Discover Cardlock Fueling Excellence in Washougal & Kalama

Discover Cardlock Fueling Excellence in Washougal & Kalama


Welcome to the vibrant cities of Washougal and Kalama in Washington, where Jubitz Cardlock stations stand proudly as the epitome of excellence in fueling services, tailored specifically for local business owners, commercial drivers, and businesses of all sizes. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the indispensable amenities and top-notch fueling services that make Jubitz Cardlock stations essential for travelers heading into the Pacific Northwest. Discover our locations on YouTube in Washougal, and Kalama.

 

1. Strategic Locations: Ideal Fueling Points in Washougal and Kalama

Strategically positioned on the outskirts of the bustling Vancouver area, our Jubitz Cardlock fueling stations in Washougal and Kalama are perfect for fueling up before heading out. Our stations are proud hosts, offering optimal fueling points designed specifically for local business owners and commercial drivers. These locations, strategically chosen for accessibility, prioritize the needs of long-haul truckers with ample egress space for large vehicles. With thoughtful design and placement on major routes, Jubitz Cardlock stations emerge as the preferred choice, ensuring a seamless pit stop experience for businesses of all sizes.

2. High-Quality Fuel, Essential Amenities, and Convenient Fueling Options

At Jubitz Cardlock stations in Washougal and Kalama, we promise more than just top-tier fuel; we guarantee a comprehensive journey enhancement. Our stations are thoughtfully equipped with essential amenities, catering to the diverse needs of local business owners, whether you’re a long-haul trucker or operate a small lawn-mowing business. Notably, our stations feature high-speed pumps, capable of pumping 30 gallons a minute for a quick and efficient fill-up process. In Kalama, we go the extra mile by offering DEF fuel, an additional option for those requiring Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Both Washougal and Kalama stations feature dyed diesel, among other outstanding fueling choices, showcasing our commitment to providing a variety of options to suit your preferences.

 

3. Acceptance of Fleet Cards and Debit/Credit: Convenient Payment Options Tailored for Businesses

At our Jubitz Cardlock site, we seamlessly accept fleet fueling cards such as WEX, CFN, Voyager and many others, offering unmatched convenience for local businesses and their fleets. Furthermore, we welcome debit and credit cards, providing flexibility in payment options for all local drivers and business owners. Learn more here about how our Jubitz Fuel Card offers premier pricing and volume discounts.

 

Your Preferred Fueling Partner for Local Journeys

As Jubitz, we proudly declare that all our Cardlock stations in Washington, including Washougal and Kalama, seamlessly accept fleet cards, offering unmatched convenience for local businesses and their fleets. Discover Cardlock Excellence in Washougal & Kalama with our convenient fueling stations. Furthermore, we welcome debit and credit cards, providing flexibility in payment options for all local travelers and business owners.

 

Jubitz’s Commitment to Excellence: Your Reliable Fueling Partner

Our commitment at Jubitz goes beyond cardlock fuel sites. We ensure reliability, promptness, and a seamless experience for local businesses, commercial drivers, and all those seeking a convenient solution. Whether you need regular fuel supply for your business or you’re a driver looking for a reliable pit stop, Jubitz is here to meet your local fueling needs. Contact us today for a personalized fuel delivery quote.

 

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The Ultimate Guide to Bulk Fuel Delivery Services in OR & WA

The Ultimate Guide to Bulk Fuel Delivery Services in Oregon and Washington


In the dynamic landscapes of Oregon and Washington, the need for reliable and efficient bulk fuel delivery services is more crucial than ever. Jubitz takes pride in offering a comprehensive solution to fueling needs, ensuring convenience and a range of benefits for local and businesses alike.

 

Convenience at Your Job Site

One of the key advantages of Jubitz’s bulk fuel delivery services is the unparalleled convenience it brings to our customers. Whether you are located in the vibrant city of Portland, the picturesque areas of Lake Oswego, or the industrial hub of Tualatin, our services span across the region. No need to make time-consuming trips to fuel stations – Jubitz brings the fuel directly to your job site.

Extensive Coverage Across the Region

From the northern reaches of Chehalis, Washington, to the southern bounds of Wilsonville, Oregon, Jubitz ensures comprehensive coverage. We stretch from the western suburbs of Hillsboro to the eastern community of Sandy, covering every area in between. Our commitment to reaching major cities like Portland, Vancouver, Beaverton, Tigard, Oregon City, Wilsonville, Troutdale, Camas, and Longview guarantees that our fuel delivery services are accessible wherever you are.

 

A Fuel for Every Need

Jubitz understands that different vehicles and industries have distinct fuel requirements. That’s why our fuel delivery services cover a wide range of fuel types and grades to meet diverse needs:

  1. Gasoline Grades: Regular, Midgrade, Premium
    • Gasoline comes in various grades, each with distinct characteristics. Regular (e.g., 87 octane) is the standard grade suitable for most vehicles like everyday sedans and hatchbacks. Midgrade (e.g., 89 octane) offers a balance between cost and performance, making it suitable for mid-range cars. Premium (e.g., 91-93 octane) with higher octane levels is ideal for high-performance or luxury vehicles, such as sports cars or premium SUVs.
  2. Diesel Varieties: On-road, Off-road, Biodiesel, Renewable Diesel, Winter Blend, Marine
    • Diesel fuels cater to diverse needs. On-road diesel powers vehicles used on public roads, such as trucks and buses. Off-road diesel is designed for non-road applications like construction equipment and agricultural machinery. Biodiesel, made from organic materials like soybeans, is an environmentally friendly alternative. Renewable Diesel is a synthetic option produced through advanced refining processes. Winter Blend diesel is optimized for cold weather, preventing fuel gelling. Marine diesel is formulated for marine engines, ensuring efficient performance on watercraft.
  3. Clear Non-Ethanol: Regular, Premium
    • Clear Non-Ethanol fuels, available in Regular (e.g., 87 octane) and Premium (e.g., 91 octane), offer a cleaner alternative without ethanol additives. Regular Clear Non-Ethanol is suitable for standard engines, such as those in cars and motorcycles. Premium Clear Non-Ethanol provides enhanced performance and fuel efficiency for specific applications, making it a preferred choice for high-performance engines in boats, ATVs, or small aircraft.
  4. Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)
    • Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is a critical component in modern diesel engines. It is a solution of urea and purified water. For example, when injected into the exhaust stream of a truck’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system, DEF chemically reacts with nitrogen oxides to form harmless nitrogen and water vapor. This process reduces harmful emissions, ensuring compliance with emission standards. Truck fleets, buses, and modern diesel cars equipped with SCR systems commonly use DEF to maintain engine efficiency and meet environmental regulations.

 

Jubitz’s Commitment to Excellence

Our commitment extends beyond just delivering fuel. Jubitz ensures reliability, promptness, and a seamless experience for our customers. Whether you’re a business in need of regular fuel supply or an individual looking for a convenient solution, Jubitz is here to meet your fueling needs. Contact us for a fuel delivery quote.

 

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Newly Remodeled | Wilsonville, Or Cardlock Fueling Station

Now Open Cardlock Fueling Station in Wilsonville, OR


If you’re in Wilsonville, Oregon, and seeking a reliable, convenient, and modern commercial fueling solution, look no further than the newly remodeled Jubitz Cardlock Fueling Station. We are excited to unveil our upgraded facility, featuring ten state-of-the-art high-speed pumps and a range of fuel options to meet your needs. Let’s dive into what makes our Wilsonville location the go-to destination for fueling, day or night.

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A Fresh Look and Enhanced Functionality

Our commitment to serving the Wilsonville community is reflected in the extensive remodeling of our cardlock fueling station. We’ve invested in a complete makeover, providing not only a fresh and modern appearance but also enhanced functionality.

1. New High-Speed Pumps: With ten new high-speed pumps, you can fuel up quickly, reducing wait times and keeping your vehicles on the move. We understand that time is money, and our upgraded pumps are designed to save you both.
2. Fuel Variety: Our Wilsonville station offers a range of fuel options to cater to various vehicles and fleet requirements. You can now choose from Renewable Diesel (R99), E10 Unleaded Gasoline, and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) – all under one roof.
3. 24/7 Access: We know that businesses never sleep, so neither do we. Our Wilsonville station is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ensuring you have access to fuel whenever you need it. No more worrying about inconvenient fueling hours.
4. Enhanced Canopy and Night Lighting: Safety and convenience go hand in hand. Our newly installed canopy and night lighting ensure that you can fuel up comfortably and securely, even during nighttime hours.
5. Community-Centric Approach: Jubitz is proud to be a part of the Wilsonville community. We’ve tailored our services to meet the specific needs of local businesses and drivers, striving to make your fueling experience as smooth as possible.
Serving Wilsonville Once Again

Our Wilsonville Cardlock Fueling Station is now cleaner, more efficient, and ready to serve you better than ever before. We invite you to experience the convenience and quality that Jubitz has been known for over the years.

Whether you’re a local business owner, a long-haul trucker passing through, or a construction company of Wilsonville, our newly remodeled station is here to meet your fueling needs. Visit us today and see why Jubitz is the preferred choice for fueling in Wilsonville, Oregon.

At Jubitz, we believe in keeping you moving, so you can focus on what matters most to you – getting the job done. Welcome to the new era of fueling in Wilsonville. We look forward to serving you soon. To learn more about our other cardlock stations and services, visit our pages.

Lubricants 101: A Beginner’s Guide

Lubricants 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Machinery Maintenance


Lubrication is key to keeping machinery running smoothly and efficiently.  They help protect surfaces and prevent parts from being damaged by heat, dust, and friction over time. They are essential in maintaining the investment of buying valuable pieces of equipment.  Lubricants affect our cars, doorknobs, locks, parts, gears, and pretty much everything mechanical that we use in our homes and jobs. Since lubrication is such an important component in keeping everything moving, it’s a best practice to know the different types of lubricants that are out there, and which one works best for your needs.

In this blog, we’ll be covering the 4 types of lubricants, and what situations call for these different types to be used.

Oils, Greases, Penetrating Lubricants, and Dry Lubricants

1. Oils

The most common industry lubricant is found in plants, factories, and our cars. They can be based in mineral, synthetic, or vegetable oil. These thin liquids come in different weights, also referred to as viscosities. When measuring oil, the general rule is that the lower the weight number, the thinner the oil. For industrial uses, many use mineral oil with a lower viscosity. They are less toxic, less expensive, and easier to dispose of. Mineral oil is heavily refined compared to synthetic oil. Synthetic oil is man-made and often has additives to withstand high temperatures and prevent sludge. Therefore, mechanics promote using synthetic oils because they keep your engine cleaner for longer. Here is a list of oils Jubitz offers by Chevron!

When to use oil:
On car oil changes, hinges, and tool maintenance. Oil doesn’t have the resistance that grease has, so it creates a smooth buffer consistency that can move between parts fluidly. It’s best used when you want to lubricate machinery, but don’t want to take anything apart.

2. Greases

The second most common form of lubricant is grease.  It is made by mixing a base oil + thickener + additional lubricant additives.  Grease functions generally the same as oil, but has a different texture, creating a stickiness that helps it adhere to surfaces better. It’s ideal for high pressure systems, with medium speed and medium temperature.  Though grease does not stand up to high heat as easily as oil, it does provide a beneficial barrier from water and debris. It also comes in textures ranging from semifluid (ketchup) to very firm (pudding).

When to use grease: 

On ball bearings, gears, and linkages.  Grease is best used when you have a heavy load and need it to stick to a surface for a long time.  It can also be used as a sealant, which works when you want to keep water or dust particles out.

3. Penetrating Lubricants

This type of lubricant works best when you’ve got years of rust built up on nuts, bolts, or any fasteners. Its main use is for infiltrating tiny cracks, and breaking things up. This lubricant’s low viscosity allows fluids to seep into the grooves and crevices to break up bolts that won’t budge. They are made up of a lubricant and solvent mixture that helps break down corrosion and cleans the metal underneath. They can remove the residue of tar, grease, adhesives, and rust. After using a penetrating lubricant, they leave behind a temporary, thin, moisture-repellent residue to prevent further corrosion.

When to use penetrating lubricants:

Great for bike chains, hinges, electrical terminals, and casters.  Because of its thinner quality, it’s not advised for ball bearings, or parts that need a longer-lasting lubricant.

4. Dry lubricants

This last lubricant is a solid lubricant to coat surfaces with a dry film or powder that helps reduce wear on machinery. It’s also a great alternative when you can’t use oil or grease.

Dry lubricants generally come in a spray form that will eventually evaporate. They don’t build dirt and grime on a wet residue, and can withstand heat without breaking down or dripping. The most common dry lubricant is graphite, which offers quick drying solutions with long-lasting benefits. It acts like most lubricants, but without the mess.

When to use dry lubricants:  On threaded rods, locks, conveyor belts, hoists, and gaskets.  It creates a film that covers wherever sprayed, and also creates a lubricating feel that can loosen stubborn parts.

Jubitz offers a wide variety of industrial and mobile hydraulic system applications. See the products we carry by Chevron and Philips 66.