Off-road, or red, diesel, sometimes called red diesel, is the fuel used for vehicles that don’t drive on public roads. Agricultural equipment, some construction site vehicles, locomotives, and some boats and marine equipment fall into this category. Here are 10 facts that can help you learn more about off-road diesel.
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What to Look for in a Bulk Diesel Supplier
When you’re looking for a bulk diesel supplier, having the right distributor can help with efficiency, effectiveness, and profits. In addition, working with a professional, reputable bulk diesel supplier can help ensure that you’re getting the right fuel for your needs. Consider asking the following questions when looking for a bulk diesel supplier in your …
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5 Fun Facts About Diesel Fuel
In 1892, German engineer, Rudolf Diesel, invented the compression ignition engine. This type of engine requires the use of a specific type of fuel called distillate fuel oil, commonly known as diesel fuel. Long-range transportation trucks, locomotives, construction equipment, and farm vehicles use diesel fuel to help with fuel efficiency and torque. Here are five …
5 Questions To Ask Yourself When Buying a Fuel Tank
Before you purchase a fuel tank, there are several questions you should ask yourself to ensure you find one that meets your fuel needs. Whether you’re purchasing fuel wholesale or via retail, there are certain items to keep in mind when purchasing the accompanying tank to hold it in.
What are the Benefits of Premium Diesel Fuel?
Truck drivers have a few options when fueling up. While the increased cost of choosing premium diesel fuel may be an important factor to consider, there are many benefits that come with using it to fuel your commercial truck.
What to Look for in a Diesel Fuel Supplier
Partnering with the right diesel fuel supplier can make or break your business’s efficiency, effectiveness, and bottom line. Here at Reeder Distributors, we know there are so many important factors that go into finding the right fuel supplier for your business’s fleet. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top five things to …
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On-Road and Off-Road Diesel – What’s the difference?
There is no chemical difference between on-road and off-road diesel fuels. On-road diesel, also known as clear diesel, can be purchased at the local gas station. Off-road diesel is dyed red and is sold through bulk distributors.
Benefits of Off-Road Diesel
Off-road diesel, or red diesel, is used by companies and individuals with vehicles that do not operate on public roadways. Businesses can use off-road diesel to provide fuel for heat, power marine vessels, and operate portable or fixed power generators and other equipment.