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Improved dispensing

06 November, 2007
Page 39 
Gilbarco Veeder-Root's SK700 fuel dispenser has been improved with the launch of the SK700-II version. It is the result of a development process that combined in-depth feedback from customers, field service companies and distribution partners, with state-of-the-art technological advances, according to Charndeep Khattar, who is responsible for the company's dispenser marketing.
He said the SK700-II has been designed to improve the experience of both the customer and the end user. The hose reach has been extended and the pull force reduced for easier handling. He also reckons it's the quietest of all pumping units in the industry."The enhanced features will help customers provide an excellent service and lower their total cost of ownership, thanks to improvements made to the durability and serviceability. We have redesigned the hydraulics and reconfigured the electronics," explained Khattar."Its key components include the Gilbarco Veeder-Root Ecometer, which maintains a field-proven position as the most accurate of all metering technology in the industry."In addition, the company has opened a new production line. This state-of-the-art facility in Salzkotten, Germany is designed specifically to make the SK700-II to the highest standards." 01268 533090



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