Too cold to wash your car?

Share this PostHitting the carwash in any weather is good for your car -and the environment. When the weather gets cold and wet, you may be inclined to slack-off on keeping your car clean. Why go to the trouble when it's just going to get dirty again tomorrow, right? If you're a DIY car-washer, then getting out into the bad ... Read More

Carson Employee attains distinguished Certified Lubricant Specialist ranking

Share this Post Carson Lubricant Division Account Manager, Aron Fraser has received a distinguished Certified Lubricant Specialist (CLS) ranking from the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE). Fraser’s passing of the challenging exam is reflective of his nearly 30 years of diverse experience in the lubricant and industrial engineering environment. Fraser began his career in outside sales for Mill ... Read More

What is Industrial Solutions…and what will it do for me?

Share this PostCustom Solutions for maximizing your fuel system performance and longevity Today's fuels and lubricants are running cleaner than ever before – and that's good news for your reputation and the environment. To achieve desired performance-levels and maintain increasingly precision-driven equipment, these fuels require the proper monitoring, storage, and maintenance. Carson's Industrial Solutions provide you with a customized program ... Read More

Why It’s So Important to Order Home Heating Oil Early

Share this PostGet on top of your home heating oil plan this fall Why scrambling to get your tank filled could leave you out in the cold Experts from the National Energy Assistance Directors' Association (NEADA) predict the average U.S. household will pay $992 in heating costs this season, a 10.5 percent increase over last year. And that’s just the ... Read More

Carson partners with Renewable Lubricants

Share this PostCarson's leading the way with a new partnership to bring top green lubricants to the Northwest market High quality, bio-lubricants are the lubricants of choice for environmentally sensitive jobsites, agricultural applications, and municipalities. Increasingly, state and federal regulations are demanding stricter environmental oversight on the lubricants used in the marine environment, food processing and others. American manufacturer, Renewable ... Read More

Start Clean. Stay Clean.

Share this PostLubricant contamination, particulates, and machine failure Machinery today runs at high levels of proficiency and precision. The proper lubrication for tight tolerances is essential to the lifespan and effectiveness of your equipment. Contaminated and dirty lubricants substantially impact performance. Frequently cited studies suggest that 82 percent of machine wear is particle-induced. This wear results in higher maintenance costs ... Read More

The diesel engine’s evolution to clean-burning DEF

Share this PostThe “greening” of diesel in North America has been an evolving process. Today, collectively, the diesel standards for fuel and engine technologies for on and off-road vehicles and marine vessels reduce diesel’s harmful emissions by more than 90 percent. In addition to increasingly stringent regulations requiring ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) in everything from highway vehicles to locomotive and ... Read More

Looking for a career with competitive pay and job security? Drive a truck.

Share this PostIf you're a truck driver, then you already know that your skills are in high demand. The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) 2017 Top Issues report for the trucking industry shows driver shortage to be the number one industry concern. The American Trucking Association (ATA) estimates a current shortfall of 48,000 drivers with an estimate that the deficit ... Read More

Dirt Track Racing in Oregon is a Family Affair

Share this PostDaysen Thomas’ dad used to race cars in Alaska when he was a young man. After moving to Oregon and starting a family, he used to take Daysen out to the Cottage Grove Speedway every weekend for some father-son bonding time. One weekend at the track, there was a car for sale. “There was this cage car,” recalls ... Read More