Metalube Chemist Attends Cambridge Tribology Course

PUBLISHED: 04 Nov 15

Metalube Chemist, Naomi Pells recently attended a three-day Cambridge University Tribology Course
Metalube Chemist, Naomi Pells recently attended a three-day Cambridge University Tribology Course

Metalube Chemist, Naomi Pells recently attended a three-day Cambridge University Tribology Course (friction, wear and lubrication).

Approximately 31 people from all over the world (including Eastern Europe, Canada and USA) attended the course, where prominent lecturers included Ian Hutchings from the Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge and Dr Glyn Roper formerly from Shell UK.

Commenting on her few days away, Naomi Pells said: "The course gave me a fantastic insight as to how the metallic parts that we lubricate are produced and tested and how they work out in the field. I particularly benefitted from exploring friction types ranging from sliding, rolling, impact and cavitation giving me a greater understanding of the strains the parts are under. I am now keen to implement my new knowledge at Metalube."

Metalube manufactures a range of non-ferrous drawing oils and maintenance lubricants as well as a variety of corrosion protection and forming oils. This experienced exporter has offices in China, India and Brazil.

Metalube Limited, UK
Tel: + 44 161 775 7771
Email: post@metalube.co.uk
Web: www.metalube.co.uk

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