Representatives of Everlast visited the largest LPG expo and would like to share the impressions.
What was the purpose of our trip? Today there is a label “Made in USA” on all the "Everlast" LPG tanks and equipment. American brands Rego, Fisher, Emerson and LC are world-known, that’s why we were sure that we would draw some tips in the country where this industry is well developed. Of course, we understood that American LPG tanks would be slightly different ... But we were very much surprised how much they do differ from the European ones,
Let’s not to dwell on the US design or cubature. Exactly as much as an American truck does not look like a European one, just as any US semitrailer will be absolutely different from the European one. Well, Americans like a lot of chrome and light bulbs.... However, from the security point of view, this is better than the invisible, due to the lack of tail lights, the grain truck snailing on the highway.
The major priority is a clear orientation to the functionality - the semitrailer is a long-distance transport, and it is always in the transport version, it is equipped only with a pump for high-speed pumping, a small-volume tank truck for customer’s liquids delivery is equipped with a dispensing system
Also stands-out the complete lack of a technological box on semitrailers, and only partial protection on independent carriers. As a rule, they lock only the electronic "head" of the counter and the pneumatic control valves.
In addition, I want to say that no LPG tank was equipped with a flow massmeter, instead, there was the mechanical one, with an electronic register and the ability to accumulate and transmit data over GSM.
Yes, there isn’t much you can use in Ukraine today. But our major priority stays the clear orientation to the functionality. We truly hope that in the nearest future we will be able to leave equipment on the street without a box and any fear and the LPG tank trucks will not be stuck in traffic jams in cities.