Today we have Corey Agnew, the Director of Fuel Quality at Guardian Fueling Technologies, joining the show for part two of our conversation on fuel health. (If you haven't already, make sure to check out part one to learn how to properly take care of high-turn fuel versus low-turn fuel, common issues faced in the retail sector, and what the typical service call with a fuel service professional might look like.) In this episode, we will be talking about what Corey predicts for the future of fuel, as well as how to tell a good fuel-servicing company from a bad one.
Listen in as he explains the importance of taking samples of your fuel to ensure it is not getting contaminated and why all fuel must be maintained—meaning you can’t just set it and forget it! You'll learn the purpose of fuel regulations, how to get ahead of contamination, and why you can’t treat every tank the same.
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What You'll Learn:
- Corey’s estimates for the future of fuel.
- The impact of fuel on today’s high-performance diesel engines.
- How to tell a good fuel-servicing company from a bad one.
- The importance of having confidence if you’re a fleet driver.
- Why fuel regulations are crucial.
- How to get ahead of contamination.
Ideas Worth Sharing:
“It’s your responsibility to decide what fuel you’re putting into your vehicle.” - Corey Agnew
“Fuel is no longer just a set it and forget it. It is a maintenance item.” - Corey Agnew
“Getting ahead [of contamination] is going to be the best defense ever.” - Corey Agnew
Corey Agnew: LinkedIn
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