OPW Fuel Management Systems, part of Dover Corp.’s Fluids segment, has introduced its new Petro Vend 200 (PV200) Fuel Island Terminal, which the company says features many modular options that make it scalable for a wide range of unattended fueling needs. The machine can be used at any kind of fueling station, including those with compressed natural gas dispensers.
As a next-generation solution in OPW’s new PV Family of Fuel Control Solutions, the PV200 provides 24-hour fuel control to unattended commercial fleet fueling operations, big or small. The terminal offers the versatility of many a la carte options, including dual card reader operation, an alpha keyboard and a receipt printer. The PV200 is available in three pedestal sizes, including sizes that meet Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
“The PV200’s ‘future-proof’ functionality offers our customers flexibility for their changing needs while maintaining the accountability that makes OPW’s suite of cardlock products the preferred choice for our customers,” says Bobby Hayes, domestic sales manager for OPW Fuel Management Systems.
The PV200 terminal anchors the PV Family’s PV Pro, PV Enterprise and PV Enterprise Plus packages, and it integrates with other products in OPW’s PV Family of Fuel Control Solutions. The PV200’s compatibility with OPW’s FSC3000 Fuel Site Controller offers comprehensive transaction authorization and tracking capabilities for proprietary house cards and many authorization and commercial fueling networks. Compatibility with OPW’s Phoenix Fuel Management Software enables users to fully leverage their fueling data through powerful data analytics and comprehensive reporting options, the company adds.
The PV200 features a thermostatically controlled heater and aluminum construction for reliable operation in harsh outdoor environments that sometimes challenge trucking, school transport, government, military, industrial and business operations. In addition, PV200 components can be quickly and easily removed for simplified serviceability.
“The PV200 has been engineered with the future in mind. Commercial fleet-fueling operations now have a powerful, durable and easy-to-service fuel control solution that can adapt to their sites’ needs,” Hayes says.