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Jackson Oil is the transportation industry leader in providing current and future trends for fleet lubricants. Our suppliers are finishing their formulations to meet the new API Proposed Category 11 (PC-11) CK-4/FA-4 specifications.  Chevron, Valvoline, and Kendall are all preparing to begin marketing their new PC-11 products for on-highway trucks and off-road equipment in December 2016. Want to know more? Call Jackson Oil and we will be glad to walk you down the road to success or go on-line to PC-11explained.com for more information.

When it comes to protecting the hydraulic systems used in a wide range of operations, from waste hauling to construction to manufacturing plants, all hydraulic fluids are not formulated the same. Only premium hydraulic lubricants are formulated to effectively protect against wear, ensure productive and safe performance and maximize useful equipment life.   What are Premium Hydraulic Lubricants? Premium hydraulic oils have several characteristics that make them well worth the investment. One of those is a high viscosity index that promotes energy efficiency. When hydraulic fluids flow through equipment, as much as 20% in operating efficiency is lost due to friction and internal leakage. Properly formulated premium hydraulic lubricants, with the right base oil, additive system, and high viscosity index, offset those losses with a lower coefficient of friction that helps them perform more effectively in a wider operating range, and maintain viscosity at high temperatures to minimize internal leakage. […]

Analyzing the oil in your vehicle is like sending your blood to the lab for tests. An engine oil analysis can provide clues about the health of your engine – without any invasive surgery. By analyzing a sample of used engine oil, you can determine the amount of contamination, the wear rates and overall condition of your engine. The real benefit of an oil analysis is that it acts as an early warning system, alerting you to potential problems before they become an equipment failure. And oil analysis isn’t for just one kind of driver or one kind of vehicle. The tests benefit all engines, from passenger cars to fleet vehicles to agricultural, construction, and industrial equipment. How to Perform an Analysis First, you’ll need to purchase an oil analysis kit. Jackson Oil & Solvents have kits which contain everything you need for analysis. You’ll then extract a small sample […]