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This article analyses that as hybrid solutions rise in popularity, learnings from dedicated BEV lubricant additives are proving valuable in creating new DHT additives. Applying the learning from electronics-compatible BEV additive chemistries that don’t compromise on wear protection or friction characteristics can help unlock the full potential of diverse new DHT designs with sufficient performance reserve to remain relevant as the industry races ahead.
Featured in the July 2021 addition of Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International Magazine.
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