Extending Engine Life with Condition-Based Maintenance

Intuition alone dictates that reducing emissions extends the life of an engine. The logic is as follows: in part, emissions are unburned hydrocarbons and other particulate matter. Hydrocarbons and particulate matter are solids. Hydrocarbons and particulate matter attach to — and buildup on — the

Fuel Catalyst: We’ll Give You The Truth

There are two kinds of fuel catalysts: diesel fuel catalysts and petroleum fuel catalysts. But, there are a large number of products marketed with the word catalyst. The fact that marketers advertise non-catalysts as catalysts cause confusion. For those looking to improve the fuel mileage of an auto

Emissions from Alternative Fuels

Environmental Impact of “Clean” Fuels from Beginning of Life Cycle to Combustion Emissions from alternative fuels may actually exceed those of fossil fuels. Though used synonymously, “alternative” fuels and “clean” fuels are not the same. The adjective clean — with respect to fossil fu

Secrets To Cutting Heavy-Equipment Costs

Reducing Fuel Consumption Like all businesses, heavy equipment construction/development companies save money by reducing the difference between gross and net profit. Costs create the chasm between gross profit and net profit. The logical conclusion, then, is obvious: cut heavy equipment costs. Cutti