How to Optimize Your Off-Highway Performance
Operating off-highway operations means exposing your expensive equipment to harsh conditions daily, including moisture, abrasives and temperature. Despite these harsh conditions, the equipment is still expected to perform at high levels and complete jobs on time. When it comes to off-highway equipment, there are four major issues to be aware of that could affect your equipment performance:
- CONDITIONS | operating in extreme environmental conditions can cause excessive wear and shorten the life of your equipment
- DIRT | dirt and silica can contaminate your oil, causing excessive wear on the engine
- WATER | water can wreak havoc on the operating performance and cause severe damage to the equipment
- OVERHEATING | operating under the above circumstances will result in overheating of the equipment- causing your equipment to fail
Breakdowns usually occur far from any mechanics shop, meaning repairs are slow, expensive and they put projects behind schedule. Be aware of these four issues to optimize the performance and preserve the life of your off-highway equipment – and be able to predict problems before they occur.
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