fuel level monitoring News

  • New Level Monitoring System

    Tuffa UK is about to purchase the brand new FMS (Fuel Monitoring System) and supply on it's tanks and to other tank manufacturers / installers, and can be fitted on existing installations. This new, innovative design comprising of an all-in-one level monitoring system with contents gauge including three high level warning alarms, and three low level warning alarms which fire visual and audible ...


    By Tuffa UK Limited

  • Bulk Fuel Tank Monitoring with Remote Display

    Pulsar Process Measurement have supplied non-contacting ultrasonic volume measurement equipment with associated remote plant mimic software to help solve an issue for Northern Rail at three sites; their Newton Heath LMD (Light Maintenance Depot) near Manchester, Blackpool LMD and Barrow LMD, allowing them to control the ordering, delivery and usage of fuel more efficiently. Equipment used: ...

  • Monitoring levels of harmful pollutants in ice rinks and arenas.

    Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a significant concern in ice rinks and arenas; these facilities are especially vulnerable to the affect of an unhealthy indoor environment as fuel-burning equipment such as ice resurfaces are used indoors. PPM Technology and our partner in the United States, Joel Anderson of Precision Quality Consulting have supplied a ...


    By PPM Technology

  • Cemtrex Experiencing Increased Inquiry Levels for Its Mercury Monitors

    Cemtrex Inc. (OTC: CTEI) announced today that in light of recent EPA rulings regarding mercury emissions control, Cemtrex is seeing a big surge in the number of business enquiries and opportunities for its mercury monitor across a wide range of industries such as cement plants, utilities and industrial boilers. In the history of the US EPA, 2011 is a landmark year as four major rules for control ...

  • Action needed on ground-level ozone

    Air pollution caused by ground-level ozone will become a serious threat to human health and food security within the next century unless action is taken on a global scale, according to a recent report. Ozone is a significant air pollutant and important greenhouse gas, third only to carbon dioxide and methane in terms of impact on the climate. It is a powerful oxidant that exacerbates conditions ...

  • New vans more fuel efficient

    The average van sold in 2013 was around 4 % more efficient than the previous year, so the new vans fleet has already met the collective carbon emissions target ahead of the 2017 deadline, preliminary data shows. Similar findings were recently published for new cars, which have also met their target in advance. There were 1.2 million new vans registered in 2013, with average emissions of 173.3 g ...

  • Eaton`s Ground-Fueling Products Support Rapid Fuel-Distribution and Fuel-Storage Capabilities for U.S. Army

    Power management company Eaton has been selected by Isometrics, Inc., to supply ground-fueling products used in the production of tank rack modules for the U.S. Army. Isometrics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of modular fuel systems designed to provide troops with rapid fuel-distribution and fuel-storage capabilities at any location, regardless of material-handling equipment availability. The ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • UK`s MTI drives mercury monitoring in groundwater to parts per trillion levels

    Environmental monitoring specialists MTI (UK) have made a significant advancement in mercury monitoring with the new portable PDV6000plus, by announcing that the highly toxic metal can now be accurately determined down to 100 ppt (parts per trillion) in drinking and ground water.A common water pollutant, mercury is well known for its toxic effects, with young children at the greatest risk from ...

  • Titan Cloud Software & Cybera Collaborate to Deliver Advanced Solutions for Fuel Monitoring and Compliance Management

    Titan Cloud Software and Cybera, Inc. announced today that they have teamed up to provide convenience fuel retailers with secure access to Titan’s advanced remote fuel monitoring and environmental compliance software through Cybera’s secure application platform, Cybera ONE. Convenience stores will realize tremendous benefits from the combined solution, including: Plug-and-play ...

  • LI-COR Analyzers Monitoring Carbon Dioxide Worldwide as Atmospheric Levels Reach 400 parts per million

    On May 13, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported a preliminary daily average carbon dioxide (CO2) reading of 400.07 parts per million (ppm) at the Mauna Loa Observatory on the Big Island of Hawaii. On May 9, a reading over 400 ppm was reported at the site for the first time ever. But that reading (400.03 ppm) was later revised to 399.89 ppm. The first CO2 ...

  • Intrinsically Safe ultrasonic level meter with wireless communication

    GaugerGSM, an advanced ultrasonic level meter integrated with cellular (GSM) communications is now approved for use in hazardous locations where explosive atmospheres are present.  GaugerGSM is certified to Ex ia IIB T4 Ga with Ta = -30°C to +70°C to both ATEX and IECEx Standards. This Intrinsically ...

  • Methane Levels in Air Lower Due to Leakage Control

    Despite an increase in methane-generating activities, such as drilling for fossil fuels, researchers have found that the amount of methane concentrations in the atmosphere have dropped over the past few decades, according to Climate Central. A team of atmospheric chemists have investigated and attribute this phenomenon to significantly diminished methane leakage from oil and gas wells. ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • ARB Level 3+ Verification for Hug mobiclean R

    The Air Resources Board (ARB) has verified the Hug Filtersystems Mobiclean R diesel particulate filter for use with certain on-road diesel vehicles.  The Mobiclean R system reduces emissions of diesel particulate matter by at least 85 percent and is designated as a Level 3 Plus system. The primary components of the system include a diesel oxidation catalyst, a ...


    By Hug Filtersystems

  • Carbon dioxide levels reach milestone at Arctic sites

    The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of Barrow, Alaska, reached 400 parts per million (ppm) this spring, according to NOAA measurements, the first time a monthly average measurement for the greenhouse gas attained the 400 ppm mark in a remote location. Carbon dioxide (CO2), emitted by fossil fuel combustion and other human activities, is the most significant greenhouse gas ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Fossil fuel firms fail to report climate risks

    Fossil fuel companies operating in the UK are accused by a financial monitoring group of a “staggering” disregard for their obligation to acknowledge the risks which climate change poses to them and their investors. An alliance of non-governmental organisations says the situation is so serious that there should be intervention by the UK Financial Reporting ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Fuel Poverty Statistics 2011: statistical press release

    The latest Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics 2011 is published today (Thursday 14 July) at 9.30am by the Department of Energy and Climate Change – headline figures refer to fuel poverty levels in the UK and England in 2009. This report includes the following highlights: In 2009, there were around 5.5 million fuel poor households in the UK, up from 4.5 million in 2008. In ...

  • Ozone levels still pose risk to health and vegetation

    Peak levels of ozone pollution have fallen at rural and urban sites in both Europe and the US in recent years, a new study shows. However, the research also found that limits to protect health and ecosystems are still being exceeded. After particulate matter, ground-level ozone is considered to be the second most important air pollutant in terms of its effects on human health. However, its ...

  • Ocean acidification and GHGs hit record levels

    The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) reports that the amounts of atmospheric greenhouse gases reached a new high in 2013, driven by rapidly rising levels of carbon dioxide. The news is consistent with trends in fossil fuel consumption. But what comes as more of a surprise is the WMO’s revelation that the current rate of ocean acidification, which greenhouse gases (GHGs) help to ...


    By Climate News Network

  • April`s CO2 Levels Hit Record High

    For the first time, monthly concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere topped 400 parts per million (ppm) in April throughout the northern hemisphere. This threshold is of symbolic and scientific significance and reinforces evidence that the burning of fossil fuels and other human activities are responsible for the continuing increase in heat-trapping greenhouse gases warming our ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Statistical press release - fuel poverty statistics 2010

    The latest Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics 2010 is published today (Thursday 14 October) at 9.30am by the Department of Energy and Climate Change – headline figures refer to fuel poverty levels in the UK and England in 2008. This report includes the following highlights: In 2008, there were around 4.5m fuel poor households in the UK, up from 4.0m in 2007. In ...

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