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Monday, February 24th, 2020
frequently asked questions about diesel fuel

Flashpoint refers to the temperature at which a flammable liquid vaporizes, or is able to ignite. For example, the flashpoint of combustible liquids is under 104°F. The lower the flashpoint temperature, the easier it is to ignite the fuel when an ignition source is present. The higher the flashpoint, the safer the liquid is, though. Although gasoline and diesel are both combustible fuels, their flashpoints vary.

Thursday, February 20th, 2020
bulk fuel for construction companies and equipment

When it comes to bulk fuel delivery, you probably think of setting up a contract for your long-term fueling needs. But, you may also be able to get one-time fuel delivery from your supplier as well. This is known as spot fueling. Here are some benefits you should know about one-time wholesale fuel delivery.

Friday, January 3rd, 2020
storing fuel and maintaining fuel tanks

Propane is used in many industries including agriculture and commercial/industrial plants. For many properties, winter means that maintenance needs increase. If you use propane on your property and experience frigid winters, you must prepare your storage tanks for cold temperatures and snowstorms. Here are some tips that can help.

Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
get fuel for your fleet with Kendrick Oil Company

When most people think about diesel engines, images of large personal trucks or 18 wheelers come to mind. But, there are actually three major groups of diesel vehicles that use this fuel. These are known as small, medium, and large.