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IN THE CREATIVE BEGINNING OF THE DEVELOPMENT of the automotive engine, it was clearly recognized that lubrication of the engine components was a most critical and basic aspect to continued engine operation. This understanding has always paced engine development throughout its history. Once the early engine had been brought to a level of application, automotive transportation was an obvious but challenging area of use.
Director, Koehler Instrument Company, Bohemia, NY
President, Savant Inc., Midland, MI