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Superior Energy Systems receives Measurement Canada certification

December 8, 2017 By    

Measurement Canada approved Superior Energy Systems’ line of propane autogas dispensers for retail sale throughout Canada.

The PRO-Vend 1000. Photo courtesy of Superior Energy Systems.

The certification verifies that the company’s dispensers are legal for trade and custody transfer in commercial and retail applications. The approval also makes it easier for gas stations, convenience stores and the like throughout Canada to generate fueling revenue from a growing fleet market, and it opens another refueling option for the fleets.

“Our engineering and product development team continues to go above and beyond to ensure that our autogas dispenser line achieves the highest certification standards in North America,” says Don Fernald, president and CEO of Superior Energy Systems. “The Canadian propane autogas market is substantial and this approval signifies our commitment to that customer base.”

In addition to this latest certification, the company’s retail dispenser line, including the PRO-Vend 1000; the web-based, customizable PRO-Vend 2000; and the PRO-Vend dual-hose units are National Type Evaluation Program certified by the National Conference of Weights and Measures.

These units are also certified by the Canadian Standards Association to Underwriters Laboratories 495 requirements. The units also comply with all applicable National Fire Protection Association standards, the company adds.

Performance testing of the propane autogas dispensers was conducted over the last six months and Measurement Canada issued approval in November.

Superior Energy Systems says it becomes the second company worldwide, and the first in the U.S., to earn Measurement Canada approval on propane autogas dispensers.

Measurement Canada is an agency similar to the U.S. Weights and Measures Division. It is responsible for ensuring accuracy in the selling of measured goods; developing and enforcing the laws related to measurement accuracy; approving and inspecting measuring devices; and investigating complaints of suspected inaccurate measurement in Canada.

Joe McCarthy

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Joe McCarthy is a former Associate Editor of LP Gas Magazine.

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