When we buy a vehicle or invest in equipment, the goal is to reach maximum engine performance for the longest amount of time possible. This can only be accomplished when the proper use of oils, greases, fuels and other fluids are maintained on a regular basis. There is so much that is happening under the hood and it all starts with lubrication.
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When it comes to operating your fleet vehicles, don’t leave your engine maintenance to chance. Depend on Shell and Chevron lubricants to help you achieve maximum engine potential. We stand by our mission statement and that is “to exceed expectations while providing quality and safety in service and products.” Bear Oil Company’s lubricant product line is top-notch, with Shell and Chevron topping the list. Just at the turn of the 19th century, Shell and Chevron got its start in the oil and gas industry and are still making daily discoveries in energy and petrochemicals. We are going to take a look at their rich history and explore how these products keep our customers moving.
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There are many variables that play a part in maximizing efficiency, longevity and productivity from your automobile and construction equipment. The correct lubricant happens to be at the top of that list. It accomplishes this by creating a film of protection between internal parts, reducing friction and wear. The end result is prolonged equipment life and reduced costs to your company.
You already deal with the grueling summer heat and the unforgiving roadways and job sites that are a way of life in South Texas. Let Bear Oil Company make your life easier by helping you match the right lubricant to your equipment.
We know that when you are looking to purchase something, price is going to be a factor. But for most people, price is only one part of a much bigger picture. Let’s look at an analogy. You are planning to buy some new tires. For most people, there could be a lot riding on those tires, including your own safety and others in the vehicle. Another thing to consider is how many miles you will get before they need replacing. You most likely will consider several factors besides price when deciding what type of tires you want and who to purchase them from.
When you make decisions for your business, you probably utilize the same amount of care and research. Looking at the cost is important. When you look at Return on Investment (ROI), however, there are many factors that enter into your consideration. At Bear Oil, we’re proud to say that as far as cost is concerned, we are extremely competitive. But, in addition to being competitive on cost, we offer much more that we think puts us into a superior category to be your “partner on the road.”
The function of a lubricant is pretty simple when you think about it. It’s mostly about reducing the friction between moving parts and surfaces, but lubrication also plays a myriad of other roles, including reducing the wear and tear of equipment, increasing viscosity, protecting against corrosion, reducing contamination by moving foreign particles, and distributing heat.
Whether you are managing a fleet or servicing machinery in the field, the need for proper lubrication on all of your equipment is crucial to maximize efficiency and limit downtime. This becomes challenging, given the wide array of lubricants available and the number of truck and equipment models. It is imperative to match the proper lubricant with each manufacturer’s specifications.
The next freeze is just around the corner, and with that comes many challenges. If you are a homeowner, you may find yourself wrapping pipes to keep them from freezing or adding a winterizing fertilizer to your lawn to protect it from freezing temperatures and to help ensure that your yard comes back lush and green in the Spring.
Likewise, your fleet needs winterization. The harmful effects of freezing temperatures and harsher weather brought on during the winter months on your vehicle and equipment’s fuel systems can stop you dead in your tracks and halt productivity, so it is essential to optimize your fuel management and winterize your fleet with fuel additives.
Bear Oil Company inventories a variety of bulk and packaged lubricants to meet a diversity of industry application needs. So whether you need gasoline, diesel oils, transmission fluids, hydraulic fluids, antifreeze, turbine oils, aviation lubricants, fire-resistant oils, industrial lubricants, compressor lubricants, dry film lubricants, metal working fluids or corrosion preventives, Bear Oil is your single source supplier.