P.K. McGuane makes a "splash" using press connections

P.K. McGuane makes a "splash" using press connections

Brian was tasked with creating a plumbing system that would transport ethanol and methanol in and out of four, 23,000-gallon rail cars. Used as storage vessels, the rail cars are loaded by tanker trucks. When a tanker truck comes in, it connects to a pump, at which point Splash is able to select what rail car should be offloaded through the use of an electronic panel inside the facility that operates which valves open and close.

P.K. McGuane installed Viega MegaPress fittings on the Splash project.

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