Checking your vehicle’s main fluids is easy and beneficial to preventing issues before they happen. Here's a handy guide to keeping your car's fluid levels in-check.
When you check the dipstick under the hood, you notice the oil is black and gritty on the dipstick or tank. It’s time for an oil change. You know the signs, but do you understand the physical degradation that makes oil changes necessary?
Two new categories of engine oil were recently made available for gas and diesel engines to improve fuel economy, standardize engine technology, and adhere to EPA guidelines. The new CK-4 and FA-4 oils come as a replacement for old CJ-4 oils with more cost-saving benefits.
Read about the three reasons every shop needs a parts washer. The most reliable way to create a more efficient production is to let an appropriate parts washer do the grit work for you.
Lubricants and other auto and industrial fluids’ packaging can take up quite a bit of space, leading to unnecessary labor, uncleanliness, and additional waste. The solution is to invest in fluid storage tanks. Read more about the benefits of fluid storage tanks.
Whether your hydraulic system is in a car, a lift, a plane, or cruise ship, there is a magical elixir of mineral oils, glycols, esters, and additives to fit the situation. Hydraulic oils are used for many mechanical purposes that include high pressure, extreme temperature, and heavy-duty applications.
Hydraulic fluid wears many hats, but unfortunately, that hat is not one size fits all. When choosing the proper hydraulic fluid, the requirements are based on a multitude of factors.