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Mainstay CNG Arrays Via Fontaine

July 25, 2014 in CNG, Companies, NGVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Both Back-of-Cab and Rail-Mount Assemblies on Class 8 Trucks

South Carolina’s Mainstay Fuel Technologies says that Fontaine Modification will provide a turnkey process for the delivery and installation of Mainstay’s compressed natural gas fuel systems on Class 8 over-the-road tractors.

Fontaine Modification is now handling installation of CNG fuel system arrays by South Carolina’s Mainstay Fuel Technologies.

Fontaine Modification is now handling installation of CNG fuel system arrays by South Carolina’s Mainstay Fuel Technologies at locations including Dublin, Va., above.

Charlotte, N.C.-based Fontaine will install both back-of-cab and side-saddle CNG fuel storage, management and delivery systems manufactured by Mainstay.

“Fontaine, North America’s most comprehensive provider of truck modification services, will perform the installations at its modification centers across the United States,” Mainstay says. In addition to Charlotte, those locations include Laredo, Cleveland, Dublin, Va.; Gainesville, Ga.; Springfield, Ohio; and Williamstown, W.V.

Ship-Thru Too

Fontaine uses established ship-thru agreements with major truck manufacturers to streamline the final delivery process.

“Our mutual customers will benefit from the combination of Mainstay’s top-quality systems and Fontaine’s fully engineered approach to installations,” Fontaine president Paul Kokalis says in a Mainstay release. “Our customers will get the complete package,” he said.

Mainstay manufactures CNG fuel storage and delivery systems for Class 6, 7, and 8 trucks, with back-of-cab or side-saddle available from 30 to 220 DGE/diesel gallon equivalents.


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Source: Mainstay Fuel Technologies with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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