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1 Kraft Fuels LPG Products & Services Your Logo Here Franz Keiling An Overview about LPG Dispensers and Technology Franz Keiling An Overview about LPG Dispensers and Technology
2 Overview Dispensers are attractive in appearance, designed for your front lot Backlit display & product identification Comprehensive, advanced diagnostics for quick troubleshooting and easy maintenance Remote access for price change, shift and daily totals Interface with many POS/ Access systems
3 Overview Propane System Schematic
4 Applications High Hose and Low Hose cabinet to match station appearance Single and Dual Hose dispenser units Custom Software to meet your requirements High flow meter is available as an option
5 Cabinet Layout Dispenser High Hose Cabinet
6 Cabinet Layout Dispenser Low Hose Cabinet
7 Specifications Flow rate: 5 to 50 litres per minute Integrated Excess Flow protection against hose rupture Gasguard nozzle standard Piping: 3/4” supply and vapour return Power requirements: 110 VAC, 4 Amps per hose (220 VAC models available) Electronic register with dual channel pulser and ATC
9 Management Efficiency Monitor gross, net and shift totals Remote access for price changes, reading shift and daily totals Propane, CNG and gasoline dispensers integrate through same pump controller Power failure protection assured by non- volatile memory Battery back-up for display
10 Precision Engineering 1 Components engineered for accuracy, durability, and safety Dual solenoids for accurate delivery All piping, wiring, and fittings certified to demanding UL and CSA standards Unique design vapour eliminator Easy access particle filter
11 Precision Engineering 2 Electronic Meter Calibration (EMC) in steps of 0.02%, overall accuracy of ±0.25% Hermetically sealed pulser has direct drive to eliminate wear and slippage Automatic Temperature Compensation (ATC) accurate to ±0.25°C (±0.5°F) from -40°C/F and up to +50°C (+122°F) 12 bit ADC converter with up to 16 times the accuracy of competing 8 bit systems
12 Advanced Remote Diagnostics Micro Computer healthy monitor Power supply check Pump motor control check Solenoid control check Pulser condition monitor Temperature sensor validity check Hardware diagnostic mode
14 Propane Handling Components 1 Meter: High accuracy to 0.25% from 1 to 60 litres (16 gallons) per minute with standard meter. Magnetic coupling for pulser drive eliminates shaft seals, a major cause of product leakage common with competitive meters. High quality and precision components: use of stainless steel components with roller bearing running surfaces provides consistent accuracy and reliability. All meters are factory calibrated before installation in dispensers. They are then calibrated again as completed dispensers.
15 Propane Handling Components 2 Pressure Differential Valve: Built ‑ in excess flow valve, cannot be accidentally or improperly adjusted and ensures protection in case of hose failure. Internal shut ‑ off valve to prevent flow below 15 psi pump differential pressure. Integral dispenser "blow down" service control valve for the depressurization of the entire dispenser. Integral hydrostatic relief valve protects components.
16 Propane Handling Components 3 Piping System: All internal lines are high pressure seamless steel tubing (maximum working pressure 6000 psi). All fittings are listed by Underwriters' Laboratories and CSA for working pressure exceeding the maximum tubing pressure. All fittings incorporate reusable ferrules (the portion of the fitting which seals the fitting and the tubing) allowing the fitting to be reused after servicing.
17 Propane Handling Components 4 Dual Solenoid Valves: Every transaction starts in slow flow mode while the dispenser computer verifies that the temperature sensor and pulser system function properly. If correct operation is detected, the fast flow valve opens, allowing the transaction to continue. An error in the temperature or pulser system will shut down the transaction. A pulser not sending any pulses will prevent the fast flow solenoid valve from opening, thus alerting the operator to the problem. At the end of the transaction slow flow mode is used to accurately stop at pre-set amount.
18 Summary Key advantages of Kraft Fuels LPG dispensers: Packaging to assist your marketing position Easy integration with CNG & gasoline dispensers Computer electronics designed to maximize your productivity and the dispenser's performance Hydraulics designed for optimal flow rates to give you quality and performance that equals or exceeds modern gasoline dispensers Customer support includes warranty, service, and training