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Grease Quiz as the name suggests is based on different types of greases, their usages and ingredients. Take the Grease quiz and learn more about them.
1. Although the word grease originally described the rendered fat of animals, the term is now applied more broadly to mean a lubricant.
a.True
b.False
2. A true grease consists of an oil and/or other fluid lubricant that is mixed with another thickener substance, a soap, to form a solid.
a.True
b.False
3. Which of the following is a use of Grease?
a.For Lubrication
b.As a Sealant
c.To increase Frictional Characteristics
d.All of the above
4. Which of the following is the most commonly used grease?
a.Sodium Based Grease
b.Calcium based Grease
c.Lithium based Grease
d.Magnesium based Grease
5. A grease has a higher initial viscosity than oil, consisting originally of a calcium, sodium or lithium soap jelly emulsified with mineral oil.
a.True
b.False
6. Gear greases consist of rosin oil, thickened with lime and mixed with mineral oil, with some percentage of water.
a.True
b.False
7. What is the maximum usable temperature of Lithium based Grease?
a.50 degree Celsius
b.90 degree Celsius
c.120 degree Celsius
d.150 degree Celsius
8. Which of the following is added to grease to increase its lubricating capabilities?
a.Plastic
b.Teflon
c.PVC
d.Bakelite
9. Grease used for axles are composed of a compound of fatty oils to which tar, graphite, or mica is added to increase the durability of the grease and give it a better surface.
a.True
b.False
10. Which of the following is added to grease to make it usable in low temperatures?
a.Glycerol
b.Sorbitan Esters
c.both a and b
d.neither a nor b
11. Which of the following grease can be used to provide lubrication and corrosion resistance?
a.Laboratory Grease
b.Silicone Grease
c.Fluoroether-based Grease
d.Vaselines
12. Petroleum jellies, such as Vaseline, are also sometimes called greases, and are commonly used for lubricating food-handling equipment.
a.True
b.False
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