Fleet Fueling Power and Control Systems From Power Integrity

Power Integrity Corporation

Power Integrity Fleet Fueling Control SystemPower Integrity Fleet Fueling Control SystemPower Integrity Corporation specializes in controls for fueling facilities

Established in 1980, Power Integrity Corporation began with the design and manufacturing of transient voltage surge suppression. Over time their products have evolved to include both standard products and custom engineered electrical power distribution systems. They provide petroleum and lighting controls, electrical distribution equipment, low voltage disconnects, surge protection, and emergency stop solutions so your site complies with all national and local codes. Each of these can be provided as stand-alone products or they can be integrated into a UL listed facility solution that saves you valuable wall and floor space, provides design consistency, and reduces on-site installation time. Their products and solutions allow you to operate your facility more efficiently and safely, protecting your people, your customers, and your investment.

Power Integrity provides:

  • 24/7 Support
  • Standardized Controls
  • Over 35 Years of Experience
  • UL Listed Systems
  • Multiple Site Design Coordination

 

The Fleet Fueling Power And Control System…

  • Is engineered to simplify the power distribution and controls required for a compliant fleet fueling system.
  • Provides an Emergency Stop system that disconnects the power and neutral conductors, and the data / low voltage wiring required per the NEC® and NFPA® codes.
  • Provides lockable switches so that a device can be properly isolated safely for servicing.
  • Is factory wired and fully tested.
  • Provides marked terminals for easy connection of Dispensers, Pumps, Card Reader, Fleet Fueling Controller, and Tank Monitor.
  • Is sized for the site requirements.Power Integrity Fleet Power System External FeaturesPower Integrity Fleet Power System Internal Features

Power Integrity Fleet Power System Typical ApplicationWhat does a Fleet Power Panel Replace?

    • Main Disconnect


Main Disconnect

    • Panelboard and Breakers

Breakers

    • Main Contactor for Emergency Stop

Main Contactor

    • Dispenser Hook Isolation

Red Jacket Control BoxFE Petro STP-DHI

  • Fixed Speed Pump Controls
    Fixed Speed Pump Controls
  • Low Voltage Disconnect
  • Lighting Contactors (Optional)

 

Site Specific Submittals

Power Integrity Site Specific Submittals

You can find and order
Power Integrity Corporationproducts on our site by clicking here.

Or give us a call at 1.800.238.1225.

 

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Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 10 Podcast: Vapor Recovery with Jeff Strey

Let's Be Frank with Kali Kinziger

Welcome to the latest episode of
Franklin Fueling’s
Let’s Be Frank
podcasts hosted by
Kali Kinziger.

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.

 


Let's Be Frank Episode 10: Jeff StreyIt’s time to talk vapor recovery! What is it?  How does it keep customers and the environment safe? Kali is joined by Jeff Strey, Product Manager of Dispensing Systems to answer these questions and clue everyone in on what Vapor Recovery systems will work best for specific applications. 

 

 

 

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Chip Card Storm Brews

Jeremie Myhren - chief information officer for Road Ranger in Rockford, Ill.The following article, written by Jeremie Myhren appeared May 9, 2019 on Convenience Store Decisions  has been reproduced. Jeremie has been managing IT in the convenience retail industry since 2000. He is the chief information officer for Road Ranger in Rockford, Ill.
Read Jeremie’s original article here.

 

As the October 2020 EMV liability shift at the pump draws near, the cost of not taking action grows clear.

No other industry has as many unattended outdoor payment terminals as we do in the convenience store and petroleum industry in the U.S. There isn’t even a close second.

This becomes increasingly relevant to the data security conversation as the payments technology and security landscape continues to evolve. Outdoor payment terminals are steadily increasing in value as a tool used by the criminal underworld.

The October 2015 inside Europay, Mastercard and Visa (EMV) liability shift in the U.S. moved a material percentage of retail payment card transactions from traditional magnetic stripe swipe to inserted, chip-card read. While attackers moved to exploit chip where they could, through techniques like swipe fallback, the retail shift to chip added cost, complexity and reduced feasibility for the criminal hacking groups and gangs who perpetrate most of the large-scale payment-card breaches.

That’s not to imply that inside EMV solves the payment card data security problem. In most cases, payment terminals are just as susceptible to a costly compromise as before EMV. Typical breach methods like memory scraping point-of-sale (POS) malware remain a threat, and the data captured in such an attack remains valuable, even from a chipped card. Really, the biggest shift in the EMVmove to inside chip is that your outlet becomes less attractive for criminal syndicates to perpetrate the final step of the payment-card data-breach fraud — actually spending the money or using the compromised account to buy goods or services to then sell or trade for cash.

That said, today, few of us have fully-operational EMV-capable payment-card terminals at the pump. Many of us have some sites and lanes with chip-capable hardware, but few retailers and payment networks are conducting an actual chip-card read at the fuel island.

The EMV liability shift at the fuel island currently stands at October 2020 and is unlikely to be extended further. Until the liability shift actually takes effect, so long as we follow current acceptance rules (things like not authorizing over allowed limits), we’re largely protected from stolen account numbers being used for purchases at our outdoor payment terminals.

This conceals the reality that our c-store sites are seeing higher incidences of stolen or breached payment cards being used for fuel purchases. Thieves are finding more obstacles at their traditional outlets, which have fully converted to chip-card acceptance, so the non-EMV-accepting fuel dispensers have increased in value to them. Because the issuing banks behind the stolen cards being used are bearing the cost of most of this fraud, we are often blind to it — even as it rises steadily.

This sets us up for a troublesome late 2020. Those who do not make the necessary investments in chip-accepting hardware at the fuel island, as well as those who have, but whose POS and payment processing partners have not, will find a shock in November 2020 as they bear the full burden of payment-card fraud at the fuel island for the first time.

What’s A Retailer To Do?

  • If you are branded, ask your fuel brand what your options are and what the current state of their technology programs are when it comes to EMV at the pump.
  • Talk to your POS software and hardware providers to determine dispenser EMV options and when they will be ready.
  • Talk to your dispenser partners about your specific dispensers and what your specific options are.
  • Talk to your payment-card processors about your specific technology mix and when they will be ready for your specific setup.
  • Talk to Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. If you do not have an assigned representative from each payment brand, ask your payment-card processor to put you in touch.
  • Ask each payment brand to share the burden of Automated Fuel Dispenser (AFD) fraud at your sites for the past year. Normally, you do not see this data, as you didn’t bear the burden of it, but they have it and are generally able to provide it.
  • Use all of the above to apply pressure where needed to get various stakeholders to get you ready in time. Also use it to build your business case and ROI needed to fund the necessary investments to be prepared.

 

Do you have further questions about EMV capable and compatible equipment for your customer’s forecourt and in-store transactions?  Give us a call at 1.800.451.4021!

 

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Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 9 Podcast: Acronyms with Tom Yager and Erik Willkomm

Let's Be Frank with Kali Kinziger

Welcome to the latest episode of
Franklin Fueling’s
Let’s Be Frank
podcasts hosted by
Kali Kinziger.

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.

 


Let's Be Frank Episode 9 with Tom Yager & Eric WillkommIn this episode Kali chats with Applications Engineer, Eric Yager, and Technical Services Supervisor, Eric Willkomm to elaborate on the fueling industry’s most common acronyms. Listen in to learn more about what terms you should know on your first day, and what all these acronyms mean to you.

 

 

 

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FFS EVO FFS FE Petro FFS Flex-Ing
FFS Healy FFS Incon FFS UPP

 

 

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REVISED!! MassDEP fact sheet – Frequently Asked Questions: Stage I Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) Systems.

MassDEP

From the desk of: Jeff Gifford, MassDEP, Bureau of Air & Waste, Stage I Vapor Recovery Program, 1 Winter St., 7th floor, Boston, MA 02108, Phone: 617-556-1144

Attention: Stage I Facility Owners & Operators:

The MassDEP Stage I Fact Sheet, Frequently Asked Questions: Stage I Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) Systems has been revised and is now posted on the MassDEP Stage I Program website at the following link: https://www.mass.gov/guides/massdep-stage-i-ii-vapor-recovery-program

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 jeffrey.gifford@mass.gov.

 

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Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 8 Podcast: EVO Series Training with Ben Thomas

Let's Be Frank with Kali Kinziger

Welcome to the latest episode of
Franklin Fueling’s
Let’s Be Frank
podcasts hosted by
Kali Kinziger.

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.

 


Let's Be Frank Episode 8: EVO Series Training with Ben ThomasIn 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.

 

 

 

Check out the EVO Series of products on our website.

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Universal Valve: Which Is Really Better – Cross-linked or Linear Polyethylene?

Are you providing your customer with the safest and best long term performance spill container?

 

 

 

Universal Valve 69RT and 71CD 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.Universal 69RT & 71CD Interchangeable Covers

  • 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
  • Built and tested in the U.S.A. !

 

 

And don’t forget to check out the hottest web specials offered by Universal Valve on our website!Universal Valve's Hot Savings

Be Safe, Be Sure, Be Universal!

 

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OPW 14 Series Nozzles: Providing A Cleaner Fueling Experience

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OPW 14 Series Nozzles: 14C Diesel Capture & 14E Dripless GasolineNEW 14 Series Nozzles

Providing A Cleaner Fueling Experience

OPW is 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:

  1. CARB-Certified 14E ECO Dripless Gasoline Nozzle
  2. 14C Diesel Capture Technology Nozzle

The OPW 14 Series represents one of the most unique cleaner-fueling innovations since the invention of the automatic shutoff nozzle and is truly defining what’s next for the future of fueling.

For more information on OPW’s 14 Series family of clean-fueling nozzles, find them all listed on our site,  ready for immediate purchase with various links to documents and videos.

 

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Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 7 Podcast: EVO Series with Jason Grant

Let's Be Frank with Kali Kinziger

Welcome to the latest episode of
Franklin Fueling’s
Let’s Be Frank
podcasts hosted by
Kali Kinziger.

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.

 


Automatic Tank Gauges (ATGs) provide so much more information than just telling us how much fuel is in a storage tank. In this episode Franklin Fueling Systems Senior Product Manager for Fuel Management Systems, Jason Grant, calls in to speak with Kali about the capabilities of EVO™ Series ATG’s.

Check out the EVO Series of products on our website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PRODUCT LAUNCH: Carbon Series Fiberglass Dispenser Sumps From Franklin Fueling Systems

Franklin Fueling Carbon Series Fiberglass Dispenser Sump

PRODUCT LAUNCH:
NEW
CARBON SERIES™ FIBERGLASS DISPENSER SUMPS

 

Franklin Fueling Systems is pleased to announce the launch of our Carbon Series™ single wall and double wall fiberglass dispenser sumps. Check out the new and model-specific highlights of this new family of dispenser sumps.

 

 

 

  • Economically Priced
  • Available in models compatible with both Gilbarco Encore® dispensers and Wayne Ovation® dispensers.
  • Dispenser top and top frame are joined together prior to leaving the factory saving field installation time

 

SINGLE WALL SUMPS

  • New Light Resin Transfer Molding (Light RTM) technology used to manufacture single wall sumps gives them consistent wall thickness throughout the entire assembly for superior rigidity as well as an extremely smooth surface to facilitate watertight entry boot installation.
  • Gilbarco Encore® DEF sump option available with two-sump design.
602375001:
Carbon Series™ single wall fiberglass sump for Gilbarco Encore® bow-tie end dispenser models (requires SBK-3 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately)
602377001:
Carbon Series™ single wall fiberglass sump for Gilbarco Encore® bow-tie end dispenser models with banded DEF polyethylene sump (requires SBK-3 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately)
602381001:
Carbon Series™ single wall fiberglass sump for Wayne Ovation® dispenser models (requires SBK-25 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately)

Note: one stabilizer bar kit per shear valve is required. Stabilizer bar kits sold separately.



DOUBLE WALL SUMPS

  • Can be ordered with a pre-installed port for either electronic, mechanical, or hydrostatic continuous monitoring of the double wall interstitial space.
  • • Included vacuum gauge ships under airtight vacuum to ensure the integrity of the interstitial space during shipment to the jobs site.
602383001:
Carbon Series™ double wall fiberglass sump for Gilbarco Encore® bow-tie end dispenser models with vacuum port (requires SBK-3 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately
602383401:
Carbon Series™ double wall fiberglass sump for Gilbarco Encore® bow-tie end dispenser models with vacuum port and port for interstitial monitoring* (requires SBK-3 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately
602385001:
Carbon Series™ double wall fiberglass sump for Wayne Ovation® dispenser models with vacuum port (requires SBK-25 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately)
602385401:
Carbon Series™ double wall fiberglass sump for Wayne Ovation® dispenser models with vacuum port and port for interstitial monitoring* (requires SBK-25 stabilizer bar kit, sold separately)

Note: one stabilizer bar kit per shear valve is required. Stabilizer bar kits sold separately.
*Interstitial monitoring accessory must be ordered separately.



Carbon Series Double Wall Monitoring Options:

Mechanical Monitoring Electronic Monitoring Hydrostatic Continuous Monitoring
Franklin Fueling Systems Carbon Series Double Wall Sump Mechanical Monitoring Franklin Fueling Systems Carbon Series Double Wall Sump Hydrostatic Monitoring

 

Franklin Fueling will be introducing the Carbon Series dispenser sumps at the John W. Kennedy Company Forging Relationships Trade Show on March 27 & 28, 2019.  Please stop by the Franklin booth to learn more!

 

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