The Vapor Sensor detects hydrocarbon vapor exceeding the programmed threshold limit in the monitoring well.
When vapors exceed a programmed threshold, the Vapor Sensor sends an audible and visual signal to a Veeder-Root automatic tank gauge console telling you where the problem is, so you can act quickly to prevent serious safety and environmental hazards.
4-inch (100mm) cap and adapter kit (Sold separately)
Hydrocarbon vapor exceeding the programmed threshold triggers a Fuel Alarm
Liquid present in the monitoring wells triggers a Water Alarm
Withstands removal and replacement from monitoring well without sensor damage
Easy install: only three wires required to connect to an automatic tank gauge console
Gas, Jet Fuel, Aviation Gas, E15,
Short Alarm: A short has occurred in the sensor wiring or in the sensor
Water Alarm: The vapor sensor in immersed in water and is incapable of detecting fuel vapors
Fuel Alarm: Fuel vapors are present in the area being monitored by the sensor
Sensor Out: Sensor not communicating to ATG Console
Gasoline Vapor >500 ppm
-13 to +122°F (-25 to +50°C)
4.9” (12.4cm) Long, 1.1” (2.8cm) in Diameter
The Groundwater Sensor detects free hydrocarbons in the C5 to C16 range on the water table in up to 20 feet deep monitoring wells.
The TLS-450PLUS automatic tank gauge provides the most comprehensive fuel site data for advanced fuel asset management.
The Discriminating Interstitial Sensor for double-wall fiberglass tanks uses solid-state liquid level sensing technology to detect liquid in the interstitial space of the tank.