Water and contaminants in fuel tanks accelerate fuel degradation and can cause equipment breakdown. If these contaminants make it through the filter and into engines, it can lead to fuel pump failure or fuel injector plugging.
What does the W really stand for? Do you have to change your oil every 3,000 miles? Does synthetic oil cause leaks? With the help of Cenex, learn about what's real and what's not when it comes to engine oils.
Thanks to advancements in technology, remembering to refill your bulk fuel tank doesn’t need to be stressful.
The CHS technical services and quality manager for Cenex brand lubricants answers a couple questions about high-mileage engine oils.
Additives are the feature that separates premium from standard-grade diesel, extending the life of both the fuel and the engine.
With the recent changes in the diesel engine oil category, there may be some confusion as to what should be used in these engines that have higher miles on them.
By: Neil Hoff, CHS product marketing manager for refined fuels