Fuel dispensing equipment dispenses and monitors liquid or gaseous fuel. Fuel dispensers are used to pump liquid fuels such as gasoline, diesel fuel, oil, or kerosene into a vehicle, aircraft, storage tank, or portable container.
Typical fuel dispensers include several sections, such as hydraulic, metering, and hose/nozzle portions. The hydraulic section contains a rotary pump for drawing fuel from the storage tank and a solenoid/pilot valve to ensure that fuel flows only toward the dispenser and not back into the pump. Commercial dispensers such as those found at gas/petrol stations may house multiple units connected to different storage tanks for the purpose of supplying multiple fuels with different compositions or octane ratings.
Oil skimmers are devices that separate oil from water in order for it to be collected for the purposes of recovery or remediation. There are many different types of oil skimmers we can offer. They can skim oil through a variety of technologies including oleophilic materials, brushes, belts, ropes, and weirs. Skimmers can be installed in two different ways, either floating or fixed/mounted.
Floating Oil Skimmers- Floating oil skimmers float on the surface of the water and can be held in a location with lines or be deployed from or towed by a vessel. These skimmers include drum skimmers, brush skimmers, weir skimmers and some belt skimmers.
Fixed Oil Skimmers- Fixed oil skimmers are installed in a permanent location. These skimmers include many types of belt or rope skimmers. They are typically installed in oil tanks used in a manufacturing application.