Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) announced the launch of its new technologically-advanced dispenser for hydrogen and its first-ever four-nozzle Wayne Helix™ CNG fuel dispenser in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) region.
“The DFS Hydrogen and Helix CNG dispensers supplement DFS’s established clean energy portfolio, which also includes the LIQAL LNG dispenser and Tokheim Quantium™ LPG dispensers. The expansion into hydrogen and CNG technology further demonstrates DFS’s strategic intent to offer leading products and solutions in the clean energy sector to power the next era of mobility and heavy-duty transportation,” said Soren Powell-Holse, Director of Product Marketing, DFS EMEA.
The DFS hydrogen dispenser uses both DFS and LIQAL technology and has multiple configuration possibilities and options, allowing it to meet specific requirements for a broad range of applications, from heavy-duty vehicle refueling to fuel retailing. Leveraging decades of hydraulic innovation to make the refueling process safe and dependable, the DFS hydrogen dispenser is designed for reliable performance with a low total cost of ownership. It is a modern and modular dispenser, which provides simultaneous filling from two nozzles in any combination of H35 and H70 dispensing pressures for optimal and continuous hydrogen dispensing. This model also benefits from IoT technology for remote monitoring and is built ready to connect to DFS’s advanced ecosystem, which includes solutions for billing, customer loyalty schemes and payment.
The new four-nozzle, double-sided Wayne Helix™ 6000 II CNG fuel dispenser builds upon DFS’s advanced dispenser technology and features an enhanced user interface. This product showcases DFS’s ongoing commitment to support the global fuel retail industry by providing high-quality clean energy options. With the ability for both traditional passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles to use this fuel dispenser simultaneously, the four-nozzle Helix CNG fuel dispenser facilitates flexible refueling from a single CNG island at busy forecourts. This new dispenser configuration also accommodates the increasing demand for fuel stations to diversify their clean energy offering in Europe.