It has been established that certain additives (antioxidant, detergent, multifunctional, etc.) have bactericidal properties when used in lubricating oils.
Of the additives tested, the most active were PMSb and Monto-702; they give oils that are stable against microbial attack at an additive concentration of 1% of the oil weight.
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Litvinenko, S.N., Grigor'eva, G.P. & Makhort, A.M. Inhibitor additives to prevent microbial damage of lubricating oils. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 6, 612–613 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00714118
- Bactericidal Property
- Additive Concentration
- Inhibitor Additive
- Microbial Attack
- Microbial Damage