Monitor your interceptors to improve service efficiency, cut running costs, and meet environmental legislation
Legislation states that interceptors must be fitted with a method of warning when oil is at 90% of the tank storage capacity: in addition to this, when there is a high liquid level. Our interceptor alarms provide these warnings locally and remotely when required, with the added benefit of being able to trigger remote, and automatic shut-off valves. The units can also be wired directly into BMS and EMS systems.
Monitoring the interceptor in most cases highlights the unnecessary servicing of tanks, and shows that where tanks may be being emptied on a monthly basis, the end user can now have them serviced once a quarter. In short, the systems generally pay for themselves within twelve months, and therefore can be accommodated in most sites’ immediate budget.