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Thanks for your comments on this subject. Very insightful!And a lot of the abrasive grit in WMO is smaller than 2 micron.
This leads me to conclude that filtration is insufficient and WMO would need to be centrifuged to be safely usable. Hardly seems worth the effort for small scale....
Thanks for sharing news of your success.WMO user here and with proper filtration and blending, I've found WMO blends to be effective in everything from 7.3idi to 7.3 PSD to 8.3 Cummings to a Volvo D12. If you're willing to take the time to centrifuge, settle out water, check viscosity blends, and so forth, WMO can be worthwhile. If you take short cuts though, it can be a real headache.
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