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Semler Industries unveils diesel exhaust fluid storage system

Posted on April 3, 2014

Semler Industries introduced a Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) modular mini-bulk above-ground storage system for use at fleets, commercial locations and retail facilities.

The Mini-Bulk is the first of its kind to meet the space restrictions of a standard fuel island and has the smallest footprint of any equal-volume system on the market, according to the supplier.

The unit’s unique modular design offers in-field expansion from 500 to 2,000 gallons to meet increasing DEF demand. The system can be integrated with any commercial, fleet or retail dispenser currently available, and the clean, elegant design offers ideal advertising space.  

Semler’s Mini-Bulk is designed to ensure product integrity and can be installed in a variety of extreme climate conditions, company officials said.

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