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Two New White Papers Focusing on Fueling Stations and Fleet Maintenance Facilities as Part of the Alternative Fuel Market Recently Released

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MSA
1000 Cranberry Woods Drive
Cranberry Twp, PA, 16066
USA



Press release date: August 8, 2014

Pittsburgh, Pa. – MSA announces the release of two new white papers detailing applications and solutions offered by MSA in the emerging alternative fuel market.

Both public and private fleet vehicles continue to migrate towards the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Included in this rapidly growing trend is the need for specialized fueling stations that are required to power these vehicles. In addition, Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) that transport such fuels must be maintained and serviced.

To meet safety and building code monitoring requirements, use of gas and flame detection products in these fueling stations is necessary. These protections are not only vital in protecting lives and property and helping to reduce costly false alarms, but are fundamental in helping to achieve energy independence in this country.

To view these white papers: Liquefied Natural Gas Fueling Stations (0700-38-MC) and Natural Gas Fleet Maintenance Facilities (#0700-37-MC), visit www.msasafety.com.  
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