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Prevention is always cheaper than the alternative

People are predisposed to preferring fixed costs over the uncertainty of greater but undefined savings. That’s why prevention isn’t consistently valued the way it should be.

It’s a fact proven out time after time – prevention costs less than the cure. It costs less and has fewer headaches.

Preventive maintenance programs for fuel – Fuel PM – is the smart option that saves money in the longrun.

  • It can cost considerably more than $14,000 or more to polish and fix a stored fuel problem in a medium-sized tank.
  • Compare that to less than $1,000 for preventive maintenance (ASTM testing, preventive chemical treatment) to prevent it.

Fuel PM also provides budgetary certainty. You expect to spend money to keep your equipment running at its best. You should do the same for your fuel.

Choosing a partner to help is also a smart option – compared to the alternative to fixing problems yourself, after the fact.

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