What Is Wet Hose Fueling?

Wet hosing is also known as direct fueling, on-site mobile fueling, or fleet fueling. It is an efficient fueling process in which tank trucks fuel a company’s fleet on location. Typically, wet hosing is used with large scale construction or agricultural machinery because those machines are too big and cumbersome to be fueled at the nearest gas station.

At Ramos Oil Company, we offer a variety of diesel fuel options for wet hose fueling. Our diesel options include renewable diesel, clear diesel, red diesel, and biodiesel. Our staff works with you to schedule the best time to fill your fleet’s tanks, whether they are located at your office, yard, or job site. Continue reading to discover the benefits of wet hosing with Ramos Oil Company.

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Benefits of Wet Hose Fueling

Convenience: Our wet hosing service brings the fuel to you so that you don’t have to fill your fleet individually. Ramos Oil keeps your business running with convenient deliveries of diesel fuel whenever you need it. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Improved Safety: Hiring a wet hosing company ensures proper handling of fuel, which reduces spills, clean-ups, and property damage. All of Ramos Oil’s employees are properly trained and follow safety protocols to ensure safe fueling.

Increase Productivity: With wet hosing, you are able to coordinate a convenient fueling time that does not interfere with your driver’s schedules. This allows your drivers to focus on performing their job instead of having to worry about fueling requirements.

Inventory Control: Using wet hosing eliminates driver theft and misusage at fuel stations. In addition, using the wrong type of fuel may lead to performance issues that can be costly. When Ramos Oil manages your fueling process, we promise accurate reporting and attention to detail.

Quality Control: Using wet hosing extends your fleet’s lifespan by reducing miles driven as well as the wear on the tires to find fuel. Even an additional 5 miles a day to find a gas station adds up quickly when applied to an entire fleet.

Savings: Having your fleet fueled at one time with wet hosing is more cost-efficient than paying drivers to fuel at a fuel station.