Liquid Controls Wins 2019 iF Design Award For New LCR.iQ™
March 21, 2019
Liquid Controls’ new LCR.iQ™ electronic register and data controller has won the prestigious 2019 iF Design Award from iF International Forum Design, formally receiving the award on March 15 at the iF Design Award Night in Munich, Germany.
The judges acknowledged the LCR.iQ™ for its user-friendly design and demonstrated intelligent features in the Discipline of Product, Industry & Tools category. A jury of 67 global industrial design and UX experts with over 6,400 entrants from 50 countries judged entries in the annual industrial design competition.
“The LCR.iQ being recognized by the iF International Forum validates the extensive effort invested into making this product exceptionally intuitive for fuelers in the field,” said Dan Clevenger, Market Manager at Liquid Controls. “It is our goal that the end-users of this new platform are the ones to benefit from the productivity and efficiency for years to come.”
The LCR.iQ® is a micro-processor-based controller certified by weights and measures authorities for legal custody transfer of valuable fuels and gases in industries like aviation, refined fuels, and liquefied petroleum gases. The LCR.iQ was built from the ground up by the Liquid Controls’ R&D team, closely collaborating with customers and industry professionals focused on ease of use, process configurability, and data security.
“Through a deep understanding of our end-users, their work environments, and the operational challenges they face, we will continue to improve our customers’ lives and businesses,” said Sheena Cline, General Manager – Liquid Controls.
The LCR.iQ was officially launched on January 2, 2019 for the aviation, refined fuels, and LPG markets. It is available now through authorized LC distributors and OEM truck integrators in those markets.
Based in Lake Bluff, Illinois, Liquid Controls (LC), a unit of IDEX Corporation, is the global market leader in precision measuring systems providing highly engineered and differentiated products used in custody transfer of highly valuable refined fuels and liquids. From its start in 1956, Liquid Controls has been dedicated to providing high quality flow meters and accessories for accurate liquid measurement in custody transfer applications. Beginning with the original military aircraft high flow fueling requirements in 1956, LC now leads in metering a wide variety of applications and markets including refined fuels, LPG, and other valuable fluids markets.
(Pictured on Left: Dan Clevenger, Market Manager at Liquid Controls)