LPG Faces & Places: April 2018

April 18, 2018 By    

Take a look at some photos from recent LP gas-related events, including the NTEA Work Truck Show.

1. The Signature Truck Systems team, from left, are Bruce Whitney, Mike VanDenBoom, Pierre Fournier and Al Avram. Fournier is president of Quebec, Canada-based Granby Industries, whose companies include Signature, Fischer Tanks and Pro-Par. Signature is headquartered in Clio, Michigan, and it also has a facility in Houghton Lake, Michigan.

2. Navien held an event to celebrate the sale of its 1 millionth condensing unit. The company’s core products are tankless water heaters, combi-boilers and boilers.

3. A team helping to put a fleet of propane autogas-fueled vehicles on the road at Yale University in Connecticut is composed of, from left, Mike Morrissey, propane industry lobbyist; George Longyear, director of Yale Fleet management and graduate housing; Don Cusson of Cusson Automotive; Lee Grannis, coordinator of Greater New Haven Clean Cities; David Gable of Hocon Gas; and Albert Venezio of Icom North America.

4. Laura Lyons, right, president of ATech, speaks with Clara Richter, managing editor of LP Gas, about the bi-fuel engine performance trainer the company developed for the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC). The trainer, which was on display at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, allows technicians to get hands-on experience working on bi-fuel engines. According to NAFTC, the trainer will help technicians develop real-world system skills and knowledge. The system includes an ATech fault/simulator panel, which allows instructors to input faults into the engine.

Photos by Brian Richesson (1) and Virginia McMillen (4) and courtesy of Navien (2) and David Gable (3)

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