Franklin Fueling Systems Introduces The New EVO Family of ATG’s

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Franklin Fueling bids farewell to INCON

The EVOTM Series ATG

In the next step of their evolution, Franklin Fueling Systems bids farewell to the INCON brand to welcome their brandy-EVO Websitespanking new, EVO TM Series of automatic tank gauges with the launch of the EVOTM 200 and 400 to their existing lineup of world class ATG’s.

Checkout the EVO website to learn much more about the full lineup of EVO ATG’s. Offering datasheets, product brochures and presentations and much more on each system and which one best fits your needs.

You can also check out these videos on the EVO:

EVOTM Overview:

EVOTM User Interface Overview:

FFS PROTM Connect Overview:

FFS PROTM Site Building with EVOTM Overview :

EVOTM Technical Tools:

To learn more about the EVOTM Series, please contact us at 1.800.451.4021.

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FFS Pro Tech Update

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Set High and High High Alarms Without Using a Tank Chart

EVO™ Series software allows you to set the High and High High alarms without using tank charts to calculate percentages.  Click here to learn more.

 

 

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Phase Separation and What it Means for You

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Detect_Phase_SeparationWith over 90% of U.S. gas stations blending gasoline with ethanol, an important thing to consider when maintaining fuel tanks at your station is Phase Separation.  Phase Separation occurs when ethanol absorbs water and separates from the gasoline , sinking to the bottom of the tank.  Due to its lighter density, it can remain undetected by a traditional water float and may end up being pumped directly into customers’ vehicles, which can lead to damages you will be held liable for.  If left unaddressed for too long, the costs and consequences of Phase Separation could lead to serious damage to your reputation and business.

The best way to prevent these issues from arising is constant, diligent tank monitoring which will allow for early detection.  Veeder-Root offers the Phase-Two Separation Float, which replaces a traditional gasoline float kit and detects both water and phase separation in your tanks.

For more information on Phase Separation, read this article on Veeder-Root’s Fueling Solutions blog here.

 

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A Supply Side Solution

OPW_SupplySide_1The following post contains excerpts from the article, A Supply Side Solution written by Jim Desautels, OPW Fuel Management Systems Commercial District Manager that appears in the January 2017 Fuel Oil NewsRead the full article on page 26 of the January 2017 edition here.

When Simple Energy of West Lebanon, NH was looking to expand their business to become their own bulk-storage facility with the latest technology to monitor at the rack, distribute and track inventory to not just Simple Energy’s fleet but to other commercial fleet customers Simple Energy was looking to attract as they expanded, they turned to Brian Devereaux, Vermont Sales Representative of the John W. Kennedy Company to do the job.  Brian’s biggest concern was not just the simplicity of the installation process but the simplicity of using, maintaining and expanding the the system as well its reliability on a day to day basis.

As Brian stated, “The reason we went with OPW equipment was maximum compatibility and seamless integration. With these integrated systems from OPW, Simple Energy would be able to control its fuel inventory in real time and streamline fueling operations overall.”
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Some of the equipment and systems used include:

Read the full story on page 26 in the January 2017 edition of the Fuel Oil News.

Are you in need of a solution?  We invite you to contact us at 1.800.451.4021 to learn how The Kennedy Company, OPW and the multitude of products we carry can solve your business needs!

We look forward to helping you and appreciate your continued support!
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Omntec Delivery Defender Lite Operation

Have a look at this video from Omntec, where NE District Manager Bob Hyatt demonstrates the practical benefits of their new Delivery Defender Lite (DDL) remote overfill alarm:

The DDL is universal, and can connect to just about any industry standard automatic tank gauge (ATG).  During operation, its sunlight-visible LED indicators let the driver and site know that it’s working, as well as letting them know which tank is currently being fueled to prevent drop errors.  The DDL can service up to five tanks, depending on the version (DDL1-DDL5), and also has a wireless option.  Click here to view a PDF with more information.

For more information or to order, please call us at 1-800-451-4021.

 

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Register Now: Webinar On Detecting and Reducing Losses in your Fueling System

Upcoming Webinar:

Detect and Reduce Fuel Losses at your Fueling Sites

Are you managing your fuel inventory with as much rigor as your in-store inventory? Fuel inventory represents a major portion of your business’s investment, but most retailers do not track it as closely as in-store goods.

This webinar will discuss the effect of fuel losses and variances on the profitability of fueling operations and what steps your organization can take to minimize them.

The half-hour broadcast presented by Scott Menke, Veeder-Root Global Product Manager, Automatic Tank Gauges, will include:

  • The true cost of fuel loss and variance to your business
  • The primary sources of fuel loss
  • Methods for better tracking and understanding your fuel inventory

Attend on Thursday, December 15th at 2:00 PM EST to learn how you could save your business money and more accurately account for your fuel inventory.

Click This Link to Register Online Now.

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Veeder-Root Releases Notice about TLS-450PLUS and TLS4 Series Consoles

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Veeder-Root has put out a marketing sales release pertaining to their TLS-450Plus and TLS4 Series automatic tank gauges.  The release details how certain TLS450Plus and TLS4 products are potentially at risk for a memory overrun condition, how it can effect the operation of the gauges, how to know which gauges are at risk, and how to prevent the condition.  Click here to view the official release from Veeder-Root.

 

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Stiction: What It Is and What You Can Do About It

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The Campus, the online technical news resource from Franklin Fueling’s FFS PRO University, has published an article detailing “stiction”, a term for static friction, between probes and floats and its effects on them.  When stiction occurs, it can cause the float to remain in its current position regardless of whether the product level rises or falls, thus leading to inaccurate readings and leak detection from the probe.  Stiction can occur when a probe is placed improperly or if the tank is tilted at an angle.  It can also be identified when tank levels remain constant for long periods followed by a sudden rapid increase or decrease in levels over a short period.

One of the easiest ways to prevent stiction is to ensure proper, plumb installation of probes, as well as keeping the probe and floats clean regularly.  Another solution, offered by Franklin themselves, is their new brand of INCON digital probes, which feature a vibration motor in the probe head which periodically activates to stave off stiction and mitigate its effects.

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You can read the full article here, and you can find out more about FFS PRO University by visiting the official site.

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What is the Real Cost of a Lost Gallon?

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Our friends at Veeder-Root would like to share this infographic detailing what the true cost of a lost gallon of gas is.

To learn more about how you can combat fuel loss and prevent loss of profits, call us at 1-800-451-4021.

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Morrison Introduces New Oil/Water Sensor

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Morrison Bros. Co. has introduced a new oil/water sensor to their 925 line, a float-activated simple switch device able to gauge the accumulation of oil in oil/water separators.  Set point configurations for the sensor include your choice of 1-2 interface floats (sink in oil and fuel but float on water) and 0-2 standard floats (float on oil, fuel, and water).  The sensor is compatible with the 918AC System Interface to allow for audio and visual alarm functionality.

For more details, check out the official spec sheet.

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