Translation of lubricant in Spanish:

lubricant

lubricante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlubrəkənt//ˈluːbrɪk(ə)nt/

noun

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    lubricante masculine
    • It now produces only lubricants, including motor oil, transmission fluid, industrial grease, wax etc.
    • Another bio-diesel benefit is the oil acts as an engine lubricant, extending the engine's life.
    • New fluids derived from vegetable oils have potential as base oils for making lubricants.
    • This waterproof coating will not wash off, thicken in cold conditions or attract dirt like oil lubricants do.
    • The opposite trend affected animal fat and vegetable oil exports, the export of mineral fuels and lubricants and of chemical products.
    • Castor oil is used for making premium lubricants for heavy equipment and for jet engines.
    • The lubricants are biodegradable and less toxic than traditional lubricants made from petroleum.
    • Industrial lubricants can be subdivided into industrial oils and industrial specialities.
    • Oil extracted from the seed was used in Canada during World War II as a substitute for scarce petroleum lubricants.
    • At times, these vehicles are found injecting tonnes of black exhausts due to run down engines and poor quality lubricants.
    • Dry the parts well and spray them with silicone lubricant before reinstalling them.
    • But he should really wear more clothing if he's in contact with oils and lubricants.
    • Alkaline cleaning is used to remove oils, inhibitors, lubricants and dirt prior to coating.
    • The trend in automotive mechanical and electromechanical components is a move toward synthetic lubricants.
    • It has that oily lubricant smell I associate with my dad, which is apt since he dealt in oil, and lubricants.
    • Fabric zippers come in contact with or are made with oils, lubricants, detergents, dyes, and other common chemicals.
    • Specialities in this case are principally greases, metal working lubricants and solid lubricant films.
    • The first project is to develop coconut oil as base for industrial lubricant.
    • Three of four drops per bearing should be ample if you're using an oil-based lubricant.
    • Ask whether applying lubricant before or after the tension assembly is recommended for your model.

adjective

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    lubricante
    • A thorough understanding of the role of each lens care product like the cleaning solution, lubricant drops will keep lens clean and eyes healthy and comfortable.
    • This behavior is interpreted in terms of a loss of protein internal water, so-called lubricant water, induced by the co-solvent.
    • One suggestion is to use lubricant drops, which you can buy from any chemist shop.
    • Treatment may include aggressive management with antibiotic, steroid, and lubricant drops.
    • These agents reduce oxygen attack on the lubricant base oil to lessen oil thickening and the buildup of corrosive acids.
    • The coating is not affected by lubricant films and can be applied as a tailor-made shim, foil gasket or as a direct coating.
    • Orthopaedic surgeons now use non-steroidal knee lubricant injections to save your knee from surgery.
    • An ultrasonic cleaning feature and lubricant rinse may be added.
    • Specialities in this case are principally greases, metal working lubricants and solid lubricant films.