Newsletter | April 2020

Newsletter | April 2020

Posted by Petroleum Service Company on May 19 2020



All of our customers are considered essential to us here at PSC. That is why we are filling and shipping orders daily to manufacturers, businesses, government agencies, and consumers. Whether it's the proper lubricant needed to keep your equipment running smoothly or some Undercoating in a Can to apply to your car's under body, at PSC, we've got U covered from A to Z!

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How to Store Gasoline and Equipment that runs on Gasoline

In light of the current ongoing pandemic, businesses and personnel have been forced to shut down their operations. This includes the equipment that they use in these operations. A lot of this equipment runs on gasoline that is going to sit idle for an undetermined amount of time. Gasoline does not last long when it isn’t properly treated. By using these techniques discussed below, your equipment will be ready to run with no issues when the time comes.

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How to Store Diesel Fuel and Equipment that runs on Diesel

Due to the current ongoing pandemic, businesses and personnel have been forced to shut down their operations. This includes the equipment that they use in these operations. A lot of this equipment runs on diesel fuel that is now going to sit idle for an undetermined amount of time. There is going to be a lot of diesel tanks that are going to remain full until that equipment is put back in service. By using the techniques discussed below, we will make sure your diesel fuel and equipment will be ready to go when you need it.

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What is the Best Way to Store an Engine?

There is a lot of equipment out there that is only used intermittently, seasonally or stored for long periods of time. These stagnant pieces of equipment become breeding grounds for rust and corrosion. In the simplest terms, the problem all starts with water/condensation that sits on metallic surfaces that turns into rust and corrosion. Corrosion then eats away at the metallic surface. Additionally, rust that gets between two mating surfaces in motion creates scaring. This is particularly detrimental in an engine that sits idle for long periods of time.

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