bright stock

bright stock

[′brīt ‚stäk]
(materials)
High-viscosity refined and dewaxed lubricating oils used in the compounding of motor oils.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The inadequate supply of bright stock material has propelled the discovery of alternatives, which also are inadequate.
So, small breweries are cunningly turning to PSL or sleeve-style heat shrink labeling bright stock. In many cases, they're often even labeling over their pre-printed cans-sometimes the flexibility is worth it, and printed cans are designed with overwraps in mind.
Printer applications include printing variable data on pre-printed labels and on-demand printing the entire label from "bright stock," as needed.
The product has a viscosity within the Bright stock range and a high flashpoint for safe processing, which is said to make it very attractive for high-temperature curing operations in EPDM applications.
Bidwell and Williams studied the impact of high VI (viscosity index improvers) oils in comparison to oils that contained bright stock and found the combustion chamber deposits to be lower with the oils with high VI [45].
Meeting special requirements such as Rest-of-World (RoW) packaging, Cold Chain and Retain Storage, Bright Stock Labeling.
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.
This 30-weight oil must then be blended with a heavier component, such as bright stock or another very heavy neutral oil, to produce the 40-weight oil required for these engines.