Hearing the revving of an engine excites the manliest of men. Owners of high-powered cars not only love their vehicles, they also take care of them well. The exterior is taken care of by frequent washing and waxing, as well as custom paint jobs and decals. The interior gets its fair share with custom seats and designs. As for the electronics of a car, loud sound systems and bright lights, among other accoutrements, are installed.
Automotive lubricants help condition the parts they lubricate. In the long term, proper lubrication will maintain and prolong the lifespan of the component parts of every vehicle. The American Petroleum Institute (API) puts out a certification to rate and maintain quality standards of lubricants as set by the original equipment manufacturers (OEM). This service rating is indicated in the API symbol on the product label.
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:
These days more and more manufacturers are migrating to on site fueling and lubrication services. Being from a manufacturing background and being thru two hurricanes has left me asking one question, what if? What if we would have run out? Disaster can strike anywhere and anytime.