Here Are Three Cool Tools You Can Apply for Fuel Economy

Fuel Economy a Factor of Two Variables: Fuel Combustion Inefficiency and Operator Error Fuel efficiency is the single most important economic component of heavy equipment construction development. Over the life of a quality machine, more money will be spent on fuel than the purchase and maintenance

Understanding Fuel Economy — “Gas” Mileage

Thermal efficiency, compression ratio, and fuel density are the primary factors that determine the fuel efficiency — a.k.a. fuel economy — of an engine. If mounted in a car, pick up, truck, boat, ship, a piece of heavy equipment, etc., even more, variables come into play with respect to the fuel

Diesel, the Best Fossil Fuel

Comparing Diesel to Gasoline, Natural Gas, and Coal for Quality, Utility, and Availability There are three categories of fossil fuels: solid, gas, and liquid. Of all the solid fossil fuels; the gas fossil fuels; and the liquid fossil fuels, diesel has the highest energy-production-to-low-emissions r