Delta Airlines receives ten hydrant dispenser trucks from BETA Fueling Systems

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25 November 2014

BETA Fueling Systems has received an order from Delta Airlines to supply ten 800-gal/min hydrant dispenser trucks for use at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA. BETA’s newest hydrant truck series, the HT-800 is designed to endure the rigours of the world’s busiest airport as well as extreme hot-to-cold climate swings experienced in Atlanta. The company began delivering the new order in November 2014. “Delta wanted a supplier who could leverage global experience to help them survive extreme conditions like winter 2013’s polar vortex,” said Jon DeLine, CEO of BETA. “BETA's equipment proved to be fully reliable for Delta in last year’s sub-zero conditions, which was one of the driving factors to give us this new order,” said DeLine. BETA has developed a unique skill set serving global customers in extreme climates around the world for over 40 years. “There are many variables to consider when designing equipment for global fueling operations,” said John Ingold, BETA’s Engineering Manager. “We consider everything from aircraft types to user safety, and ergonomics to climates. Our mission is to thoroughly cover every operational scenario to ensure fuel gets safely into the aircraft and flights to depart on time.”

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