Posts Tagged ‘interstitial’

Say Goodbye to the Cork Floats

NO MORE CORK Floats on our Leak Gauges.  

Krueger Sentry Gauge has a newly designed HDPE Plastic Float that is going to be in use on all of our Leak Gauges moving forward regardless of gauge size.  In the past, the only float available for our larger leak gauges was a poly coated cork.  This cork presented several problems in the field, especially since the advent of some of the new fuel blends.

Now we have a newly designed, oversized, plastic float that has enough buoyancy to float even our largest Leak Gauges.

This news is especially important for our Florida customers, where the FDEP would not allow the use of Cork.  The new plastic float is now the standard material on all interstial leak detection gauges.

The new floats have not affected pricing either.  As you know, we pride ourselves on our products being manufactured in the USA.  Not only that, but we also source all of our components from US manufacturers. This policy has not changed with our new plastic floats, which are sourced and manufactured in the USA.

As always, Simple, Durable, Inexpensive, Easy to Use.

(also pictured with the new Solid Glass Top Option.)

Above Ground Storage Tank Registration- Delaware DNR

Deleware Department of Natural Resources

http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/tanks/Documents/AST%20forms/AST%20Registration.pdf

Aboveground Storage Tank Registration. Doc. # 40-09-03/02/07/02

Krueger Sentry Gauge can fulfill requirements 18 and 19 of the DNR Registration Form.

18. Overfill Protection (High Level Alarm, Automatic Shut-off, Mounted Sight Glass, Manual Gauge, etc.)

19. Leak Detection (Visual Monitoring, In-tank Gauging System, Interstitial Monitoring, Soil Vapor Monitoring, SIR, Non-destructive testing, etc)

Links to applicable Products in this Post

Leak Gauge

Overfill Gauge

Therma Level Gauge

Audible Alarm Accessory

Depending on your application:

Parts and Accessories to make your gauge more durable.

Blogged by:

Lee Geurts- Krueger Sentry Gauge Co., Inc.

Colorado AST Tank Regulations changes as of April 2011

Committed to streamlining the operation and performance of risk

Above Ground Storage Tank Regulations. Changes to the aboveground storage tank (AST) regulations were effective April 14,. 2011. Changes were made to
www.cdphe.state.co.us/op/wqcc/…/SB181arDOPS2011.pdf
The above document states some changes regarding AST Regulations in the State of Colorado.  Important notes in regards to Krueger Sentry Liquid Level Gauges and these new regulations.
Our Leak Gauges provide simple and reliable interstitial leak detection for AST’s.
Plus, in regards to the Fire Protection section of the document, our gauges are offerered with an optional Glass Lined Calibration and a Gauge Guard which should bring the gauges up to fire code.  (Ask your local inspector.  Any questions, or explanation on these options please call Lee Geurts at 920-434-8860.)  For a visual on these options, visit our Parts and Accessories page.
Reblogged by Lee Geurts

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