There are mostly three principle inquiries to ask while picking a fuel dispensing equipment that is reasonable for your needs: Fuel Being Dispensed.
• How quick would you like to refuel your vehicles?
• How precisely would you like to quantify the fuel you use?
• Where is your fuel stockpiling tank?
Let’s address each question in turn:
You will need to refuel your vehicles as fast as conceivable to forestall a bottleneck at the fuelling point. In case the fuel pump dispenses at a relatively fast speed, it can make excessive foaming in the vehicle tank, which will rashly close the nozzle off. This abrupt closure implies drivers need to trust more than once that the foam will settle and then top up the tank, subsequently hindering the refueling cycle. The accompanying aide should enable you to decide:
• Low speed, 50 liters per minute
Cars, light vans, forklifts, jerry cans, small plant)
• Medium speed, 70 liters per minute
Large vans, agricultural vehicles, small rigid trucks, small PSVs, and large industrial plants.
• High speed, 90 liters per minute
Perfect for filling vehicles having large capacity fuel tanks, for example, articulated cars, buses & coaches, quarry & mining, and heavy plant.
This is the most vital inquiry. Higher precision pumps will cost more, yet on the off chance that you are utilizing any massive amount of fuel, you may rapidly recuperate the additional expense. Lower precision, lower-cost pumps ought to, in a perfect world, suit the small fleet. There are two fundamental sorts of the meter in most fuel dispensing equipment:
Flowmeters – many a time called as nutating disc meters.
• Precision varies with fuel type and delivery speed.
• Must be calibrated post-installation and checked regularly
• Approximate precision of +/- 2%
• If filling up tanks to the brim, the precision will wander out further.
Piston meters – also called as positive displacement meters.
• The exact precision will be steady at various conveyance speeds. So, topping tanks up to the edge won’t cause an issue.
• Check adjustment after establishment yet only re-check every year except if you have an exceptionally high fuel use.
• Accuracy of +/- 0.5%
• If one is more accurate than the other, then what?
The precision percentage is how neck to neck the fuel figure displayed on the pump coincides with the fuel quantity, actually drawn.
All card and key operated fuel checking frameworks link with the output of the meter in the fuel pump. This implies the figures created by your fuel management system can only be as precise as the pump it is associated with. If you have a well-used, old, or incorrect fuel pump, don’t expect your fuel is observing figures to be any better!
Place of your Fuel Storage Tank?
In case your tank is underground, you will require a pump with a vastly improved suction capacity to have the option to lift fuel from the tank when it’s practically vacant. If your tank is over the ground, less pull lift is vital, yet you should be cautious that the establishment is ensured against spillage in case of harm to the dispensing hardware.
The pump you decide to install will only work correctly if adequately connected to the storage tank.