bright stock

bright stock

[′brīt ‚stäk]
(materials)
High-viscosity refined and dewaxed lubricating oils used in the compounding of motor oils.
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Meeting special requirements such as Rest-of-World (RoW) packaging, Cold Chain and Retain Storage, Bright Stock Labeling.
Occasionally, pages in the regular edition and special sections will be printed on 35-37 pound bright stock, in either normal tabloid size or in an 8-1/2 by 11, stitched and trimmed magazine format, as requested by the Office of Student Media.
The Yanbu Refinery expansion is expected to increase base oil production to meet future demands for high quality GR-II and GR-III base oils, increase the GR-I Bright stock to almost double current production, produce higher-value byproducts (naphtha, diesel, and kerosene), and satisfy Kingdom requirements for producing drilling fluid, which is currently being imported.
The Yanbu refinery expansion is expected to increase base oil production to meet future demands for high quality GR-II and GR-III base oils; increase the GR-I Bright stock to almost double current production; produce higher-value byproducts (naphtha, diesel, and kerosene); and satisfy Kingdom requirements for producing drilling fluid, which is currently being imported.
Slack wax and bright stock slack wax are produced as by-products of the oil refining process.
And the efficiency with which Morgan handles this bright stock is going to improve thanks to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that Morgan is in the process of implementing.
With increased throughput capability, DPT now has the opportunity to provide bright stock supply chain services to clients seeking an external solution to their private label manufacturing needs.
Tenders are invited for lubes for supply of 3000 kl of group i 500n, 1000 kl of group i 150 bright stock and 1000 kl of group i spindle oil n 70 to chennai lube plant