Jun 27, 2022
Woodford recently added Hall Drilling as a customer and converted the company’s fleet and equipment to Chevron lubricants. Hall Drilling is one of the most respected oil & gas companies in the Appalachian Basin, with over 300 skilled industry employees.
Jun 22, 2022
Every maintenance manager has his or her own set of maintenance guidelines for vehicles and equipment that inform their approach to day-to-day work. But success is usually maximized when several different maintenance approaches work together, rather than using just one. And it helps to have a partner in your corner to help troubleshoot any issues.
Apr 20, 2022
What are the best commercial lubricants to use to keep your equipment running as efficiently as possible? Woodford has the answer.
Feb 25, 2022
Not all diesel exhaust fluids (or suppliers) are created equal. There are a number of factors worth considering before making your next DEF purchase. Read on to discover Woodford’s top tips!
Jan 5, 2022
Start the new year right by switching your diesel engine oil to the highest performing Chevron Delo® products and take advantage of a valuable promotion at the same time!
Dec 22, 2021
This week, Woodford delivered a truckload of bottled water to the Benton County, KY, Emergency Operations Center for distribution to those hard hit by the recent tornadoes.
Sep 16, 2021
This morning we’re leaving Morgantown to deliver 16 totes of Chevron ISOCLEAN® GST 46 Turbine Oil to a customer in Charleston, WV. The product is certified to an ISO Cleanliness Code of 16/14/12.
Aug 12, 2021
Fishing pro and Mystik Lubricants user Alton Jones, Jr. is no stranger to reeling in a big bass, but what about his casting skills?
Aug 4, 2021
Professional dirt track racer Cam Reimers is also a farmer, and he uses Mystik JT-8 Super Heavy Duty Synthetic Blend Engine Oil in his tractor. Check out the video to find out why.
Jul 28, 2021
Did you know that oil can be transferred eight times prior to reaching your equipment—exposing it to particulate contamination at each transfer point? “New” oil can actually contain up to 32 times as much particulate matter as OEM standards allow.