Reliability 360 is the premier provider of reliability services to critical plants & equipment across the USA.
Industries we serve
- Oil & Gas
- Industrial Manufacturing
- Chemical Processing
- Food & Beverage
- Pulp & Paper
- Mining & Metals
- Industrial Vehicle Fleets
Delta Fuel Company, LLC
We are a multifunctional organization supplying bulk fuel, lubricants, propane, and fueling equipment to our customers, along with the services that assist in those fields.
Coverage over 48 States
We are a family-owned company based in Louisiana; however, our coverage area expands to the 48 states. Our unsurpassed dependability of over 50 years of experience combined with superior quality service has allowed us to become one of the most noticed suppliers on the map.
We provide gas, diesel, ethanol, biodiesel, propane, and lubricants at Wholesale and Retail levels. We are a licensed Petro-Canada Lubricants Distributor.
Currently, we service the Oil and Gas, Pipeline construction, Agriculture, Forestry, Aviation, Marine, Government, Manufacturing, Industrial, Trucking, and Automotive industries.
Are your lubricants performing well?
If it moves, rotates, or spins, you can be sure lubrication is being used to reduce friction, wear-and-tear, and to keep the equipment operating without interruption.
But, how do you know your lubricants are performing at their peak? Even sealed lubrication systems can experience issues that impact performance, lead to failures, and ultimately, unplanned downtime.
Common issues include:
- Water contamination
- Particulate intrusion
- Thermal breakdown
- Contaminated lubricants
R360 Mobile Lab
Think about it this way: The lubricants coat the surfaces of your equipment with a very thin layer of oil or grease, often just a few microns thick. Anything that degrades the quality of this layer has the potential to cause damage. Over time, the cumulative effect can result in equipment failure. Now you face downtime, lost production, repair expenses, and possibly fines from your customers.
Now think about how you manage your lubrication process. Are your lubricants:
- Properly stored?
- Correctly labeled?
- Used on a first in first out basis?
Lastly, how do you manage the
lubrication process itself?
- Are lubrication points clearly identified and accessible?
- How about sampling ports?
- Are your employees dedicated to this role?
- Are your employees professionally trained?
- Are your processes documented?
Unfortunately, the lubrication of critical equipment and assets frequently takes a back seat to other operational needs. It is time-consuming and requires a level of skill that surprises many plant operations managers.
So, you can invest time and resources into developing your own lubricant management program or let the trained professionals at Delta Fuel address your needs with our industry-leading Reliability360 service.
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BEST IN CLASS ASSESSMENT
Lubricants Inventory Management
Lubricants Storage & Handling
Heated Skid Filter
On-site Lubrication Training
Certified Lubricant Specialists