Welcome to the Sage Oil Vac news section, your spot for mobile lube equipment news and resources. Browse the articles below to learn from customers how the Sage Oil Vac system works on their jobsite, see company and product updates, and find resources to help keep you the cleanest man on the jobsite.
Reliable service and maintenance technicians are often hard to find, putting contractors in a difficult situation when it comes to keeping current with preventive maintenance schedules. Everyone in the construction industry knows the important role preventative maintenance plays in optimizing machine uptime and health. This presents your dealership with the unique opportunity to become the […]
Summer’s longer days bring increased pressure to keep machines running with as little downtime as possible. That means mobile lube systems and proper maintenance are crucial. Uptime directly translates into productivity and, ultimately, your success. And let’s face it, at the end of the day, anything you can do to keep machines running contributes to […]
Many times, people don’t realize how much profitability is left on the table to extra labor costs, machine downtime and lost productivity if they don’t follow best practices for preventive maintenance. A worst-case scenario would be a crew standing around waiting for a machine that has suffered a catastrophic failure. While not every machine breakdown […]
Sage Oil Vac is a true American success story rooted in innovation and the determination to find a better way. In the early 90s, Gary Sage was a farmer looking for a better way to change oil in his irrigation equipment without spilling oil on himself or the ground. This led to the creation of […]
Earth Day provides an opportunity to reflect on what we all can do to protect the planet from pollution. Fortunately, when it comes to servicing mobile construction machinery, there are solutions that can simultaneously protect our natural resources and bolster the bottom line. At the end of the day, the goal should be to service […]
People count on Alex Hochstein. He’s factory-trained on generator and engine repair — a rare combination of skills for one person. At his business Amarillo Industrial Mobile Maintenance (AIMM), he is essentially on call 24/7 to maintain and repair standby generators for customers ranging from hospitals and nursing homes to pig farms and dairies. His […]