Gas station owners should never ignore the possibility of fuel contamination at their gas station. The fuel dispenser filters, assuch, form a crucial part of a fuel quality assurance program at a retail gas station.
While these fueling system components are built to collect debris and other contaminants from the system, they also provide benefits beyond filtration that operators may not be aware of. Continue reading
The revised fact sheet is located near the top of the website under the “News & Updates” and “Additional Resources” section.
A number of the questions / answers on the fact sheet were revised.
Please note: For Question 5, “What is the deadline to upgrade my Stage I Pre-EVR system to a Stage I EVR System?”, the answer to this question has been revised as follows:
5. What is the deadline to upgrade my Stage I Pre-EVR system to a Stage I EVR system?
GDFs that are exempt from installing Stage I EVR until the tanks are replaced ➔ GDFs with existing gasoline tanks with “coaxial” Stage I systems are not required to upgrade to a Stage I EVR system until the existing gasoline tanks are removed and replaced with new gasoline tanks.
GDFs that must install Stage I EVR at installation ➔ GDFs that install new gasoline tanks or a new Stage I system after January 2, 2015 must install a Stage I EVR system.
GDFs that must upgrade to Stage I EVR by January 2, 2022 ➔ GDFs with existing gasoline tanks with “dual-point” Stage I, and pre-EVR “screw-on” spill and vapor buckets,must install a Stage I EVR system by January 2, 2022.
GDFs that are not required to upgrade to Stage I EVR until after January 2, 2022 ➔ GDFs with existing gasoline tanks with “dual-point” Stage I, and Pre-EVR “slip-on” spill and vapor buckets, are not required to upgrade to a Stage I EVR system until the “Slip-on” spill or vapor buckets must be repaired or replaced, at which time StageI EVR spill and vapor buckets must be installed.
If you have any questions regarding the revised Stage I EVR fact sheet or the Stage I Vapor Recovery program please contact Jeff Gifford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Let’s Be Frank podcasts are perfect to introduce newbies to the petroleum equipment industry; from the latest products, new technology, install and maintenance tips and tricks to brushing up on the latest industry trends.
In this episode Kali chats with the founder of UST Training, Ben Thomas, who has been helping UST operators stay in compliance since 1987 and training Class A/B and C UST operators for the last 17 years. Ben shares the perspective of how c-store operators interact with EVO™ Series Automatic Tank Gauges.
Are you providing your customer with the safest and best long term performance spill container?
Universal Valve69RT and71CD spill containers are equipped with a Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellow. Research shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene is far superior to Linear Polyethylene.
An Environmental stress test (ASTM method D-1693 for polyethylene plastics) shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene can hold up for thousands of hours with 0 failures as opposed to linear polyethylene’s only, hundreds of hours.
Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellows
Bolted bellows to ring and base – no band clamps to slip off.
Available with or without a drain
SP version easily retrofitted from a rain-tight lid to a water-tight lid (69RT)
Equipped standard with grounding screw. Important when using a fiberglass riser pipe!
Easily Hydro or vacuum testable to meet all new EPA testing regulations
April 16, 2019, EDITOR’S UPDATE: The graphic incorrectly states there are 10,700 gas station in the United States when there are about 168,000 and of them, about 126,658 are convenience stores that sell gas. We apologize for this gross error and thank Pedro De Jesus for bringing it to our attention.
If you are looking for the smooth flow of operations at your gas station then make sure the forecourt of the station receives the appropriate amount of maintenance.
OPWis proud to introduce the all-new OPW 14 Series family of diesel- and gasoline-dispensing nozzles, engineered to deliver a cleaner fueling experience. The new OPW 14 Series family of nozzles feature patented diesel-capture spout technology for diesel nozzles and, free-draining, true dripless-spout technology for conventional fueling nozzles.
The initial rollout of the 14 Series family is comprised of the following two nozzles: