At this time, OPW Edge DW Spill Container is being shipped without the Visigauge assembly due to a shortage from their vendor.
The product is being produced with a temporary plug cap in its place to allow the factory and the installer to perform the interstitial test to verify the integrity of the containment.
We apologize for the inconvenience and OPW will send out a replacement Visigauge to distributors who purchased this product. It will include a Visigauge assembly and one replacement o-ring seal.
Once you have received the Visigauge, please follow these instructions to install it. (Click here to read OPW’s Edge PDF) Step 1: First, identify the temporary plug cap as the part with the hexagonal shaped head that is installed at the top of the round white gauge riser. Step 2: Please unthread the temporary plug cap from the round white gauge riser. Step 3:Next, install the replacement 0-ring onto the underside seat of the Visigauge as shown below. Step 4: Finally, thread on the Visigauge into the white gauge adapter. This should be tightened to a quarter turn past finger tight. Step 5:The Visigauge is now installed and the spill container can be vacuum tested to verify tightness.
NOTE:Spill Containers with this plug installed will be identified with the below label beside the OPW part# label on the outside of the box.
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When The Trade Show Must Go On…
OPW is Bringing the Trade Show Experience to YOU – Virtually!
Since all the Spring trade shows have been canceled, OPW decided to bring the trade show experience to you by way of our new OPW Virtual Trade Show.
Through a series of short but comprehensive videos filmed at the Exhibit Logistics studio, Ed Kammerer, OPW Director of Marketing and Global Product Strategy will walk you through one of OPW’s trade show booths and guide you, feature-by-feature, through new-product demonstrations. You’ll also have instant access to OPW’s library of animations and product literature that support these new products, just like you were at the show! Watch. Learn. Discover more about the latest and greatest product innovations from OPW, including:
And if you are one of the many that is in lock down looking to brush up on product knowledge, another great OPW online resource for binge-watching industry videos can be found at OPW University on YouTube. They cover a variety of topics across their wide line of product offerings and OPW is constantly adding to it.
And don’t forget, you can purchase many of OPW’s products online at johnwkennedyco.com. And if you can’t find it on our site, not to worry! Feel free to contact us by email or give us a call at 1.800.238.1225.
Are you providing your customer with the safest and best long term performance spill container?
Universal Valve69RT and71CD spill containers are equipped with a Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellow. Research shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene is far superior to Linear Polyethylene.
An Environmental stress test (ASTM method D-1693 for polyethylene plastics) shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene can hold up for thousands of hours with 0 failures as opposed to linear polyethylene’s only, hundreds of hours.
Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellows
Bolted bellows to ring and base – no band clamps to slip off.
Available with or without a drain
SP version easily retrofitted from a rain-tight lid to a water-tight lid (69RT)
Equipped standard with grounding screw. Important when using a fiberglass riser pipe!
Easily Hydro or vacuum testable to meet all new EPA testing regulations
Franklin Fueling Sets An Industry First With Weekly, Let’s Be Frank podcasts!
Hosted by Kali Kinziger, Let’s Be Frank podcasts are perfect to introduce newbies to the petroleum equipment industry; from the latest products, new technology, install and maintenance tips and tricks to brushing up on the latest industry trends.
In the premier episode Kali talks with Allan Busch, Franklin Fueling Systems Piping and Containment and Wire Management Systems Product Manager as to how Cable Tight™ is changing the game for electrical and data wire conduit and what people have to say about the electrofusion welding process.
In episode two, Kali sits down with Nicole Keppy, Franklin Fueling Systems Service Station Hardware Product Manager to chat about how spill containment and overfill prevention valves (OPV) work and what the new UST regulations mean for your existing equipment.
The John W. Kennedy Company appreciates your business and continued support!
It is a pretty well known fact that most of the Earth’s surface is covered by water so to say it permeates our existence is an understatement.
While this liquid is essential to our existence, it also wreaks havoc on many man-made systems it comes in contact with and in our world of petroleum, it would be classified as a super villain!
And while our industry has been reacting to the havoc water causes for more than a century to develop better ways to keep it out of refueling systems, water intrusion has INCREASED in refueling systems!
The following is an excerpt, written by Ed Kammerer that appeared in the September, 2018 edition of the Fuel Market News. Ed is the Director of Global Product Management for OPW, based in Cincinnati, OH, USA. He can be reached at email@example.com. OPW is leading the way in fueling solutions and innovations worldwide. OPW delivers product excellence and the most comprehensive line of fueling equipment and services to retail and commercial fueling operations around the globe. For more information on OPW, please go toOPWGlobal.com.
Below are some of the highlights pulled from Ed’s article.
Why the increase??
Here are some explanations:
Changes In Fuel Chemistry
Changes In The Fuel Distribution Infrastructure
OPW is Waging War on Water Intrusion
Composite Multiports with Watertight Lids and Covers
In our ongoing efforts to simplify finding and buying retail petroleum refueling equipment and replacement parts, nothing quite does it like image driven content to help guide your selections. If you are on a desktop or laptop, use your mouse to scroll around the image below to discover the links to many of OPW’s watertight and other line of products found in our online store. JWK Blog Editor’s Note: OPW is constantly adding products to their line and we are always adding and removing products from our web store. While the below image is tied to hundreds of OPW products in our webstore, we are still linking products to the various categories represented in the below graphic and have not linked any OPW Fuel Management Products as of this writing. Product offerings linked to this grpahic will continue to expand over time. Thank you.
If you have any further questions about water intrusion, OPW ‘s line of watertight products or would like to place an order, do not hesitate to contact us at 1.800.451.4021.
The John W. Kennedy Company appreciates your business and continued support!
OPW has announced their new FibreTite Multiport Spill Containment System, which is now CARB EVR approved. These containers are designed with a lightweight composite cover for long-term water tight performance and meet all CARB and EVR requirements, as well as being certified for use on all existing standard gasoline Phase 1 Vapor Recovery Certification Phase 1 EVR Executive Orders. Among the features included are an integrated inspection port system, a removable flange in the container base, and a composite lift cover and optional levered plumber seal covers for easy access.