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FLO Components showcasing QuickFit systems at NHES 2017

February 27, 2017  By FLO Components

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February 27, 2017 – FLO Components Ltd. will be displaying QuickFit On-board Oil Change Systems at the upcoming 2017 National Heavy Equipment Show on April 6 to 7 in Mississauga, Ont.

In 2016, FLO announced its new partnership with RPM Industries LLC to sell and install their complete product line of centralized fleet fluid maintenance systems. With the RPM Industries product line, FLO Components Ltd. has a complete range of engine pre-lubrication and fluid evacuation technologies that automate routine maintenance of heavy equipment to save owners and dealers time and money. 

“Keeping your fleet in peak operating condition can be difficult and time consuming”, said Mike Deckert, vice-president of FLO Components. “Machines sit idle for hours during ‘simple’ oil changes. Technicians risk injury removing hot oil filters and climbing under or around the machines. Then you also have the problem of oil spills causing environmental contamination. The QuickFit Onboard Oil Change system offers a simple solution for all of that.” 

“The patented QuickFit system is a quick and simple way to change oil, transmission and hydraulic fluids,” adds FLO Components marketing specialist Gabriel Lopez. “The QuickFit system allows you to service most machines in less than 30 minutes, from a single ground-level, connection. You save time, without risking unnecessary injury or environmental fines. 


“The QuickFit system incorporates the PERT process to: 1) Purge the filters with compressed air so that old filters can be removed and clean filters can be installed cleanly and safely with no spills or burns; 2) Evacuate the sump directly to the final waste container; 3) Refill the engine via its new filters and 4) Timestamp the service to automatically document the maintenance event.” 

“FLO Components has been helping customers protect their equipment and improve productivity with automatic greasing systems for 40 years. The RPM Industries line of centralized fleet fluid maintenance systems further enhances your ability to protect your equipment and improve productivity, but also helps you protect your employees and the environment”, added Deckert. “It makes fluid maintenance cleaner, safer and faster for all makes and models.  Because the process is repeatable, it’s easier for you to schedule and plan routine PM services. Maintenance becomes easier, your productivity goes up and the risk of spills and contamination is virtually eliminated.”  

FLO will be featuring the QuickFit System in Booth #3849 with demos and system experts on hand to answer questions.

About FLO Components
FLO Components Ltd. is an automatic greasing systems specialist and a leading supplier of “Total Lube Solutions” to major manufacturers and heavy equipment users in Ontario. Established in ON in 1977, FLO uses application expertise and qualified service technicians to provide cost effective Solutions for all types of lubrication and fluid handling applications and help clients reduce unscheduled downtime and improve productivity. FLO Components’ Solutions include: systems design, auto lube systems, hammer lube systems, general lube equipment, specialty lubes, onsite service & installation, lube audits, lubrication training, scheduled on-site maintenance programs, and a factory authorized warranty & service facility. For more information on FLO’s products or services, visit

About RPM Industries
Incorporated in 1985, RPM Industries LLC manufactures a broad range of engine pre-lubrication and fluid evacuation technologies for industries utilizing diesel or gas engines.  RPM Industries offers OEM and retro-fit aftermarket systems for heavy-duty diesel applications in a wide variety of industries, including construction, mining, waste management, over the road trucking, coach and bus transportation, as well as marine, aggregate and power-generation applications.  RPM Industries proudly manufactures systems in Washington, Pennsylvania, USA.

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