Fuels, lubricants, and gas
With a proper level monitoring, you gain full control over your facilities, whether you work with oils, fuels, or lubricants.
For fuel, it is important to continuously know how much there is in the tank, and to know that your contents are safely stored and handled. We all know that unplanned, out-of-schedule fuel replenishing can be costly. Especially when it comes to customer satisfaction. If you install level monitoring at your customer’s end, it will be easier for you to plan so that no one is unnecessarily out of fuel. And you will have an upper hand on your competition.
Our fuel level monitoring complies with restrictions and requirements. The systems ensure that you comply with existing technical regulations, including MSB’s (Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency) regulations on cisterns with flammable liquids. As operations manager, you can use our monitoring systems to both know any need for replenishing and if problems arise. Regardless of the type of fuel, MCD’s level monitoring ensures that you have full control in a cost- and time-efficient way. The right amount, in the right place, at the right time.
Although lubricants are often found in smaller cisterns and containers, your need for full control of your levels is just as big here. Especially if you more seldom use up all your content. With proper level monitoring you gain full control and can have a safer refilling schedule. Which also allows you to avoid unnecessary and business-critical downtime. As a supplier, you become more trusted, one that your customers always can rely on. This gives you a competitive advantage, as it is extremely important to know which suppliers deliver when needed. You can also plan your delivery routes easier and more cost-effectively because you see where and when new lubricant is needed.
Using our systems, you’ll have full control of your gases. You know your quantities, pressurization, and replenishing history. This includes all types of gases, regardless of whether they’re stored as liquids or in gaseous form. You can keep track of all types of gases, such as LNG, CNG, LPG and hydrogen. Hydrogen is a product that is becoming more and more common, partly because is being used for the manufacturing of hydrogen fuel cells.
Since the gas is very volatile, it is extra important to know if a leak occurs. For example, by being able to see the history of the quantities stored.