New products from Veeder-Root are set to debut at this year's PEI convention at the NACS Show. These new offerings were developed to help customers navigate the changing environment and new challenges their businesses are facing. These challenges include; accessibility of critical site data, protecting UST equipment from corrosion, increasing fueling capacity, and managing DEF.
Red Jacket Submersible Turbine Pumps (STPs) are the most widely installed submersible fuel pump in the world. That’s because Red Jacket continues to offer the industry’s most advanced STPs - delivering the highest efficiency, fuel flow and lowest power consumption to your fuel pumps. Red Jacket STPs are designed for serviceability and safety, and are built to last.
The free remote access applications and features of the TLS-450PLUS automatic tank gauge deliver critical inventory and site data when and where it’s needed. Monitor alarm notifications and inventory levels in real-time so immediate action can be taken. Resolve issues remotely to reduce dispatching and maintenance costs.
The Veeder-Root training team is now offering Virtual Training on the TLS-4xx Series platform, which includes the TLS-450PLUS, TLS4i, and TLS4c automatic tank gauges. This Virtual Training capability can be customized in a variety of ways to ensure that your entire team knows how to get to the information they need to do their jobs.
Veeder-Root has released The PLUS VIEW, a new mobile application for Android and iOS [Apple] based phones and tablets. This free application connects to your TLS-450PLUS, TLS4i, TLS4c, and TLS-450 automatic tank gauges to give you quick access to inventory, compliance, and alarm information.
Ever wondered what goes into installing a new fueling system and how the process unfolds?
The Red Jacket Alcohol Gas [AG] submersible turbine pump model has received UL79A & UL79B certifications for renewable biofuels. Download the full specification sheet for The Red Jacket AG STP model.
Meter Drift is a contributing source of variance in fueling systems that happens when components within the meter wear out overtime. As they wear the meters usually pump a slightly higher volume, frequently giving fuel away and eating into a fuel sites profits. If, instead, the meter drift results in less fuel being dispensed it could be exposing the gas station to fines for violating weights and measures standards.