REMOTE FILL STATION - REMOTE FILL PANEL and STATION
   
Remote Fill Station is a lockable, weatherproof, dual-door enclosure. It is designed for curb-side filling of above-ground fuel oil storage tanks via hose connection from a delivery truck.

The left-side Electrical Compartment (shown below) houses control components, such as, alarms, and switches. The dual-compartment design allows the electrical components to be totally isolated from the fueling area.

The Fueling Compartment (shown below) is located behind the right door. It features a 2" or 3" Camlok connector, a check valve and a manual shut-off valve. This compartment is designed with a 7-1/2 gallon containment sump with a drain connection.

When the tank being filled reaches a 90% set point, a warning light comes on and an alarm horn sounds. If filling continues, a second light comes on at 95% capacity and an alarm horn again sounds. At this time, an optional solenoid valve will close allowing no more fuel to enter the tank. A silence switch and remote contact outputs are standard.

Optional features include:

  • Solenoid Valve,
  • Flush Mounting Adapter,
  • Post Mounting Kit,
  • Lockable Drain Valve,
  • Dry Break Disconnect Adapter,
  • Analog Level Gauge (tanks up to 48" deep),
  • Digital Level Gauge (tanks up to 80" deep),

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REMOTE FUEL FILL PANEL


A NEMA 3R enclosure, remotely mounted, used to monitor fuel fill activities. At 90% fuel fill, alarm horn activates and light illuminates (alarm horn and silence switch included), 95% alarm horn activates, light illuminates, and an optional N/O solenoid valve (opt #361) closes allowing no more fuel to enter tank.

REMOTE FUEL FILL STATION
A lockable, weatherproof, dual-door enclosure designed to accomodate delivery truck curb-side filling of storage tank via hose connection. Inside are two compartments. The right side has a 2" Camlok (tm) connector, a check valve, a manual shut-off valve, and a 7-1/2 containment sump. The left (isolated) side has the electrical components required to monitor fuel activities and report abnormal conditions. When the tank being filled reaches a 90% set point, a warning light comes on and an alarm horn sounds. If filling continues, a second light comes on at 95% capacity and an alarm horn again sounds. At this time, an optional solenoid valve(opt 361) will close allowing no more fuel to enter the tank. A silence switch and remote contact outputs are standard.



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