HEALY 800 SERIES ORVR NOZZLES DISCONTINUED IN THE U.S. MARKET

FFS Healy 800 ORVR NozzleEffective July 3, 2019, Franklin Fueling Systems is discontinuing the sale of HEALY™ 800 Series Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery (ORVR) nozzles in the United States.

The HEALY™ 800 Series ORVR nozzle was designed and primarily sold in Texas to support the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s requirement for Stage II vapor recovery (VR) with ORVR capability. Texas has ended the requirement for Stage II Vapor Recovery, and the deadline for replacing Stage II hanging hardware with conventional industry standard hanging hardware was August 8, 2018.

Please contact us at 1.800.451.4021 if you need assistance with transitioning to another vapor recovery nozzle option from the HEALY™ 800 Series ORVR Nozzle.

Additionally, Franklin Fueling Systems will be discontinuing the 800 Core Return Program at this time.

Click here to see the Franklin Fueling official bulletin.

 

The John W. Kennedy Company appreciates your business and continued support!

 

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From Tuthill Transfer Systems: Hurricane Florence Notification

Tuthill / Fill-Rite LogosThe following message has been reproduced from an email notification received from Tuthill at 10AM on 9/13/2018

“As residents and businesses throughout the Southeast prepare for the onslaught of Hurricane Florence, Tuthill Transfer Systems is focusing its attention on these customers. We have increased our manufacturing output and over the next 5 to 10 days we will prioritize service to those customers who are directly impacted by this storm. With this focus, we will be increasing our lead time on other order 2 to 4 days.
Our customer service team will work with channel partners on identifying and prioritizing existing and new orders to most efficiently serve this region. While we understand that this may inconvenience customers outside of the storm’s path, we believe without question that this is the most appropriate and necessary way to manage our service and dedication to customers.  
We appreciate your support and please join us in keeping the Southeast in our thoughts in coming days.”
– Tuthill Transfer Systems –

 

We also invite you to review our 2 hurricane preparation blog posts from earlier this year with tips on how to prepare your location to minimize storm damage such as shrink wrapping your pumps and dispensers so any pump top signage, hoses and nozzles remain securely in place with minimal (hopefully, NO)  water ingress to your equipment :

The John W. Kennedy Company prays for everyone’s safety and well being in the region as the storm passes through!

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