Perko’s New Emission System Training Facility

Friday, January 14, 2011

Perko announced the opening of a new Diurnal Emission System Design Training Facility. It's part of Perko's 450,000 sq ft manufacturing plant, located just 30 minutes from the Miami Beach Convention Center. The company will provide transportation to and from the show for customers that would like to visit the facility. The +1,000 sq ft display room is equipped with audio visual aids to set up seminars with up to 25 attendees.  The space is available to all Perko fuel system customers and prospects for education and training or just to walk through, view options and handle products.  The Diurnal Emission System Design Training Facility contains actual examples of nearly a dozen different tank/canister/fuel system configurations, samples of fuel fills, P-traps, vents, ullage tanks, canisters, vapor/fuel separators and fuel system valves.

www.perko.com


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