Tank Monitoring

  • Vacuum Leak Detection System

    The advanced Vacuum Leak Detection System continuously monitors the interstitial area around double-walled piping, enclosures, tank walls, etc.


  • Oil & Water Leak Detector

    Detector uses a combination of electro-optic technology, which reliably distinguishes between water and oil.


  • Fuel Sentry Tank Gauge and Leak Detection System

    Designed for use with all fuel oils (No. 2 through No. 6), diesel, kerosene, jet, and most other petroleum products. Tank gauges are required by NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code.


  • High Liquid Level Alarm Switch

    Model HLS-LF, High Liquid Level Alarm Switch - Used on light fuel oil storage tanks to reliably activate an overfill warning signal.


  • Tank Leak Sentry

    Able to receive signals from eight different leak detectors. The leak sentry can differentiate between an oil or a water leak in a tank farm, a refinery, a chemical plant, oil field, or a data center.


  • Overfill Alarm Station

    Designed to be located near the tank fill terminal to notify of a potential overfill. The system triggers a high level alarm that alerts the filling operator that the tank is filled to its capacity.


  • Liquid Level Switch

    Used on fuel oil day tanks to control the addition of oil from remote pumps, and to alarm high and low levels.


  • Rupture Basin Switch

    Detects leakage into day tank rupture basins and double wall piping leak containment systems containing diesel or distillate fuel oils. For easy installation, the Model RBS is designed for side-wall mounting.


  • Wire Float Level Sensor

    Accurate, easy to install, and ideal for low “Head Room” installation applications. For use with TG-EL-D3 or TG-EL-D5 Tank Gauge and Leak Detection Systems.


  • Magnetostrictive Level Sensor

    Highly accurate and repeatable level readings in a wide variety of liquid level measurement applications


  • Storage Tank Monitor Access Manhole

    Designed to sit flush on a concrete pad at grade and provide access as required to equipment installed on an underground tank, such as tank gauging and leak detection equipment.