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Best Practices for Handling Gasoline Related Repairs in Your Shop

By Brian Morgan Most every auto repair shop services or replaces fuel pumps.  And that can require the gasoline tank to drained and/or removed. The biggest dangers with handling gasoline are the vapors.  Because the vapors are heavier than air they can travel quite a distance through the shop.  They can easily be ignited by…

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Top 5 Things You Need to Know Before Buying a Steel Gas Caddy

By Brian Morgan   Gasoline tanks are frequently removed or drained to service or replace the fuel pump, replace a damaged tank, or remove contaminated fuel. Before the next repair job rolls into your repair shop that requires accessing or removing the fuel tank, you might be thinking about purchasing a gas caddy to make…

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What Type of Oil Drain is Right for My Shop?

By Brian Morgan     Things to Consider When deciding on the correct style and type of oil drain for your shop there are a few things to consider. First thing to consider is how you store waste oil, do you have a waste oil storage tank with a diaphragm style suction pump or are…

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Fuel Caddy – A Must for Natural Disaster Preparedness

By Brian Morgan No matter what portion of the United States you live in natural disasters can occur. Proper planning goes a long way in survival and the tools needed have changed over the years. Today’s modern households are more dependent on electricity for food storage, heating and cooling systems, and even critical medical devices.…

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