With the Oil Container Drainer, shops can drain oil bottles before recycling them by placing bottles upside down on the Oil Container Drainer pegs.  -  Photo: JohnDow

With the Oil Container Drainer, shops can drain oil bottles before recycling them by placing bottles upside down on the Oil Container Drainer pegs.

Photo: JohnDow

JohnDow Industries Inc. introduced three new products at its AAPEX booth. The products included the Oil Container Drainer and the Static Grounding Reel under JDI’s Service Equipment division, and the TPMS Retrofit Sensors under JDI’s Dynamic division, according to JohnDow's news release.

With the Oil Container Drainer, shops can drain oil bottles before recycling them by placing bottles upside down on the Oil Container Drainer pegs. The heavy-duty, steel Oil Container Drainer connects to a drum to provide a way to drain and dispose of excess oil from bottles.

JDI’s compact Static Grounding Reel provides a solution with its low retraction, a ratchet-locking mechanism, and auto-release during wire over-stretching to always maintain safety. With three mounting options, the Static Grounding Reel works for refueling stations, fuel tanks, stationary and mobile fuel delivery trucks, maintenance/industrial industries, aviation refueling, and any hazardous areas with potentially dangerous static electricity. 

For vehicles and applications where Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) do not come standard, Dynamic developed Retrofit Sensors, so users can receive real-time tire pressure and tire temperature when tires are under-inflated to avoid unsafe driving conditions. 

Dynamic’s new Retrofit Sensors are available in External (outside of the wheel) and Internal (inside of the wheel) sensor options. With the smartphone app, users can add as many sensors as needed up to 36 sensors, along with setting up app profiles for numerous vehicles/applications. Additionally, Dynamic’s BLE TPMS Repeater increases the overall distance up to 30 feet (10 meters) for longer trailers or when dealing with metal interference.

“During a time where there are numerous supply chain constraints, we are excited to have this opportunity to bring these new products to the market,” said Robert Christy, president of JDI. “We continue to be agile and grow the business in order to provide what our customers need.”