The Camel, used by man for over 2000 years, is quite a piece of heavy-duty equipment. Not only did the Camel plow fields and transport loads, but it also did so without the owners ever having pay for fuel! Additionally, these amazing "machines" worked long hours in the mud, snow, heat, and cold without ever needing a paint job or oil change... talk about a bargain!
Today's Camels are not quite as simple. The machines are engineering marvels built with sophisticated blends of specialty iron and electronics. These machines can help dig the largest holes, tear down the largest mountains, dam the largest rivers and build the largest structures with amazing precision and speed. Unfortunately, for the business owners and fleet equipment maintenance managers, these machines will require more than a few hours of training and field grass. Today, due to the different types of metals, changes in protective coatings, regulations, and pollution, these machines will need to be protected from corrosion more so than ever.