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CleanFUEL USA says it is now offering a new propane autogas dispensing product aimed at fleet usage: the Gasboy Autogas Dispenser.

The Gasboy Autogas Dispenser starts as a shell - the same structure as that of a Gasboy diesel or gasoline dispenser - that CleanFUEL USA then customizes for propane dispensing. The G90 galvanized-steel unit with lockable, removable panels comes standard with Gilbarco two-wire communications and a back-lighted electronic display that shows the PPU, volume pumped and total sale. The dispenser, which features a side-mounted GG20 autogas nozzle from Gasguard, offers a flow rate range from two to 40 gallons per minute.

Optional equipment on the Gasboy includes Kooline stainless-steel panels and sheathing, an extended hose (up to 18 feet), a tripod safety-mount system and custom vinyl wrapping. An extended warranty is also available.

CleanFUEL USA, which is in the midst of celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, has placed more than 3,000 dispensers into service in 14 countries. The company is headquartered in Georgetown, Texas, and has a facility in Wixom, Mich.

For more information on the Gasboy Autogas Dispenser, contact Crystelle Markley at (512) 864-0300 or click HERE.

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