Winter Car Maintenance MustsJanuary 6, 2018
It’s freezing outside but the show must go on! Many depend on their trusty seat warmers and defrost to lessen the effect of the cold on comfort and car operation. There’s so much more to keeping your car in good shape for the weather in the winter months. Are you prepared?
GDI Engines & Lubricants: A Delicate BalanceNovember 14, 2017
The changing landscape of Port Fuel Injection (PFI) to Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) and TGDI Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection (TGDI) engines in cars is creating the need for a more specialized engine maintenance routine.
How clean is your machinery lubrication?June 7, 2017
To keep your equipment healthy its important to understand how the contaminants that come in your new oil can impact the life and reliability of your equipment. Particulate contamination in lubricants is the leading cause of component wear and failures in hydraulics and other lubricated components. Original Equipment Manufacturers(OEMs) recognize this and make cleanliness recommendations for operating conditions in their machines to ensure their customers receive the optimal life from the equipment.
DuraMAX is the Face of Nico Jamin’s Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires May Series RacesMay 10, 2017
DuraMAX powered by RelaDyne will be showcased at the upcoming Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires this May. Andretti Autosport driver, #27 Nico Jamin will be the face of DuraMAX as he sets off on the tracks to secure another win.
3 Factors to Consider When Choosing The Lubricant Right for Your EquipmentApril 13, 2017
The performance of your equipment is key to your business’ operations. Without quality performance, your equipment will require more routine maintenance, breakdowns will be more frequent, and productivity all together will not be as efficient.
NEW DuraMAX Website UnveiledMarch 22, 2017
Discover what DuraMAX has to offer, visit www.duramaxoil.com today!
Extend Your Equipment Life with a Focus on CleanlinessMarch 15, 2017
The oil you use can mean the difference of years of operational bliss or frustrating downtime. While the oil viscosity and type is critical, the cleanliness of your lubricant is also essential and often overlooked as a part of your preventative maintenance program.
How to Gain Your Customers’ Trust & Their Business for LifeFebruary 15, 2017
We all know there’s a stigma to car repair shops. They quote you above the cost of needed repairs hoping you won’t know the difference to make an extra buck or two. At least, that’s what the word on the street is. A few bad practice repair shops ruin the trust and morale of the rest of car repair businesses.
Why Reliability Services Are Worth Your InvestmentFebruary 8, 2017
Reliability Services are imperative for many industrial operations. Equipment failures are common, and the ability to diagnose and fix the failure is important in order to maintain efficient and profitable operation.
4 Ways DuraMAX Can Increase Profits & Customer LoyaltyJanuary 24, 2017
Check out these 4 ways our DuraMAX products can help your shop increase your profits and create customer loyalty.
Synthetic Vs. Conventional: The Pros and Cons for Your CustomersJanuary 11, 2017
As customers gain more and more options of oil to put in their car, your selling point for the various products becomes more important. Having the knowledge to advise your customers on their oil changes and what is best for their car and their wallet can not only increase customer loyalty, but also create profitability in your shop. Use the pros and cons listed below to help you guide your customer to the right product for them.
Varnish in Oil and How It Can Sneak Up on EquipmentDecember 1, 2016
Varnish is an inevitable enemy of hydraulic and lubricating systems. However, removing harmful varnish from equipment can be resolved with our help at RelaDyne
Using Diesel Exhaust Fluid – Logistics and AdvantagesNovember 1, 2016
When the EPA placed stricter standards on three-quarter-ton and larger pickup trucks, automotive manufacturers were forced to come up with ways to cut down nitrogen oxide levels. They managed not only to do this but also to manufacture vehicles with more power and torque than ever. A major contributor to this advancement was the use of selective catalytic reduction (SCR).