Best Fuel Monitoring System Solutions for all Vehicles
How does Fuel Monitoring System Work?
The driver and vehicle ID are automatically checked against pre-programmed criteria to ensure that only authorized vehicles are fuelled by approved staff, reducing the risk of fuel theft to almost zero. Fuelling then commences with the flow monitored by the system.
Fuel Monitoring Systems are networked to work remotely. This means that desktop reports can show information such as fuel stock levels, received stock and the amount of fuel delivered at each refueling point and through each pump.
Reports on the fuel drawn for each individual driver/vehicle can be generated easily. Vehicles can be given environmental ratings from A-G and driver behavior can be monitored with training needs clearly identified, enabling you to ultimately cut your fuel costs and your carbon emissions.
The main function of the Fuel Management System is to represent levels for inventory and tank leak testing by monitoring probe inputs and performing calculations based on those inputs. Line leak transducers provide line pressure data to perform line leak detection.
Results from these calculations may be used for system monitoring and/or regulatory compliance. The console, in conjunction with external fuel system equipment, may provide positive system shutdown, based on program rules.
Fuel Management Systems have the ability to monitor and perform:
- Tank Inventory Information
- Tank Leak Detection
- Sensor Configuration and Monitoring
- Line Leak Detection
- Sump Leak Detection
- Compliance Line and Leak Testing
- Secondary Containment Monitoring FMS also allows
- Inventory Reports
- Delivery Reports
- Tank Test Results
- SCALD Testing Reports
- Regulatory Reports
- Sensor Reports
- Line Leak Reports
- Reconciliation Reports