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Lubricants (Type Tests)

Volume 486: debated on Monday 9 April 1951

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101.

asked the Minister of Supply in view of the close collaboration between the authorities concerned in this country and the United States for the production of standard methods of type testing of lubricating oils and hydraulic system fluids for vehicles and aircraft, he will give an assurance that no British oils for Government tenders will require to have been previously approved by an analyst of the United States Government.

No. Until adequate facilities for certain type tests are available in this country, some lubricants have to be tested in the United States.