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New Diesel Engines Need Answers

Challenges of the Trucking Industry (Excerpt from Paul Whetstone, ICML Certified, with emphasis added.) The Trucking Industry’s Challenge: The people wanted cleaner air…the government enacted tougher regulations. In 1998, drastic cuts in emissions were imposed on the heavy duty highway engines that manufacturers started scrambling with different technologies to meet the regulations. However, answers were […]

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Don’t Go Changin’ Even the best of relationships sometimes have friction and, in most cases, that friction is manageable — unless it takes place inside of a heavy-duty engine. In that case, any particulate over the size of say, three microns – the distance between a piston and a cylinder wall — can lead to […]

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Logistics Clusters

Featured in “Logistics Clusters” by Yossi Sheffi

Logistics Clusters Delivering Value and Driving Growth By Yossi Sheffi Overview Why is Memphis home to hundreds of motor carrier terminals and distribution centers? Why does the tiny island-nation of Singapore handle a fifth of the world’s maritime containers and half the world’s annual supply of crude oil? Which jobs can replace lost manufacturing jobs […]

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Parker | Racor

Beneficial Effects of Bypass Filtration For Contamination Reduction In Diesel Engines Abstract Bypass filter efficiency rating and particle size retention will vary depending on the manufacture and media used, but all have the same goal, which is to reduce the level of contaminants in the lube system. Bypass filtration also increases the filtration system contaminant […]

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