KleerBlue Solutions Debuts Fleet and Retail DEF Dispensers

KleerBlue Solutions, Evansville, Ind., launched diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) dispensers engineered for warm climate use (above 12°F/-11°C). The units forego heating and insulation components, allowing for a smaller footprint and less cost, the company said. The dispensers, under the brand name Regal, are streamlined versions of the KleerBlue Apex dispensers, the company said.

They feature a weather-proof black and white powder-coated galvannealed steel exterior, DEF-compatible wetted parts, stainless steel filter, backlit LED display, and built-in pump power relay. The dispenser base is 12 inches deep and 18 inches wide to allow more placement options, the company said.

“We wanted to provide our customers that live in warmer climates an even more affordable option,” explained co-founder Roy Jorgensen. “We have a reputation for producing equipment that holds up under extreme cold, but that’s irrelevant to our Southern partners. For them, we can offer affordability, quality and flexibility.”

The Regal comes in two models: fleet and retail. The fleet model features an exterior volume display and an electric pulse output to send DEF volume information to FMS or other monitoring software. The retail model displays sales and price information in addition to volume. It is able to emulate most standard dispenser protocols and integrate with most standard POS systems.

“We evaluate every component and design decision for its overall ROI and adherence to DEF equipment standards,” says Steve Murray, co-founder. “And, we ensure our equipment has the proper certifications for the application.”

The Regal can be supplied remotely or as part of KleerBlue’s turn-key Fueling Island Friendly Mini-Bulk systems.

KleerBlue offers DEF storage, handling and dispensing equipment. Its products range from drum and tote dispensing solutions to fueling island-friendly mini-bulk tanks and larger bulk aboveground tanks, from fixed and portable pumping systems to fully automated blending facilities. KleerBlue was formed in 2009 as a 50/50 joint venture between Separation By Design, Inc. and Murray Equipment, Inc. Visit the website KleerBlueSolutions.com to learn more.

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