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Graco to Showcase the Latest in Fluid Control at NADA 2019

This new solution provides service operations with unprecedented accuracy and command to automate and regulate fluid dispenses for optimal accountability and profitability. Get a first-hand look in booth #6317W.

Graco Inc., a leading manufacturer of fluid handling equipment, will showcase its latest fluid control technology along with related products at the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Conference & Expo, taking place Jan. 25-27, 2019 in San Francisco, CA. This new solution provides service operations with unprecedented accuracy and command to automate and regulate fluid dispenses for optimal accountability and profitability. Get a first-hand look in booth #6317W.

“Graco’s new fluid control solution is joining the Pulse™ family and built upon the Fluid Commander legacy. This solution has taken fluid control from an old, clunky box hidden underneath counters in the back office, and put the control into the hands of technicians, parts managers and shop owners,” said Joshua Holmstadt, Graco’s lubrication equipment division global product marketing manager. “We are excited to showcase a comprehensive, easy-to-use and install, wireless fluid control system at this show.”

Graco will also showcase Pulse Pro, the latest fluid management technology, released July 2018. Additionally, Graco will showcase lubrication dispense equipment suitable for use with fluid management and fluid control systems, including new smart preset dispense meters, legendary Fire-Ball series pumps, hose and cord reels, and fluid reclaim units. Together with the latest innovations, these products comprise a complete dispense system that ensures precise, reliable dispensing and reduced costs in vehicle services applications.

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