Standard Krueger sight gauges are best known in the petroleum equipment industry for providing inexpensive yet reliable liquid level fill gauges for all types of tanks. Yet with the growing amount of alternative fuels including bio diesel and E-85, we found it advantageous to create sight gauge packages that include all stainless steel or all plastic components. This created an excellent side effect.
LED At A Glance Remote Monitor – Liquid Level
The LED At A Glance, a remote display accessory for the Krueger line of liquid level gauges, has been put through some rigorous weather tests and has passed with flying colors.
Krueger Sentry Gauge can provide a high-level overfill alarm (both visual and audible) to notify the person filling the tank that the fluid has reached 90 percent. This should satisfy step eleven on the inspection sheet. See the example products and documents from our website.
Means shall be provided to prevent overfilling by sounding an alarm when the liquid level in the tank reaches 90 percent of capacity and by automatically stopping the delivery of liquid to the tank when the liquid level in the tank reaches 95 percent of capacity.
What is required for new tank installations?
All new tank installations must have….
New models available for the Krueger Audible Overfill Prevention Alarms
The Audible Alarm accessory for the Krueger Gauge line of products has become a hot selling item. Able to provide audible overfill protection or audible low level warnings, it is a convenient and inexpensive solution. In response to feedback, we are now offering the Overfill Gauge Alarm in several new configurations. All of the configurations are available in both our remote mounted versions and direct mounted versions.
The new solid glass gauge display offers the same or better physical durability as the original plastic tops. However, this new glass gauge top offers much better resistance to sun damage, heat, weathering, chemical fumes, and more.
Inspectors from the state Department of Environmental Resources are ramping up efforts to find unregistered fuel storage tanks, as one local farmer discovered when he was recently fined by the DEP because he had not obtained a permit for his 8,000-gallon tank.