Diesel engines serve as the source of power for huge machines like trucks, trains, ships, submarines, and more. On the surface, they are highly similar to the more common gasoline engines. Despite this, they operate in a slightly different way, generate more power, and do so more efficiently. This blog will explain diesel engines, how they differ from gasoline engines, what makes them more efficient, and their other advantages.

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Just like automobiles, aircraft of all types require regular maintenance and inspections for their engine oil systems. During flight operations, an aircraft may be exposed to a number of contaminants including dirt, sand, salt, and much more. These contaminants are important to remove from the system as soon as possible, as they may lead to corrosion, abrasion, and other damages that may affect the performance or service life of the engine oil system or surrounding components. In this blog, we will discuss some quick tips that can help you establish good maintenance practices and protect your aircraft.

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Jet engines are marvels of engineering. A symphony of tiny, intricate parts work in tandem to make an aircraft take flight. Although it's easy to be overwhelmed by the complexity of each moving part, the basic jet engine components are relatively simple. There are five main sections of an engine: the air inlet, the compressor, the combustor, the turbine, and the exhaust. This blog will provide some basic information on each of these.

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