The first true solution for phase separation monitoring

The Veeder-Root Phase Separation Floats provide you with early detection and continuous monitoring of in-tank phase separation and delivers alarms to your Veeder-Root Automatic Tank Gauge (ATG) to help prevent the pumping of phase separation product into your fueling system.

The earliest detection of phase separation available

The Veeder-Root Phase Separation Floats offer the earliest possible detection of phase separation, saving money and reputations. The Phase Separation Floats interact with multiple densities to detect water and phase separation in any gasoline storage tank containing up to 15% ethanol (E15), making sure you are protected under all circumstances. 

The Phase Separation Float Kits replace the traditional gasoline float kit and is compatible with existing Veeder-Root ATGs. The float kits also work in pure gasoline with better performance for water detection than existing float kits by having a lower minimum detectable water height, allowing site operators to quickly respond to a potential problem. 

If you currently have a TLS-450PLUS or TLS4 Series Automatic Tank Gauge, the Phase Separation functionality comes standard in the console with version 5.B or higher software. Additional equipment required includes a MAG Plus Probe with Phase-Two Water Detector. If you currently have a TLS-350 or TLS-300 ATG, and a software version lower than 30.B, there are two Phase Separation equipment options available:
1. Upgrade ECPU board, install MAG Plus Probe, and update your software to version 30.B or higher.
2. Upgrade to a TLS-450PLUS or TLS4 Series platform.

Phase-Two™ Separation Float System

Ethanol Usage is on the Rise, and Subsequently so is Phase Separation  

Today, over 90% of U.S. gas stations are blending their gasoline with ethanol. Industry standard water floats operate under a principle of density. They are tuned to detect water at the bottom of a tank. However, the density of phase separation is lower than water, and thus traditional water floats will not reliably detect phase separation. Veeder-Root’s Phase-Two Separation Float System uses multiple densities to detect both water and phase separation, making sure you are always protected. 

How does 4" Phase-Two Detect Phase Separation? 

float in phase separation

 

Product Form

 Part Number

Description

Certification

886100-000

4" Phase-Two Float Kit with 5' (1.52m) Cable

UL

886100-010

4" Phase-Two Float Kit with 10' (3.05m) Cable

UL

886102-100

2" Phase Separation Water Detector Float Kit with 5' (1.52m) Cable

UL

   

Features & Benefits

  • Handles multiple densities — Floats are able to detect both water and phase separation

  • Delivers alarms and alerts — Provides continuous monitoring of in-tank phase separation and delivers alarms to your Veeder-Root ATG

  • Protects from every angle — Offers you the assurance that your equipment is secure, and your inventory and reputation are safe

  • Improves minimum water detection — Detects water in any gasoline storage tank containing up to 15% ethanol (E15)

  • Provides early detection — Provides you with the earliest detection of phase separation available and continuous monitoring to your ATG

  • Offers simple replacement — The Phase Separation Float Kits replace the traditional gasoline float kits

What are the implications of phase separation?

Ethanol is on the rise, and subsequently so is phase separation - over 90% of U.S. gas stations are blending their gasoline with ethanol, and the number is only rising. Detect phase separation before it impacts your business.

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Specifications

4" PHASE-TWO SEPARATION SPECIFICATIONS

Fuel Compatibility  

All gasoline blends up to E15  

Probe Compatibility  

MAG Plus Probes (Series 8463); Not compatible with Standard MAG Probes  

Console Compatibility  

TLS-450PLUS, TLS4 Series, and legacy consoles  

Console Programming  

Device / Probe / Float / 4” Phase Separation  

Minimum Fuel Detection  

7.0" (17.78cm)  

Minimum Water Detection  

0.38" (0.97cm)  

Accuracy in Water  

±0.10" (±0.25cm)  

Accuracy in Phase Separation  

±0.75" (±1.91cm)  

Minimum Tank Opening  

4" (10.16cm)  

Software Version  

Version 5.B or higher for TLS-450PLUS/ TLS4 Series; version 30.B or higher for TLS-350/TLS-300  

Operating Temperature  

5°F (-15°C) to 113°F (45°C)  

Storage Temperature  

-40°F (-40°C) to 122°F (50°C)  

 

2" PHASE SEPARATION SPECIFICATIONS

Fuel Compatibility  

All gasoline blends up to E15  

Probe Compatibility  

MAG Plus Probes (Series 8463); Not compatible with Standard MAG Probes  

Console Compatibility  

TLS-450PLUS and TLS4 Series  

Console Programming  

Device / Probe / Float / 2” Phase Separation  

Minimum Fuel Detection  

7.0" (17.78cm)  

Minimum Water Detection  

0.86” (2.18cm)  

Accuracy in Water  

±0.50” (±1.27cm)  

Accuracy in Phase Separation  

±0.75” (±1.91cm)  

Minimum Tank Opening  

2” (5.08cm)  

Software Version  

Version 9.W or higher for TLS-450PLUS/ TLS4 Series  

Operating Temperature  

5°F (-15°C) to 113°F (45°C)  

Storage Temperature  

-40°F (-40°C) to 122°F (50°C) 

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