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"Two More JohnDow Industries' Gas Caddies Earn UL Listing" (Jan 2012)

Barberton, Ohio - JohnDow Industries recently announced that two more products in its Fuel Chief gas caddy line have achieved UL Listing status.  With the addition of the FC-P30-UL and the FC-P30A-UL units, JDI continues to be the only manufacturer with UL Listings for gas caddies making these units the "industry standard".

The UL certification comes from the Underwriter's Laboratories-National Safety Testing Agency for the U.S. acting as a partner with manufacturers to provide safe products to consumers through testing, certification and follow-up audits.

Fuel Chief's two 30-gallon caddies have been re-designed with the professional technician in mind.  They are UL listed professional units for the portable fuel storage and handling of gasoline, kerosene, and diesel fuels.  The FC-P30 includes a manual pump while the FC-P30A uses an air operated pump to siphon fuel to and from the vehicle being serviced.  Features for both units include:

-  cart style design for easy portability and use  -  new molded front plastic panel cover  -  re-designed front enclosure for improved stability and utility  -  upgraded rear wheels with manual brake mechanism  -  4-way control valve to select the flow  -  new UL Listed hoses and couplings  -  vacuum breaker to prevent back siphoning.

Under OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.106, approved equipment must be tested, certified, and listed by a National Testing Laboratory.  This regulation makes it "the employer's responsibility to protect its employees from workplace hazards by providing appropriate methods of hazard control".  The FC-P30-UL and the FC-P30A-UL more than satisfy this regulation.

JDI, under the Fuel Chief brand, is the largest manufacturer of Portable Fuel Storage & Handling products in North America with models for professional, fuel system related service work, and poly models with different capabilities for basic fuel storage needs.

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