IPA expands fuel management product line with new Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) transfer system

Rebecca Hayward - 12 March 2015

Innovative Products of America (IPA) has announced the release of its new Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Transfer System which is designed to allow efficient transfer of DEF between containers and vehicles. IPA is an Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) company which has specialized in the development of tools and equipment since 1991 and is located in Woodstock, NY.

The IPA product offers a turnkey solution that includes a digital flow meter, manual transfer nozzle, 6-inch intake hose and 8-inch output hose with corrosion-resistant fittings. The system also features a tote-mounted design with integrated nozzle holster to enable easy transfer.

The DEF Transfer System joins the company's range of fuel management products and DEF equipment accessories.

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