Fuel Management Equipment...
Securing Your Fuel and Capturing Your Fuel Data
A fuel control system, as an ancillary piece of equipment for a customer’s tank is basically designed to have three main functions:
• Record All Fuel Transactions
• Control Gallonage Amount Per Person
• Secure Product From Unauthorized Transactions
As a stand-alone piece of equipment, positioned adjacent to your tank, a fuel control system “manages” your fuel.
Why mange your fuel?
The concept of fuel management is extended to customers who have a need to account for every gallon of fuel that is dispensed from their pump, with needed recordkeeping for purposes of:
• Odometer Entries
• Miles Per Gallon
• Tax Reporting
• Inter-Company Departmental Accountability
• Inventory Reporting
• And More…
All this can be captured through this program. Thereby, virtually eliminating the time spent on manual recordkeeping.
The who, where, what, and when of dispensing fuel is reconciled by a fuel control system, 24 hours a day, year after year.
Tracking usage has never been easier.
Aboveground Tank Loan Program
In December, 1988, the Federal EPA changed the regulations for underground storage tanks. The new regulations outlined a ten year, phase-in program to upgrade or to close existing underground tanks. This new, stringent EPA law changed America’s fuel storage habits forever.
As a result of this law, many underground tank owners opted not to upgrade or replace their UST’s. An onslaught of UST’s were removed in the decade to follow. With UST’s on the decline, aboveground tanks became a viable, quick-fix solution for fuel storage.
Bell Fuels has responded to this market change by implementing an aboveground tank loan program for our customers.
Bell’s Tank Loan Program is predicated on a customer’s annual gallons. Systems may include:
• U.L. 142 or U.L. 2085 Double Wall Skid Tank (300 to 2,500 Gallons)
• Filrite Pumps
• Fuel Management System
• Wireless Tank Monitoring System for Product Level Inventory
• And All Other Requirements per The Office of the State Fire Marshal and Local Municipalities.