WHAT IS ” OILINESS ” ?
The answer to this question can be found in a little booklet issued by Germ Lubricants, Ltd., of 735-741, Salisbury House, London, E.C. 2. This booklet, a copy of which can be obtained by MOTOR SPORT readers from the above address, gives a description of the special
features of the Wells-Southcombe Process. There are some interesting graphs, and a note on the latest development showing bow a new polar substance has been found which gives even greater ” oiliness ” with the improved type ” Germ” oils than with the old type.
Flying people will be interested in the photograph of the Puss Moth owned and operated by Germ Lubricants for their business in Great Britain and Europe. The booklet contains a list of the aerodromes where Germ Oils are stocked and sold.
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