PetroClear News

PEI Women Conference: Where Professional Journeys and Coffee Converge

PEI Women Conference: Where Professional Journeys and Coffee Converge

At PetroClear, we recognize there are two important influences helping to push the fueling industry in new directions: women leaders and lots of coffee. As a result, PetroClear was extremely proud to be the Coffee Break Sponsor at the 2022 PEI Women Conference that took place May 4-6 in Charleston, SC. The event drew women…
A Message from Bob Ingham: A Note about PetroClear’s Holiday Hours

A Message from Bob Ingham: A Note about PetroClear’s Holiday Hours

As we turn our attention to the 2022 Memorial Day weekend, please note that PetroClear will be closed Monday, May 30th. Normal business operations will resume Tuesday, May 31st. We are happy to report to our retail fuel friends that despite high fuel prices, travel outlooks project that 2022 summer travel will rise above 2021…
A Note from Bob Ingham: We’ve Added New  Digital Tools to Make Your Life Easier

A Note from Bob Ingham: We’ve Added New Digital Tools to Make Your Life Easier

At PetroClear we know managing and maintaining fueling operations isn’t exactly an activity limited to 9 to 5, Monday through Friday. The ability to obtain critical dispenser part information or request replacement parts as soon as they are needed — even if it’s at 6:30 p.m. on a Sunday — helps shorten turnaround times for…
Want to Add Fuel Filtration Capabilities to Your Fueling System? Then You Probably Need an Adapter

Want to Add Fuel Filtration Capabilities to Your Fueling System? Then You Probably Need an Adapter

Not all fuel dispensing equipment comes standard with a fuel dispenser filter, but that does not diminish the need to keep the fuel running through the dispensing system clean. In some non-retail applications, such as farm tanks, it may be necessary for operators to install an adapter to accommodate a dispenser filter. Here’s how to…
Video Spotlight: What Actually Happens to Fuel When Phase Separation Occurs?

Video Spotlight: What Actually Happens to Fuel When Phase Separation Occurs?

Phase separation can be a challenging chemistry lesson for fuel site operators to wrap their heads around. Nevertheless, if you’re distributing fuel with ethanol in it, it’s crucial to understand what happens to ethanol when it mixes with water. Fuel that experienced phase separation will damage vehicle engines. As such, operators need to appreciate how…