➤ DOVER LAUNCHES TOKHEIM QUANTIUM
510M FUEL DISPENSER SERIES
Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS),;a part of Dover Corp.,
recently launched the Tokheim Quantium;510M fuel dispenser series.
The Quantium 510M fuel dispenser range is the next
generation of the Quantium fuel dispenser family.
The Quantium 510M FHR fuel dispenser has full hose
retraction, which builds on the same look and feel of today’s
Quantium 510 fuel dispenser but with an enriched dispenser
head. The new dispenser head will be standard across the
range and will allow customers to upgrade easily from the
typical LCD display to a VGA media display by changing the
screen and the door.
Also in the series is the Quantium 510M SHR fuel dis-
penser with semihose retraction, featuring modi;cations such
as double bump piping to increase dispenser maintainability.
This model provides customers a wider choice in modernizing their forecourts.
In addition to the more conventional dispensers, DFS
will offer the Quantium 510M AdBlue fuel dispenser and
the Quantium 510M liqui;ed petroleum gas (LPG) fuel
dispenser. The Quantium AdBlue fuel dispenser will have
the same appearance as the Quantium 510M fuel dispenser
with the enriched dispenser head but will be available as a
four-hose model, a direct response to customers throughout
Europe and the Middle East. The Quantium 510M LPG
fuel dispenser has been upgraded from the previous model to
include the enriched dispenser head and semihose retraction.
DFS, part of Dover Corp., is composed of the product
brands of ClearView, Fairbanks, OPW Fuel Management
Systems, ProGauge, Tokheim and Wayne Fueling Systems.
DFS delivers advanced fuel dispensing equipment, electronic systems and payment, automatic tank gauging and
wetstock management solutions to customers worldwide.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, DFS has manufacturing
facilities in Brazil, China, India, Italy, the U.K. and U.S.
For more information, visit www.doverfuelingsolutions.com.
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