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Three SES Autogas Dispensers Approved

February 19, 2015 in certifications, Infrastructure, Propane by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Superior Energy Systems Dispensers Earn NTEP Certification

Cleveland-based Superior Energy Systems reports additional certifications for its Pro-Vend 1000, networked Pro-Vend 2000, and efficient Pro-Vend Dual Hose propane autogas fuel dispensers.

Superior Energy Systems’ Pro-Vend Dual Hose propane autogas dispenser flanked by the SES Pro-Vend 1000 (left) and Pro-Vend 2000

Superior Energy Systems’ Pro-Vend Dual Hose propane autogas dispenser flanked by the SES Pro-Vend 1000 (left) and Pro-Vend 2000

The National Conference of Weights and Measures, SES says, has issued National Type Evaluation Program certificates for the products for all retail and fleet applications. NTEP-certified devices meet requirements for the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology Handbook 44, SES notes.

The dispensers comply with NPFA/National Fire Protection Association standards and are also listed by Underwriters Laboratories.

Testing Took Place in January

“We will continue to reach milestones with our propane products to make it easier for our customers to get streamlined, quality products and services,” SES safety and training VP Mike Walters said in a release.

An independent laboratory recognized by the National Conference of Weights and Measures tested and evaluated each of the units.

Testing leading to the NTEP approval took place over two days last month, SES says. Each unit was inspected approximately 50 times.

In addition to dispensers, SES manufactures propane-based bulk plants, rail towers and terminals.


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Source: Superior Energy Systems with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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