Tank Terminal Automation System

Tank Terminal Automation Systems find applications primarily in Trucks /Wagon fuel loading. Fuels include Motor Spirit (MS), Diesel, Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF), Naphtha, Superior Kerosene Oil (SKO), Furnace Oil, (Diesel High Pour Point) DHPP, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Chemicals.

The Flowmeters used are generally PD Meters or Coriolis Mass Flowmeters. The Batch Controllers supplied conform to OIML R117 capable of simultaneous Additive Injection and Ethanol Blending with Ratio Control and Our AMC includes hassle-free service at all times leading to enhanced performance and higher productivity.

Tank Farm Management with Primary Secondary Radar gauges and overspill relay are SIL2, approved withsoftware integrated to TAS.

Security Surveillance

We deliver solutions for security surveillance, CCTV, Access Control systems for public utilities, oil depots and terminals.

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Global solution for tank terminal automation

We contain all organizational components which occur in a tank terminal automation. This starts with inventory accounting and the administration of the tax book and ends with the automated loading process. All technical systems which are necessary and implemented for the administration and surveillance in the tank terminal automation can be connected to us and it also visualizes the loading process on screen.

Detailed visualization

An embedded visualization provides all staff members an overview of the most important plant components. The user can obtain detailed information regarding the linked-up measurement technology as well as the sequence of processes at the loading platforms. All essential functions required for the maintenance of the loading operation may be retrieved by an integrated form. The user does not have to switch between different forms.

Authorized inventory management

The inventory management fulfills all requirements for a proper accounting. It has already been audited and approved by both customs and financial authorities of several countries. An easy handling and an intensive linkage of technical installations will allow the user to avoid manual entries and therefore reduce sources of error. Corrections can be conducted very easily. The web interface allows partners and customers to retrieve and update further information.

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Automatic Tank Gauging System

Fuel is one of the biggest expenditures in any operation, and it is used in almost every operation around the globe, from powering emergency generators to fueling large earth moving equipment. We have recognised the importance of fuel, and we have therefore made it our goal to offer an Automatic Tank Gauging System specially designed to measure the fuel in your fuel storage tanks. Our fuel monitoring system includes suitable level sensors, selected for each individual application. Our fuel level sensors come with IEC approval as well as Explosion proof housings to ensure longevity and low maintenance costs while installed in your fuel storage tanks.

The level sensors though, are just one piece of the puzzle, we also have a local monitor cabinet, equipped with IEC approved, SunBrite displays to ensure easy visibility and readability even in harsh sunlight. This is where most other Automatic Tank Gauging Systems would stop, but we have included one of the most useful features you could want in a Fuel Monitoring System, remote access. This remote access works using the GSM/GPRS signal at the display cabinet, and transmits the tank levels to a server where real-time data, including, usage rates, tank levels, estimated time until empty and archived history are all accessible from a secure intranet/internet connection.

Our Automatic Tank Gauging System and Fuel Monitoring Systems have already been deployed throughout various sites in Australia and we hope these sytems will only become increasingly popular as they become better celebrated due to the enormous benefits they bring, the fantastic quality, and awesome reliability.

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