Lubricant Supply Agreement

Rinsing and filling When switching lubricants from one product to another, it is good to consider them less compatible, although the supplier may consider them compatible based on past experience. In the absence of adequate compatibility data, it is not recommended to use one product through another. Armed with compatibility data from the lubricant supplier, at least a complete flow of all fluid systems is required. For grease systems, it is recommended to completely rinse the housings equipped with ventilation or decongestion caps. For grease systems that do not have suitable ventilation or discharge caps, manual grease removal is recommended before using the new product. „pre-delivery checklist“ means the checklist drawn up by the seller and signed by the seller and the buyer, signed by the seller and on behalf of the buyer, in order to confirm the agreement on the conditions and procedures for the physical delivery of lubricants. (b) The buyer or its representative makes available to the seller all documents and information relating to the same thing or to a program aimed at preventing the seller`s request or which are prescribed by the law or regulation in force in the port of delivery. The days on which a supply contract is awarded to the lowest tenderer, which happen to be a national trade mark, do not constitute a concluded conclusion. The stakes are much higher and many factors influence this important decision.

In fact, things have changed in the world of lubrication – you could say that the field is starting to reinvent itself. Are there any for different lubricant products? How clean are these containers? How are they marked? For lubricating metabolism, follow the recommendations in your Lubrication Process Design database for component-specific lubrication requirements, to ensure that the corresponding product will be put into service. 22.1 It is understood by the parties that the parties enter into a contract subject to these General Terms and Conditions of Sale, referring to the laws, rules, regulations, decrees, agreements, concessions and agreements (hereinafter referred to as „regulations“) in force on the date of this Agreement with governments, governmental instruments or authorities concerning ship lubricants sold under this Agreement, including, but not limited to, the general quality of the foregoing, those relating to manufacture, acquisition, collection, manufacture, transport, storage, trade or delivery, to the extent that these provisions concern the seller. Is there a need for international supply, mixed facilities, storage or technical assistance? The provisions of this Agreement shall be governed by the law of India and, except as provided for in Section 12.8 of this Agreement, they shall arise between the Parties which affect or relate to the Agreement, their importance, operation or effects, the rights and liabilities of the Parties or disputes arising out of or related to a contract subject to these Terms and Conditions of Sale: including all questions relating to their existence, validity or purpose, shall be referred and finally resolved by arbitration in accordance with the LCIA India Rules, the rules of which are incorporated by reference to this Section 18. Will the supplier offer a free analytical lab service to solve occasional performance and quality issues with lubricants? How is the risk of lubricant mixing and cross-contamination between loads controlled? Are special tank cars intended for use with „lubricants only“? Is there a specific off-load loading sequence to protect against the risk of high-added products (e.g.B. engine oil) being followed (and possibly mixed) by products with low additive treatment (e.g.B. turbine oil)? Are lubricants carried (discharged) by filters? If so, what is the beta rating of these filters? What are the service guidelines for tank flushing, escapes and pipes? 5.2 By mutual agreement between the Seller and the Buyer, the invoice may be submitted to the Buyer electronically, including by fax, but not limited to . . .

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