THERE are many well‐known instances in which a lubricant must be prevented from leaking from a bearing, not merely just to prevent waste but to prevent contamination or staining, e.g. in food factories where it may drip on to edible products (in fact to ensure safety in some cases food factories use lubricants that are harmless if eaten just incase), or in textile mills where drips of oil would stain materials.
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