Short tutorial videos that demonstrate the functions of the TLS-350
These quick tutorial videos were produced by USTtraining.com. Video content is provided as a courtesy from Ben Thomas at USTtraining.com. Videos cover the following topics:
A brief discussion about the functions available on the Veeder-Root TLS-350 Automatic Tank Gauge and how to check the functions set on your gauge, which are unique to your underground storage tank system. Functions checked include; in-tank inventory, in-tank test result reading, continuous statistical leak detection results, liquid status for interstitial sensors, and starting or stopping a leak test.
The primary job of an automatic tank gauge is to detect whether a tank is leak more than two tenths of a gallon per hour. In this video Ben Thomas shows us how to access the last leak detection test results on a TLS-350 automatic tank gauge and what the test results mean.
Many operators are unsure about whether their fueling system includes double-wall tanks or double-wall piping. This video gives operators a quick tip for how to determine whether their system includes secondary containment on their TLS-350 ATG. We will also determine how many interstitial monitors are included and their current status.
This video describes a quick way to check the basic inventory information of your fuel site using a TLS-350 automatic tank gauge. This quick report tells you how many tanks are on site, their product, ullage and current inventory.
This quick video discusses how to determine how much fuel to order without overfilling your tank using basic data from your TLS-350 ATG.