Total UK Bitumen Sponsor Highways Excellence Awards
Total UK Bitumen Division are pleased to sponsor this year’s UK Highways Awards, at a gala event at the Royal Lancaster, London on October 9th.
Car oil is crucial to your engine, and without it, a whole host of engine systems can be damaged – some irreparably. What is it, what types of car oil are there, what car oil does your vehicle need, how do you check it, and how do you top up and change car oil? Understand it all in our ultimate guide to car oil.
Engine oils, greases and lubricants have come a long way from the viscous mineral oils of yesteryear. Today’s equipment and vehicles are lubricated with highly formulated oils featuring synthetic chemical compounds and oil additives to push their capabilities even further. But what are oil additives and how do they work to protect components and enhance performance?
When people think of motorcycling, all too often thoughts drift to lightning-fast superbikes or brash cruisers. But away from these heavyweights are a whole host of distinguished two-wheeled classics, owned by riders just as fanatic about their machines as any Hells Angel.
If you’re looking for a gear oil that will protect your gearbox and/or transmission, you need to make sure your oil has the correct grade. While this can be found out via Total Lub Advisor or your owner’s manual, it’s worth understanding the meaning behind and differences between gear oil grades. Here’s everything you need to know, from base oil grades, to additives, to common gearbox oil grading systems.
Supplying aviation fuel to countless airports across the world, Total Aviation’s fuel logistics team must tackle their fair share of high-pressure situations as they ensure the airports and airfields that use Total’s fuels can cope with demand. But what issues do they come across, and how do they make sure that aviators stay soaring?
Keeping your brake fluid topped up is incredibly important. Without it, your braking system will cease to function, putting you and your passengers’ lives in jeopardy, and potentially damaging your vehicle. Thankfully, checking your brake fluid level and topping it up is a simple task. Here’s how.
Lubricants are constantly at work all around us. They safeguard our vehicles, machinery and much, much more, and they’ve been doing so for a staggering length of time – far longer than you might think. As lubricant specialists, we know an awful lot about the development of lubricants. Here’s how they evolved into the high-performance products we rely on today.