ... an examination of the latest lubrication requirements, petroleum crude selection, and product formulation and evaluation ... and more.
Author:D. M. Pirro and A. A. Wessol
Excerpt:Safety and Fire Prevention
Hand fire extinguishers and automatic systems are essential for oil house safety. Hand operated fire extinguishers should be mounted at strategic points throughout the oil house, particularly near those areas where cleaning tanks are located. They should be inspected periodically (at least as frequently as required by applicable fire regulations) to be sure that they are in satisfactory operating condition.
Fire extinguishing methods for flammable or combustible liquid fires include the following:
- Suppression of vapor by foam
- Cooling below the flash point by water spray or fog (not a direct stream, which could spread the fire!)
- Excluding oxygen, or reducing it with carbon dioxide, to a level insufficient to support combustion
- Interrupting the chemical chain reaction of the flame with dry chemical agents or a liquefied gas agent
Rags, paper, or other solid materials that have been soaked in flammable or combustible liquids should be placed in an approved type of disposal container with a selfclosing cover. The container should be emptied at the end of each shift and the contents removed to a safe location for reconditioning or incineration. All spills should be cleaned up promptly. If an absorbent is used, it should be swept up promptly, placed in an approved disposal container, and removed to a suitable disposal area.