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If you keep fuel on your site to fill your trucks, equipment, and machines, then you should think about adding fuel nozzles to your tanks. These nozzles make refueling easier.
While you can buy regular manual nozzles, it's worth paying a little extra for automatic products. How do these nozzles work? What are the benefits of using them?
How Do Automatic Fuel Nozzles Work?
When you use a manual fuel nozzle, you control the flow of fuel into your vehicle or machine. You put the end of the nozzle into the tank and use its handle to start the flow of fuel. You then release the handle to stop the flow when you've transferred enough fuel.
Automatic fuel nozzles look and work the same as manual products. However, they have an added feature.
These nozzles automatically stop the flow of fuel when the tank they fill is full. You don't need to do anything here. When the nozzle senses that the tank is full, it simply shuts itself down and cuts off the fuel flow.
What Are the Advantages of Using Automatic Fuel Nozzles?
While manual fuel nozzles work effectively, they don't always work efficiently. Their efficiency depends on the person using the nozzle.
If someone is filling a tank and can't tell or doesn't notice when the tank is close to being full, then they might not stop the flow of fuel at the right time. The nozzle will keep dispensing fuel until its operator stops this process. If you don't do this in time, then fuel will spill out of the tank.
These spillages have some downsides. For a start, you waste money every time fuel spills out of a full tank. Plus, these spillages can be hazardous.
Fuel spills on the ground or on a worker's clothes are a fire hazard. If a spark hits spilled fuel, then it will catch fire. A fire near a fuel tank is extremely dangerous. The tank might explode. If fuel on clothing catches fire, then someone could get serious burns.
Automatic fuel nozzles reduce your spillage wastage costs by shutting off the fuel supply before it can spill out of a tank.
These nozzles also help you maintain safety on your site. You won't have dangerous patches of fuel sitting near your storage tank. Your crew won't have to worry about fuel splashing onto their clothes and making them combustible.
Contact a company like Eaton Sales & Service to learn more.Share
27 April 2023