Lubricating grease appearance, colour, texture and smell. Appearance, colour, texture and smell are natural indicators of the condition of lubricating greases. These attributes can be related to the presence of compounds that can be found in the grease and that lead to it losing its properties. The condition of grease can be determined by:
In the last couple of centuries and especially in the last century, phenomenal progress has been made in grease development with many different types of greases, such as lithium/lithium complex, aluminum complex, calcium sulfonate, barium complex, polyurea, etc. Surprisingly, lubricating greases are still judged by their appearance, feel and odor, even though these have little impact on service or quality.
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Odor, like color, clarity, presence of foam and other characteristics of the oil that can be evaluated with the human senses, can effectively identify degradation or contamination of lubricating oils. As simple as it seems, smelling your oils should be a regular part of your routine machine inspection process.
To make a lubricant taste like anything sweet, a form of sugar — like glycol — might need to be added, which yeast likes to feast on. Someone’s natural vaginal odour can change throughout their cycle, becoming stronger just before their period, because blood raises pH levels, and this is normal.
Whenever I deliver a Lubrication Fundamentals workshop, I ask attendees to close their eyes and “picture” a lubricant. Most have reported the simultaneous appearance of two distinct images during this exercise: one is a container of liquid oil, the other a grease gun.
The lubrication effect was ascribed to wheat flour components such as gluten. Yoshimura and Okamua have also disclosed an environmentally friendly, aqueous lubricant containing sugar, wheat flour, corn flour, rice flour and/or potato starch for application on a (non)metal material in machining  .
Similarly, fat is associated with melting, crystallization, texture formation, aeration, heat transfer, lubrication, pleasant appearance, and flavor of the food (Devi and Khatkar, 2016). Therefore, eliminating these two components might alter the unique texture, taste, odor, appearance, color, shelf life, etc. of the food.