The OSU Center for Automotive Research Completes Third Party Testing of Hot Shot’s Secret Products

Fedex truck on Dyno

Recently, Hot Shot’s Secret Diesel Extreme and Stiction Eliminator underwent third party dynamometer testing at The Ohio State University Center for Automotive Research by the Engineering Services group. Using the EPA’s Urban Dynamometer Driving Schedules (UDDS) and the 55 miles-per-hour steady-state cruise test, the product’s effects on fuel economy during urban and highway conditions were determined. A FedEx contracted 2006 Freightliner P500 was used for the test, powered by a turbo Cummins engine. The test vehicle’s odometer prior to testing read 247,631 miles; no mechanical issues or diagnostic codes were present for the duration of the test. A professional driver was used to conduct the tests; baseline and product tests were conducted on the same day with the same weather conditions. Fuel consumption was measured gravimetrically to four significant digits by use of an external fuel tank.

After initial baseline tests without product were complete, the products were then tested. Diesel Extreme was added to the external fuel tank per the product’s label instructions after the initial baseline tests were completed. Diesel Extreme improved fuel economy in the UDDS tests 2.1%, and the steady-state test used to simulate highway driving yielded a 5.1% increase.

After Diesel Extreme tests were complete, one and a half quarts of engine oil was drained from the oil system and replaced with Stiction Eliminator. This amount was added to the oil fill cap per the product’s label at one quart of additive per ten quarts of engine oil. Stiction Eliminator increased urban fuel economy by 2.2% in the UDDS and improved highway fuel economy 3.6% in the steady-state test.

Diesel Extreme’s results are likely a result of removing internal diesel injector deposits that prohibited proper fuel spray or injector operation. The fuel economy increase may have also been caused by the cetane boost and fuel quality improvements made by Diesel Extreme. Stiction Eliminator’s results might be attributed to the cleaning of internal engine components such as the turbo bearings, as well as the reduction of friction inside the engine, helping the engine run more efficiently.

When used simultaneously, the products improved the Freightliner’s highway fuel economy by 8.7%.

See the official results here:

Now Shipping to Canada and Australia!

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Hot Shot’s Secret Joins the Fight Against Trafficking

Hot Shot’s Secret is pleased to announce to have become a Bronze level sponsor of Trucker’s Against Trafficking (TAT).

Trucker’s Against Trafficking defines trafficking as “whenever people are bought and sold for forced labor or commercial sex”. They state that “worldwide, there are an estimated 20.9 million slaves. Human trafficking has been reported in all 50 states, and the number of victims in the United States is estimated in the hundreds of thousands”.

While illegal, human trafficking is a booming business. Traffickers recruit out of schools, online, shopping malls, as well as the streets and other locations. These victims are prostituted on the street and in private homes, in businesses, restaurants, truck stops and motels. They need to be identified and rescued.

Truckers are the eyes and ears of the highways, we ask each of our truck driving customers to stay alert and report any signs, activity or questions to 1-888-3737-888. Together we can bring children and adults home to their loved ones and keep our loved ones safe. Please take a second to read over TAT goals:

  • Make the TAT training DVD, wallet cards (and other materials) a regular part of training/orientation for members of the trucking industry so that when they suspect human trafficking is taking place they can call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) at 1-888-3737-888 and report what they know.
  • Partner with law enforcement to facilitate the investigation of human trafficking.
  • Marshal the resources of the trucking industry to combat this crime.

Please review this cause with your employer or company and request your HR to incorporate this training into their employee training program. Keep the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) phone number handy: 1-888-3737-888.

94 percent recommend us

94% of Our Customers Recommend Us

In November of 2015, our Marketing team sent out a survey to Diesel Truck owners who drive their diesel on a daily basis. The surveyed diesel owners had previously purchased and used Hot Shot’s Secret additives on their equipment. They were asked if the product performed so well that they would recommend it to their diesel driving friends. 94% of respondents stated that they would recommend Hot Shot’s Secret products to a friend who own a diesel.

Over 9 out of 10 diesel owners who have used Hot Shot’s Secret products would recommend it to a friend, that is a strong statement in itself. Recommendations are not taken lightly, to recommend something is to put your trust in something. According to a Nielsen study in 2015 word of mouth recommendations were the most trusted source to consumers for product purchases. Next time you go to purchase an additive remember that 9/10 diesel owners that have used Hot Shot’s Secret products were so impressed with the performance of our products that they would recommend them to a friend.

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New building means more innovation says LSI President Chris Gabrelcik

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People ask “why does innovation live at LSI?” It’s simple, it’s what we like doing most. We get more excited about coming up with a solution to a problem than we do hitting a sales goal. We built the company based on finding solutions. The roots of the company are based on innovation and providing solutions to problems. The motivation of our competitors is “are we going to make a profit.’’ Ours is ‘‘did we fix the problem’’ and that’s the difference. If the product won’t sell, our competitors won’t produce it. LSI doesn’t just create products to sell, we create products that will fix the problem, regardless of how many bottles we will sell.

How will the new facility affect innovation? More space; more space means more people, more equipment, improved testing facilities, and it’s safer. It also gives us an opportunity to record what we do and share it with customers and other clients so they can see the results of our products. In 5 years we expect to see even more expansion; we want to be tackling worldwide engine problems by then. There will be expansion to the mechanical side of the engine too and solutions provided to common mechanical problems. We are excited to take on the next generation of engine problems and provide quality solutions for those problems. It all starts with innovation.

Building facts:

  • Cost: $2.2 million to build
  • Size: 24,000 sq. ft. warehouse and 10,000 sq. ft. of office
  • Location: 3975 Morrow Meadows Dr., Mt. Gilead OH 43338
  • Property: 12 additional acres for expansion
  • Storage: Ability to store over 95 thousand gallons of fluid
  • Features: two laboratories, self-sufficient heating by utilizing Fluid Recovery’s boilers
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Catch Us on Rush Limbaugh


Starting December 1st 2015 Hot Shot’s Secret is proud to announce that we will have a radio campaign on the Rush Limbaugh Show! The decision to advertise on the Rush Limbaugh show was made to further our national footprint. We hope you’ll listen for our commercials on Rush and catch up on the excitement. Rush Limbaugh is aired across the nation to over 20 million active listeners. We’re excited to be a part of one of the most polarizing talk shows in radio history!

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EY announces Lubrication Specialties, Inc President Chris Gabrelcik is EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Award WINNER in Ohio Valley

Mt. Gilead, OH, June 5, 2015 – EY today announced that President Chris Gabrelcik of Lubrication Specialties, Inc. is an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Award Winner in the Ohio Valley Region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Chris Gabrelcik, founder of Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction Eliminator was selected as an award winner by a panel of independent judges.

“It’s an honor and I am very thankful” states Gabrelcik about being recognized as an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Award Winner in the Ohio Valley Region. “Our success as a company will remain focused on the research and development of problem specific solution for our customers.”

Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction Eliminator is the top selling oil additive for removing stiction from diesel engines and can restore 9 out of 10 failing injectors. Hot Shot’s Secret Diesel Extreme is a high potency fuel additive combining detergents, dispersants and cetane to restore the diesel’s original performance power.

Lubrication Specialties, Inc is building a 34,000 square foot facility that will open in 2016. As a resident of rural Morrow County, Gabrelcik has a passion to create jobs and keep them in Morrow County. “We’ve developed a strong team of hard working and enthusiastic go-getters” states Gabrelcik with a big smile on his face, “Most were unemployed when we hired them.”

Now in its 29th year, the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® program has expanded to recognize business leaders in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries throughout the world.

Regional award winners are eligible for consideration for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National program. Award winners in several national categories, as well as the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National Overall Award winner, will be announced at the annual awards gala in Palm Springs, California, on November 14, 2015. The awards are the culminating event of the EY Strategic Growth Forum®, the nation’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.

Sponsors
Founded and produced by EY, the Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards are nationally sponsored by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and SAP America.
About Lubrication Specialties, Inc
Lubrication Specialties Inc. develops problem-specific solutions to end-users of diesel and gas engines. Leveraging the power of science, Lubrication Specialties Inc. and CEO Chris Gabrelcik have created a full line of additives that can solve stiction problems in practically all parts of an engine. Lubrication Specialties Inc. products are highly concentrated formulas that are much more impactful than the diluted products often found on the retail shelf. These products have been engineered to eliminate a specific problem and resolve related issues, which allows equipment to last longer and improve efficiency. The LSI family of companies includes Hot Shot’s Secret, Frantz Filters, Fluid Recovery and Lubrication Specialties Inc. Products available at www.LubricationSpecialties.com.

About EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®
EY Entrepreneur Of The Year is the world’s most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs. The unique award makes a difference through the way it encourages entrepreneurial activity among those with potential and recognizes the contribution of people who inspire others with their vision, leadership and achievement. As the first and only truly global award of its kind, Entrepreneur Of The Year celebrates those who are building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, recognizing them through regional, national and global awards programs in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries.

About EY
EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities. For more information about our organization, please visit www.ey.com.

Photos of Chris Gabrelcik
• President and Founder of Lubrication Specialties, Inc.
• EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Award Winner in the Ohio Valley Region
• 2014 Ohio Strong Award Winner
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EY announces LSI President Chris Gabrelcik is an EY Entrepreneur Of The Year ®2015 Award finalist in Ohio Valley

EY announced that Chris Gabrelcik, President of Lubrication Specialties, Inc., is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®2015 Awards in the Ohio Valley Region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Gabrelcik was selected as a finalist by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on June 4, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Cincinnati.

“Our work has always been focused on providing innovative, niche solutions for trucking fleets and diesel vehicles nationwide,” explained Gabrelcik about his company’s mission. “Our recent growth can be credited back to hard work, the power of science and a steadfast commitment to innovation. To me,it’s not about the bottom line. It’s about doing what’s best for my employees, our customers and our community.It’s what we’re all about.”

Now in its 29th year, the program has expanded to recognize business leaders in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries throughout the world.

Regional award winners are eligible for consideration for the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National program. Award winners in several national categories, as well as the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year National Overall Award winner, will be announced at the annual awards gala in Palm Springs, California, on November 14, 2015. The awards are the culminating event of the EY Strategic Growth Forum®, the nation’s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.

Sponsors
Founded and produced by EY, the Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards are nationally sponsored by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and SAP America.

About EY Entrepreneur Of The Year®
EY Entrepreneur Of The Year is the world’s most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs. The unique award makes a difference through the way it encourages entrepreneurial activity among those with potential and recognizes the contribution of people who inspire others with their vision, leadership and achievement. As the first and only truly global award of its kind, Entrepreneur Of The Year celebrates those who are building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, recognizing them through regional, national and global awards programs in more than 145 cities in more than 60 countries.

About EY’s Strategic Growth Markets practice
EY’s Strategic Growth Markets (SGM) practice guides leading high-growth companies. Our multidisciplinary teams of elite professionals provide perspective and advice to help our clients accelerate market leadership. SGM delivers assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services to thousands of companies spanning all industries. EY is the undisputed leader in taking companies public, advising key government agencies on the issues impacting high-growth companies and convening the experts who shape the business climate. For more information, please visit us at ey.com/us/strategicgrowthmarkets, or follow news on Twitter @EY_Growth.

About EY
EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.

EY refers to the global organization, and may refer to one or more, of the member firms of Ernst & Young Global Limited, each of which is a separate legal entity. Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. For more information about our organization, please visit ey.com.

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Hot Shot’s Secret Now Available at Love’s Travel Stops

Love’s retail roll out brings Hot Shot’s Secret products to diesel drivers nationwide
Today Lubrication Specialties Inc. announced that its premier products, Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction Eliminator and Diesel Extreme are now available at more than 260 Love’s Travel Stops across the country. This retail roll out marks continued and widespread growth for the parent company.

“Love’s has been at the forefront of the travel center industry for a half a century. We are always searching for new ways to serve our drivers, so we’re very pleased to have innovative products like Hot Shot’s Secret on our shelves,” said Kyle Sloan, Love’s Category Manager.

Love’s joins the other 400+ distributors that currently carry Hot Shot’s Secret products — such as Pilot Flying J, Tractor Supply Company, Auto Zone, Rural King and Travel Centers of America.

The addition of Hot Shot’s Secret products will provide Love’s customers with highly concentrated solutions, more impactful than other diluted alternatives. Initially, Loves’ will carry Hot Shot’s Secret premier products Stiction Eliminator (oil additive) and Diesel Extreme (fuel additive).

“We strive to bring extreme-duty, high-performance and custom-made products that are typically only available to large commercial customers, to everyday users,” explained Lubrication Specialties’ Chris Gabrelcik. “Our mission is to help all truckers solve their vehicle problems, not just treat them. The addition of Love’s Travel Centers will make it even simpler for drivers to access our problem-specific solutions.”

Love’s and Lubrication Specialties, Inc. have similar, small business values. As a family-owned company, the owners of Love’s take an active role in what’s happening in all their stores and want only the best for their customers. “We are proud to be partners with an organization that sees eye to eye with our values,” said Gabrelcik.

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Solving stiction: The cholesterol of the diesel engine

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Originally Featured in Fleet Equipment Magazine: http://www.fleetequipmentmag.com/stiction-solution-diesel-engine/
Over time, cholesterol builds up in the veins of the human body, limiting blood flow and causing myriad other problems. Often known as the silent killer, cholesterol in the body is very similar to stiction in a diesel engine—the sticky-friction created from the build up of burnt hydrocarbons (oil or fuel). It is often the cause of “headache trucks” that never seem to perform well and are in the garage for frequent repairs.

Symptoms of stiction:

  • Failed injector diagnosis;
  • Hard starts;
  • Hesitation;
  • Rough idling;
  • Poor acceleration; and
  • Excessive black smoke;

Why stiction occurs

To increase the efficiency in modern diesel engines, manufacturers have increased the pressure at the tip of the injector. This increase provides for a better, more efficient burn with added power. Older injectors would put out 1,200 PSI at the injector tip but the new diesel engines put out 30,000 PSI. To achieve this increase in pressure, the manufacturers had to tighten the tolerance inside the injector, which increased the friction and temperature. The higher temperatures have a burning effect on the engine oil. A layer of oxidized oil forms slowing the injector’s performance and causing rough idle, poor acceleration, excessive black smoke and hard starts. As stiction builds, it can cause the injector to fail.

The spread of stiction

Originally, the stiction problem was thought to be limited to oil-fired injectors. However further testing has shown that stiction impairs the performance of the turbo, rings and the oil pump, too. Stiction is not limited to the oil-side of the diesel either. Oil and fuel are both hydrocarbons. When any hydrocarbon is over-heated, it leaves a sticky residue that can cause stiction, which can negatively impact the fuel system and transmission.

Stiction solution

While not intentional in design, burnt hydrocarbons creating stiction are a natural byproduct of the diesel engine. Whether using synthetic oil or high quality fuel, stiction is inevitable.

Using a lubricant alone to prevent stiction is a temporary fix and does not ultimately solve the problem. Stiction can be removed from the oil or fuel system via the application of an appropriate additive such as Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction Eliminator that includes detergents and dispersants specifically designed to treat stiction.

By Chris Gabrelcik, president and chief executive officer of Lubrication Specialties Inc.

LSI'S SUCCESS

How Hot Shot’s Secret disrupted the auto parts status quo


From the Columbus Business First: http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/print-edition/2014/12/19/how-hot-shots-disrupted-the-auto-parts-status-quo.html

Five years ago Lubrication Specialties Inc. had one employee: Chris Gabrelcik. Now the Mount Gilead company is spending $1.9 million to expand into a new 34,000-square-foot building and double its work force.

Revenue is in hypergrowth mode and Gabrelcik is eyeing international growth.

So, how does a company grow so much, so fast?

LSI’s story sounds like a movie – like it’s made up. With a lot of trial-and-error, fortuitous marketing and, of course, hard work, Gabrelcik has brought a growing company to rural Morrow County.

Gabrelcik started his company from his home in 1997, making and selling lubrication mixtures to fix machines in industrial settings. Big manufacturers such as AK Steel Holding Corp. and oil rig operators were customers.

He wanted to bring that know-how to truckers and smaller customers who don’t buy barrels full of oil.

“My idea was to take these big solutions, offer them to the smaller guy,” Gabrelcik said. “All of my colleagues at the time said, ‘You’re crazy for wasting your time on that.’ ”

It might take awhile to explain to a steel company why it needs LSI’s lubrication products, but when it orders, it spends big. There’s not much payoff with a truck driver who needs a quart of oil.

Gabrelcik initially sold through his prior contacts as a manufacturers’ representative and through his website.

He got by before his big break seemed to arrive in 2004, when representatives from major commercial vehicle manufacturer Navistar International Corp. called him. They’d seen his website and asked for his help fixing an injector problem on diesel engines their company made for Ford Motor Co. Years of testing by the two companies led to a product that could clean out the “sticky friction” left behind by oil causing the problems. It could fix the injector without needing a high-priced replacement.

Navistar told Gabrelcik it would buy a bunch of bottles and that “life will be good,” he said. That changed soon after, though, when Ford sued Navistar over the issue.

The deal was over. But Gabrelcik had a new product with a new purpose, and came up with a name for it: Hot Shot’s Secret.

“We knew nothing about marketing then. We know little now, but then we knew nothing,” he said.

He logged into diesel engine and heavy-truck Web forums to pitch the so-called stiction eliminator. People called him a snake-oil salesman at first, but word slowly spread. One forum member said his dealership was going to charge $2,400 for a new set of injectors. Instead he bought Hot Shot’s and it ran like new, Gabrelcik said.

Gabrelcik had been advertising on the late-night truckers’ show that aired on Cincinnati radio station WLW and satellite radio, but it wasn’t working. He wrangled a 10-minute spot with host Steve Sommers in 2008, a recession-addled year during which he estimates making just $25,000. The 10 minute spot turned into a four-and-a-half hour spot.

“As soon as I started talking about lubricant and oil, the phones started ringing,” he said. He credits his success to talking directly and specifically about the problems truckers faced; the ad promoted Hot Shot’s, but he needed to explain it because it’s complicated.

More than 100 orders came in during his drive from Cincinnati back home to Mount Gilead, launching his business. He only had 20 bottles in stock.

He soon found his first retail outlet, a farm supply store, Rural King Supply. That eventually led, after three years of trying, to a 30-minute pitch to heavyweight Tractor Supply Co., in which the company’s buyer gave LSI a chance on the condition that he make a more attractive bottle.

Hot Shot’s is sold now in Pilot Flying J travel centers and Auto Zone stores, too.

Last year’s sales were between $2.5 million and $3 million and are expected to grow.

How did Gabrelcik, who never managed anyone before starting his company, handle all the new things that happened at once – approaching and pitching his products to product buyers, handling logistics, finance and marketing?

He read books by business authors such as Jim Collins.

“I would just go into the morning meetings and say, ‘I just read this in the book and it says this is what we should do.’ So that’s what we’re going to do.”

His team had grown to five employees.

“That was our whole management style,” he said.

A turning point came when Gabrelcik started focusing on management and running the business instead of spending so much time diagnosing and improving machinery.

“The business was a secondary thing. For a long time that piece of it floundered. Things were not done efficiently, we coasted along,” he said.

Growth came when he started redoubling his focus on the business – instead of analyzing why a machine broke, he analyzed why shipping errors happened.

The company is moving in October to a bigger facility that it owns. It plans to add an international sales representative.

Ohio-Strong

2014 Ohio Strong Award Presented to Chris Gabrelcik, CEO of Lubrication Specialties, Inc.

Lubrication Specialties, Inc. honored by Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel for excellence in manufacturing

Mount Gilead, OH (October 2014) – Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel’s 2014 Ohio Strong Award — created to recognize men and women excelling in manufacturing and the skilled trades — was awarded to Chris Gabrelcik, CEO of Lubrication Specialties, Inc. (LSI) for his exemplary work done for diesel engines and his dedication to the manufacturing industry.

LSI’s flagship product, Hot Shot’s Secret Stiction Eliminator, was first engineered in 1997 for International Truck and Engine to fix the problem of “stiction” caused by the build up of burnt, sticky oil residue that slows the mechanical movement inside of fuel injectors – in the Ford Powerstroke 6.0 liter engine. LSI and Gabrelcik have since continued to use the power of science to engineer numerous other products that solve hard to handle diesel problems for semi, pick up trucks and other vehicles with diesel engines. LSI’s Hot Shot’s Secret brand of products are now available through 400 distributors and many retail locations including AutoZone, Tractor Supply Company (TSC), Rural King as well as most truck stops including Flying J, Pilot and Travel Centers of America.

“It’s thrilling to see a resurgence in the need for skilled trade professionals in Ohio, and we’re happy to be playing a role,” says Gabrelcik. “Encouraging more individuals to explore careers in the trades is something in which we believe strongly because it means a larger, more skilled pool of potential employees from which we can hire. Supporting our local community – including hiring those who live here – is an important element of our company’s DNA.”

Gabrelcik received several nominations for the Ohio Strong Award, including one from the Morrow County Chamber of Commerce for his commitment to hiring local workers whenever possible, his ongoing support of local community programs, and his belief in advancing the local economy through the continual addition of new manufacturing jobs at LSI.

About Ohio Strong
The goal of Ohio Strong is to recognize Ohioans excelling in manufacturing and the skilled trades and to encourage more young people to pursue careers in these industries. Employers across the state are saying that in order to expand in Ohio, they need a workforce that is experienced in the skilled trades. Through Ohio Strong the Treasurer’s office supports policies like putting shop class back in high schools, and increasing access to vocational and technical education programs. The ultimate goal is to help inspire the kids and grandkids of Ohio to enter these fields, as did so many in previous generations.

About Lubrication Specialties, Inc.
Originating in 1997, Lubrication Specialties, Inc. (LSI) develops problem-specific solutions for diesel engines. Leveraging the power of science, LSI and CEO Chris Gabrelcik have since created a full line of additives that can solve stiction problems in practically all parts of an engine. Located in Mount Gilead, Ohio, LSI continues to engineer products that eliminate specific engine malfunctions and resolve related issues, allowing diesel trucks and other equipment to last longer and with improved efficiency.

The LSI family of companies includes Hot Shot’s Secret, Fluid Recovery, Frantz Filters and LSI Products.