The Advantages of Shell’s New Diesel Fuel

Those who deal with lubricants such as fuel on a daily basis know that they can pose some unique challenges. Dealing with the standard unleaded gasoline can be a difficult enough proposition, but it can be an entirely different ball-game when it comes to diesel fuel. If you are the administrator of a major fleet, then chances are you are aware of the challenges that can ensue when dealing with the needed diesel fuel to run your fleet effectively. Luckily, lubricant companies are constantly devising new ways to help your bottom line and allow you to manage your fleet more effectively. One of these ways would be through Shell’s new FuelSave Diesel fuel. Here are some advantages your fleet will enjoy when using this new lubricant:
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Keep the Wheels Turning: On Proper Lubrication

A car wouldn’t be able to go far without the use of lubricants. Without motor oil, the various moving parts in your car would overheat and your engine will break down. The proper application of lubricants can ensure that your automobile works in top condition. Here are a few tips on how to do just that. Continue reading

Plant Shutdowns—Basic Steps Involved

Chemical plants and refineries are not meant to go on running every day for the rest of the year, unless you want to risk them breaking down or conking out altogether when you really need them. This is why seasonal plant shutdowns are required to give equipment time to cool and for your team to perform the required maintenance. Continue reading

Lubricant Upgrades a Must for Energy Efficiency

Most plants are seeking to reduce maintenance costs while increasing their equipment’s utilization and reliability. To achieve all these, maintenance personnel will often suggest upgrading the plant’s lubricants to be at par with the latest technology.

Energy Costs among Plants

 Unfortunately, most records fail to accurately document energy savings resulting from the use of high-performance oil. The absence of user-friendly records make it almost difficult for most personnel to justify the purchase of newer and better lubricants. More innovative maintenance personnel, meanwhile, were able to document energy savings derived from the use of synthetic lubricants, particularly those with high film strength friction-reducing additive technology.

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