Wall Mount Fuel Dispensers

A range of wall-mounted fuel dispensers suitable for farms, small vehicle fleets and any application where controlled fuel delivery is required.

These fuel dispensers kits include a flow meter to record usage as well as a manual or automatic delivery nozzle to accurately dispense your fuel. Models are available for Petrol, Biodiesel and with management features.

Wall mounted fuel dispenser for diesel only, ideal for own consumption and dispensing applications.

This unit allows the user to easily and accurately dispense diesel and monitor exactly how much they are dispensing on the built in flow meter.

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Fuel Dispenser Pumps

The fuel dispenser pumps were designed for high performance and durability, employing advanced technology and practical features which make the difference in handling and control of the fueling process.

Its high hose design looks great at any service station.

Both versatile and compact, it is a welcome addition to your business. The models with 6 and 8 nozzles increase customer options at each island and simultaneous servicing of up to 4 vehicles reduces fueling time.

Another fuel dispenser pump advantage is its electronics. By using state-of-the-art technology, this fuel pump is already upgraded for current uses and is ready for future demands. It also is supplied ready for integration with an automation system.

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The working principle of flow meter of fuel dispenser

When high pressure fuel dispenser is distributed by the ditributing valve, via fuel pipes, it respectively enters into cavities A and B.Cavities C and D are connected to the outlet of the flow meter via fuel pipes and the distributing valve. Under the effect of high pressure fuel, piston set AC moves from end A to end C, while piston set BD moves from end B to end D. In the mean time, the two piston sets jointly push the crank to rotate clockwise, and the distributing valve rotates clockwise as well.

When the flow meter moves to the position shown in Figure 6.2.3, the distributing valve closes all the inlet and outlet fuel dispenser circuits of piston set AC, so piston set AC is at the dead position. Then, piston set BD continues to move from end B to end D, and pushes the crank to continue to rotate.Pushed by piston set BD, the distributing valve reopens the inlet and outlet fuel dispenser circuits of piston set AC, it is just that the inlet and outlet fuel dispenser circuits are switched, which enables piston set AC to cross the dead position, its moving direction is changed to moving from end C to end A, i.e. piston set AC realizes direction switching.

And so forth, under the effect of high pressure fuel dispenser, and controlled by the distributing valve, the flow meter works in a coordinated way. This is the whole working principle of the flow meter.

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How does a gas station equipment work?

When a consumer drives up to a gas station equipment, he sees only a few of the many complex parts within the pump. To start pumping fuel, the driver swipes his credit card. Once approved, the gas pump prompts for the driver to select the kind of fuel desired. Then, pumping begins. Once the pumping is complete, the pump pops out a receipt and gets ready for the next driver. However, this process is the only part that the consumer sees.

Almost all retail gasoline tanks are underground. To pull gasoline up from the tank, one of two kinds of pumps are used: submersible or suction. A submersible pump sits in the gasoline and uses an impeller to push the gasoline up. A suction pump uses pressure to suck gasoline up.

Further up the pipe from the tank is a check valve. The check valve is what opens and closes to regulate gas flow. When the check valve is closed, the gas is held in the pipe under pressure. When the pump signals for gasoline, the check valve opens, allowing the fuel to flow.

As the gas flows up, towards the consumer’s vehicle, it goes through a flow control valve. This valve regulates how fast the fuel is flowing. A flow control valve regulates fuel by using a diaphragm that opens wider for faster flow and contracts for slower flow. If a driver prepays for a specific amount of gas, the flow control valve will slow down as that limit approaches.

Past the flow control valve is the flow meter. This meter measures the amount of gasoline that flows into the consumer’s vehicle. This process is how the fuel retailer measures how much gasoline a consumer takes and thus knows how much to charge that person.

The blend valve is next. Most gas station equipment have only two tanks on site (diesel is not part of this equation). Yet, these gas station equipment offer three or more kinds of gasoline for consumers. One tank holds the highest octane gasoline while the other tanks hold a lower octane gas. By blending these two kinds of gasoline, it is possible to create multiple octane levels, from just two tanks.

The pump nozzle is how the consumer controls the gas flow. When a consumer grasps the nozzle’s handle, the gas starts flowing. If the consumer lets go, the pumping stops.

To make sure the gasoline does not overflow the tank, there is an automatic shut-off built into the nozzle. Alongside the nozzle, there is a small pipe called a venturi. When the venturi submerges into gasoline, it stops air pressure going into the nozzle, which triggers the automatic shut-off.

At the center of all the mechanical pieces to a fuel pump is the computer. The computer does several things on the modern station pump, such as taking the consumer’s payment and letting them indicate which fuel they want. The computer then opens up the proper valves and tells the consumer it is ready for pumping. This computer also signals the flow control valve to shut-off when the transaction is complete.

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Radio frequency identification chip

The car of the customer is equipped with a radio frequency identification chip behind the windshield, processed in a sticker containing all the details of the car. The database of the gas station dispenser contains all information required: what fuel does this car use, where is the fuel cap located, what is the correct position of the fuel nozzle during refueling, what is the fuel capacity of a reservoir? Etc. The information of every brand and every type is obtained through a special module from the so-called learning station.

Instruction display

When the car approaches the gas station dispenser, an instruction display, comparable to the one you’ll find at a car wash, will indicate where you should park your car and what the driver should do. Once the car is at the right spot, the sliding wall that safely hides the robot, is lifted. The car is identified telling the robot exactly where to find the fuel cap.

Operation of the robot system

One of the three ‘hands’ of the robot arm, with a rubber suction cup for a finger, smoothly opens the fuel valve. Then, the position of the robot arm changes, and a second ‘hand’ unscrews the cap. Subsequently, the third ‘hand’ grabs the fuel nozzle, inserts it in the fuel slot and fills the reservoir. Afterwards, the fuel nozzle is put back in its position, the robot screws the cap back on and shuts the fuel valve. The robot retreats to behind the sliding wall, and the instruction display indicates that the car is ready to depart. The driver checks out without having to exit the car.

User safety

Prior to ever action, the robot verifies the position of the car, since it may have moved, for instance as a result of a faulty handbrake. If this is the case, the robot will shutdown. This will also happen when the sensor detects movement nearby, for instance of children playing. The robot will then retreat to behind the sliding wall. The customer can also shutdown the refueling process by pressing the red button.

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The most cost effective solution for larger users with a higher consumption rate of LPG tank is a bulk tank installation. Tanks of various sizes are available and can be made compatible depending on various requirements. The appropriate size will depend on factors such as total estimated gas consumption at peak demand, physical constraints imposed by the site, access to installation and required frequency of delivery.

For your peace of mind, our technical specialists are at your disposal to advise you as to the best option. We manage the whole tank installation process from start to finish. These bulk installations are supplied on loan to our customers. We remain responsible for all related maintenance and safety procedures.

In order to safely and efficiently facilitate bulk delivery of LPG tank to Industrial users, we provide modern LPG tank Delivery Trucks, which is equipped with pump and meter.

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Oil Dispenser Pump for Gallon

Oil dispenser pump is durable, dripfree & reusable. Oil dispenser pump is designed
especially for oil bottles with no after drip to eliminate messy spills & grease.

Apply easily to salads, cooking or baking with long reach head. Each stroke delivers exact
amount of 1.5 teaspoon =7.5 ml. Fits most 1 gallon or 96 oz. bottles with 38mm closure or 5″
cap size circumference.This oil dispenser pump is compatible with many known brands. Head
turns inward for compact storage.

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Automatic Fuel Systems for Monitoring

Save Time and Money by Installing an ATG System

When it comes to managing and monitoring your onsite fuel tank levels and fuel usage, automatic fuel systems, or ATG’s are an excellent investment. With all-in-one packages that include tank monitors, sensors, cables and a data portal with remotely accessible information, you’re good to go for maximizing tank-to-tank communication and inventory awareness. Automatic fuel systems are electronic devices attached to either an above or below ground tank that allows you to monitor fuel levels. The system automatically sends you and your fuel provider email messages when tanks reach customizable fuel levels, alerting you to when your fuel volume has reached optimal levels or is approaching a critical low. This not only helps insure that you never run out of fuel but also allows you to take advantage of daily changes in the cost of fuel. ATG systems typically use cellular monitors requiring little or no maintenance, so imagine having access to fuel levels on your computer or mobile phone without manually dipping the tank or having to read a fuel gauge.

Around the Clock Inventory Status

ATG fuel systems give you a window into your tank 24/7, 365 days a year, putting important data right at your fingertips. Access reports quickly, which supports you in the monitoring of fuel levels and usage while alerts and notifications allow you to replenish inventory with ease. Automatic fuel systems also allow you to reduce the cost of tank servicing, keeping you operational with less costly downtime and a rapid ROI. Eliminate the stress of running out of inventory and maximize your deliveries, no longer paying for small batch, one-off orders. Your fleet will save both time and money with the installation of an ATG for fuel by monitoring remotely your fuel usage and needs, allowing you to deliver more product with less frequency. You will receive email or mobile phone notifications when tank levels and batteries register as low and when it’s time for your tank to be filled.

How an Automatic Fuel Tank Gauge Functions

ATG’s function by utilizing a pressure monitoring sensor that measures the overall fluid levels within a tank. Probes are equipped with electrical resistors called thermistors that are used for measuring and controlling the tank’s internal temperature. ATG systems periodically (usually three times a day) test tank levels and transmit the data in both wired and wireless models to a central console. This data is then available on web-based portals providing information, details, and trends on individual tank levels, average daily usage, maximum daily usage, and the amount of fuel that could be added to your tanks at any given point.

The Benefits of Investing in an ATG

As ATG technology continues to evolve, we remain steadfast in ATG software solutions to help maximize Just-In-Time deliveries and inventory transparency with our customers. Having an ATG solution that focuses specifically on your fuel inventory requirements will provide you with the peace of mind you need to stay focused on your customers and operations. Whether your tanks are above ground or below, we can support you in customizing a tank monitoring solution to fit your fuel needs. With the analytics provided by our ATG systems you will have a clear picture of your current and future fuel needs to better forecast for future efficiency and profitability.

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The most important equipment in gas station is storage tank ,good quanlity and more safety techology will keep the station running stable and safety ,so how to choose the tank and how many type stroage tank for gas station ,now we can give a simple instruction about this .now we only talking about Double wall underground tank.cause single wall usually not safe.

1. Double wall underground tank we can divide to three classic : SF , FF and SS

A: SF Double wall underground tank

SF Double ‒ wall Tank is a truly innovative product; it has a double ‒ wall structure consisting of a primary steel tank and a secondary FRP tank, and it is equipped with sensor for monitoring leakage. The seamless secondary FRP tank is manufactured using our advanced spray-up technology.

B: FF Double wall underground tank

FF double tank, the inner and outer layers are made of FRP . The tank has a uniform sandwich space and equipped with a leak detector which is connected with the sandwich space. Such tanks have excellent corrosion resistance, light weight, easy installation, Long-term use of economic benefits.

Features: Never rust, reinforced ribs, thick wall structure, the highest strength, the sandwich can be positive pressure leak detection, dry or wet leak detection system, no cathodic protection, no high voltage pinhole detection, It can be easy repaired , tank light, easy construction.

C: SS Double wall underground tank

SS double Wall underground tank, Composed of steel inner tank and tempered glass fiber (or polyester material (PE) outside the tank, also known as jacket tank, tank has a uniform sandwich space and equipped with leak detector In sandwich space , The biggest breakthrough of this type tank is can prevent the leakage of dangerous materials, Avoid environmental pollution, prevent accidents caused by dangerous materials , current market widely used.

Features: easy to rust, thick wall structure lead to Strong pressure resistance , sandwich can be positive pressure leak detection, dry leak detection, steel material to be cathodic protection, can not be high voltage pinhole detection, difficult to repair, Construction difficult, low prices.

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Commercial Fuel Dispensers

The fuel dispensers serve for dispensing of liquid oil products into road vehicles on retail
and commercial outlets. We are speaking about progressive one- or double-sided fuel
dispensers with one to eight hoses (max. four hoses on each fuel dispenser side) for
dispensing of optional 1 to 4 products.

The fuel dispensers are equipped by the high-quality Japan hydraulic system and by the
reliable electronic calculator. All fuel dispensers of the type are operated both in the
manual mode (i.e. off-line), and in the automatic mode, where the fuel dispenser is linked
with the kiosk control system and the data concerning volume, sum and price are transmitted
to POS.

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