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Combat in-sump corrosion with new Veeder-Root products

[fa icon="calendar'] May 14, 2018 11:00:00 AM / by Veeder-Root posted in Red Jacket, corrosion protection, new products, Corrosion

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Corrosion in sump spaces can be minimized by preventing ethanol fuel or vapors, and water, from entering the sump by following best practices regarding maintaining sump and submersible turbine pump [STP] fittings. In many cases environmental factors make maintaining a dry and vapor free sump difficult. In these situations, Veeder-Root has multiple products to help neutralize the effects of corrosion.

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New solutions for Diesel Exhaust Fluid Dispensing and Storage

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 3, 2018 10:16:12 AM / by Veeder-Root posted in ATG, Red Jacket, new products

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The new Red Jacket CoreDEF Series Submersible Turbine Pump (STP) and the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) recirculation software feature for the TLS-450PLUS Automatic Tank Gauge provide a complete solution for DEF dispensing at a retail or commercial site.

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Fuel & Fleet Management Solutions for NJPA Members

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 8, 2018 1:52:51 PM / by Veeder-Root

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Veeder-Root and Gilbarco Veeder-Root, the industry leaders in commercial and industrial fuel and fleet technologies, have an awarded contract, #022217-GVR, with the National Joint Powers Alliance® (NJPA) for “Fleet Management and Related Technology Solutions.” 

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See new products from Veeder-Root and Insite360 at WPMA

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 18, 2018 10:13:00 PM / by Veeder-Root posted in ATG, Trade Shows, Red Jacket, Insite360, new products

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Stop by to see all the latest innovations from Veeder-Root and Insite360 in Booth #801 at WPMA, February 20 - 22, 2018.

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Eliminating Error and Manual Processes in Fueling Aircraft for an FBO

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 7, 2018 8:31:00 PM / by Veeder-Root posted in EMR3, Datalink, Solution Overview

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Yelvington Jet Aviation is a Fixed Base Operator whose fuel trucks and fuel farm were equipped with aging mechanical registers that did not allow for any automation. If there were discrepancies between the amount delivered and the BOL, it was difficult to know where the error came from. By incorporating EMR3 and Datalink into their fueling systems they were able include automation and streamline operations.

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Are you taking steps to neutralize corrosive conditions in your sumps?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 26, 2018 1:43:02 PM / by Veeder-Root posted in Red Jacket, corrosion protection, new products, Corrosion

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As the relative humidity goes up, so does the likelihood of corrosion. This is especially true in-sumps where the added presence of ethanol vapors feeds into a corrosive environment to accelerate equipment deterioration. 

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New Red Armor STPs protect against deterioration due to corrosion

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 29, 2017 12:06:24 PM / by Veeder-Root posted in Red Jacket, corrosion protection, new products

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Veeder-Root has released the new Red Jacket Red Armor Submersible Turbine Pump to withstand in-sump corrosive environments and avoid the deterioration of pumping equipment. 

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Eliminating Costly Fuel Losses for a Bulk Fueler

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 15, 2017 6:01:00 AM / by Veeder-Root posted in ATG, EMR3, Bulk Fueling, Datalink, Fuel Loss, Solution Overview

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Evans Oil was experiencing annual product losses of an estimated 100,000 gallons, with no understanding of where the fuel losses were occurring, or how to stop them.

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