Fuel control systems
In this section you can find different models of fuel supply tanks.
Among the different typologies you can find fuel containers from 500 to 50,000 liters of capacity for road tanks both diesel and petrol tanks are regulated by international regulations ADR.
The maximum amount of fuel allowed for transport is as follows:
- Diesel tanks 1000 litres.
- Fuel tanks 333 litres.
All the products are duly certified, both the transport tanks, which comply with ADR regulations, and the rest of the products produced under the relevant ISO regulations.
Here we show you the different tanks and tanks for the transport of fuel. All of them are approved according to the regulations.
- Alarm system with continuous monitoring of the liquid in the tank and sending messages and emails to managers.
- Emilprobe® is a level probe that performs a complete and real time control of the liquid in the storage tank of a company or an individual.
- HI-TECH system for the management, control and monitoring of fuel supplies, equipped with Server/Client management system.
- Autonomous system management without the need for the presence of specific personnel and without time constraints.
- Innovative, highly accurate multifunctional level indicator.
- ES-LEVEL is an innovative, highly accurate, multi-functional level indicator for monitoring the liquid level in tanks.
Double wall OCIO
- OCIO is a system for liquid level management in atmospheric tanks.
- The system detects the static pressure generated by the height of the liquid by means of a tube introduced into the tank and detects the liquid level or volume.
- MC BOX is a multi-user control panel.
- With this electronic device it is possible to control and monitor fuel consumption for private use.
- The MC system consists of a multi-user electronic panel, specific software and accessories for PC connection.
- Pressure device for the uninterrupted monitoring of the air chambers of double-walled tanks containing both non-flammable polluting liquids and flammable or explosive liquids of class A I, A II, A III and B in order to detect any leaks from both the internal and external walls of the tank.
Fuel Control Systems Catalog