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Fuel Storage

Enterprises like logistics, construction, petroleum industry etc. realise the need of efficient fuel storage and transfer system. It is impossible for them to function without an effective and reliable storage system. The choosing of a storage and monitoring system is a matter of great importance, as any disruption or a defect can lead to huge losses. The growing need for automated setups has further aggravated the need for sophisticated fuel storage and monitoring system. With organisations becoming bigger and complicated, a robust and maintenance free setup is the need of time. Anyone would prefer a setup that provides a surplus of information regarding the stored fuel with relatively less maintenance, which will automatically translates to operational cost savings for an organisation. Not only that, continuous monitoring gives information that leads to higher safety standards.

Depending upon the requirement one can install self bunded fuel tanks of various dimensions and features. But it is not just the size and capacity of the tank that matters in a tank. There are many more aspects the fuel tank should have.Is your fuel tank easily transportable? Can it provide the required safety? Can it prevent theft of fuel? Does it come with a pump and advanced features like flowmeter? Is it environment friendly? Has it got storage space for tools and other accessories?Have you ever thought about all these aspects? Has your fuel storage tank got all this sophistication required in the modern day industry? If not, then why not invest in such a system which will increase the overall operational efficiency of your enterprise!

Monitoring Systems

Any storage equipment, especially when it stores liquids like fuels such as Petrol, Diesel, Chemicals and other combustible substances must be monitored regularly with real time data. The tank level gauge systems must give precise readings, and data exchange should be fast and as accurate as possible. A very important aspect is that it should be easy to use.Suppose, your enterprise has multiple power generators or vehicles dependent for fuel on a certain fuel depot, which has to supply them with fuel continuously. Now imagine, an automated fuel gauge system that is not only precise, but is also analysing and controlling the fuel levels by processing data.

The data is then sent to you over communication channel in your favourite format, which you can easily analyse sitting at your desk. This requires state of the art monitoring system which is not connected just to the local facility but is also connected globally through a communication network. Imagine a situation in which the fuel tank monitoring system gave wrong information about the fuel level. It can lead to shutting down of operations or result in a huge tragedy!Who wouldn’t want such a high precision gauge which avoids human errors and manual work?