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

Xuguo Huai, Shihai Zhao


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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