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Lubricating oil , sometimes simply called  lubricant/lube , is a class of  oils  used to reduce the  friction ,  heat , and wear between mechanical components that are in contact with each other. Lubricating oil is used in motorized  vehicles , where it is known specifically as  motor oil  and  transmission fluid . There are two basic categories of lubricating oil: mineral and synthetic.  Mineral oils  are lubricating oils  refined  from naturally occurring  crude oil .  Synthetic oils  are lubricating oils that are manufactured. [2]  Mineral lubricating oils are currently the most commonly used type because of the low cost of extracting the oils from crude oil. Additionally, mineral oils can be manufactured to have a varying viscosity, therefore making them useful in a wide range of applications. Lubricating oils of different viscosities can be blended together, and it is this ability to blend them that makes some oils so useful. For example, common motor oil - shown in Figu


Control cables are exclusively deigned for automation controls. They come with a copper conductor which is enveloped in a steel braid.These are a type of instrumentation cables which send signals to control the functioning of equipment, and are responsible for distribution of low voltage data or signals. The cables have PVC insulation that protect them from the impact of harsh weather conditions. Like Power cables, there are various types of Control cables specifically designed to suit various automation and computer applications. Twisted in pairs, the Control cables possess a balanced shielding, that reduces interference. Often enveloped in a white external jacket, these cables have their specifications written in black, which provide excellent visibility. These are positioned between power cables and communication cables. Before choosing any  copper control cable  for your uses, make sure you keep these points in mind: The Control Cable need to conform in all respects