Influence on Lubricant Properties of Anti-wear Agent Containing Nitrogen, Boron and Molybdenum

Xuguo Huai, Shihai Zhao

Abstract


The lubricant property of composite lubrication oils was studied through the friction and wear experiment of the A3 steel-GCr15 steel pairs on the ring-block wear testing machine. The composite lubrication oils were prepared from base oil added various content (0, 2%, 3%, and 4%) of organic anti-wear agent, which contains Nitrogen, Boron and Molybdenum. In order to research the influence of the base oil, the non-brand base oil was selected to compare with the brand one. The results show that adding the anti-wear agent can enhance lubricant property and improve the frictional and wear resistance of materials. When the anti-wear agent content reached 3% in the composite lubrication, the A3 steel-GCr15 steel pairs possess the lowest friction coefficient and wear rate. The lubricant property of the non-brand base oil can be enhanced by adding anti-wear agent, even better than that of the brand with the same concentration (3%).


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