1. What a Power Outage Can Cost Your Business oilworks columbus

    What a Power Outage Can Cost Your Business

    Most of us take for granted that when we flip on a switch power will come on. This includes when we hit the start button on any of our appliances, such as washing machines, dishwashers, and microwaves. However, if a power outage occurs, your home and business is suddenly without power. Your cash registers, card readers, automatic doors, lighting, and even security system may go down, leaving your …Read More

  2. 4 Types of Fuel

    When you pull up to the pump to get gas, you often see different types of fuel selections. For the most part, you ignore all the others except the one you need, not paying too much attention to the others. However, it's important to understand what these different types of fuel are since one day you may own a vehicle that runs off a different fuel type than the one you are currently using. OilWork…Read More

  3. The Importance of Generators

    Generators are great inventions that have many uses. These small boxes contain the best of the principles of physics at work. Generators convert mechanical energy into electrical energy that we can then use to power any item we own that uses electricity, from our cell phones to entire homes and buildings. It's truly a marvel of human ingenuity. That being said, it's important to understand the imp…Read More

  4. Diesel Fuel Versus Gasoline oilworks columbus oh

    Diesel Fuel Versus Gasoline

    We learned in our last blog post the differences between diesel and gas engines. We learned that the major differences come from the way fuel is used in the engine. Since gasoline and diesel engines are different, it would make sense that they require a different type of fuel for power. OilWorks is proud to be offering mobile fuel delivery in the greater Columbus area. Our team of professional and…Read More

  5. Diesel Engines Versus Gasoline Engines oilworks columbus ohio

    Diesel Engines Versus Gasoline Engines

    When you are talking about the difference between diesel fuel and gasoline, you are really talking about the difference between a diesel engine and a gas engine and how they work. It is this difference that truly creates the differences in performance that matters to most of us. OilWorks is a diesel fuel supplier in the Columbus, Ohio, area. In addition, we also offer lubricant delivery, such as f…Read More

  6. Benefits of On-Site Fueling Services oilworks columbus

    Benefits of On-Site Fueling Services

    In order to produce energy, you need a fuel source. Back in the day, wood was the main source of fuel because it was plentiful and easy to procure. After all, you just go and chop down a tree and set it on fire. However, as society became more sophisticated, we needed other sources of fuel that could be portable and could be used in liquid form. Whale oil came first and then finally kerosene and g…Read More

  7. diesel fuel myths oilworks columbus

    Diesel Fuel Myths

    Diesel engines were invented in the 1890s by a German mechanical engineer named Rudolf Diesel. These engines were different from the only other engine around, the gasoline engine, because they were a combustion engine. This meant that the fuel was ignited because of mechanical compression and the elevated temperature of the air inside the cylinder. Diesel engines can perform more work than gasolin…Read More

  8. what are lubricants oilworks columbus

    What Are Lubricants?

    Those in the car business, delivery business, farming, heavy equipment, automotive, aviation, or any other industry that relies on vehicles with engines understand the importance of lubricants. Fundamentally, lubricants serve an important purpose of reducing heat, friction, and wear and tear on engines and motors. But what are lubricants made from? OilWorks is a wholesale lubricant supplier dedica…Read More

  9. Types of Motor Oil

    There’s no doubt that oil is an essential fluid for any vehicle. It keeps parts throughout the vehicle lubricated and moving efficiently, preventing friction, and ensuring a vehicle’s performance is as high as possible. But when your personal vehicle or your business’s fleet of vehicles needs an oil change, what type of oil should you use? Which is better for the vehicle and which one fits y…Read More

  10. What Are Fuel Additives?

    Vehicles burn fuel when they’re running, that’s a clear fact that can’t be avoided; that is until electric vehicles are able to replace gas-fueled vehicles. However, there are ways to make the fuel that is being used in your fleet of vehicles more efficient, whether it’s with certain driving habits or with a diesel fuel additive. Anyone driving a diesel vehicle has probably heard some cont…Read More