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Colorado AST Tank Regulations changes as of April 2011

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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.
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Sight Gauge Overview Part 1 -Standard Therma Gauge

Therma Site Gauge 1This is the standard Therma Gauge Model designed to measure liquid level.  The base construction for this sight gauge is galvanized wetted rods with HDPE Floats and an Aluminum Bushing.  Other options are available for increased compatibility with various liquids.

This mechanical gauge is custom made in house to fit your tank.  Our flexible production process allows for custom sizes that range from 6 inches to 144 inches in total length.  We can also customize the level indicator to accommodate for double walls and pipe risers.  For more info on sizes, see the Sight Gauge Order Help

Standard Sight Gauge construction of materials works great as:
  • Diesel Fuel Gauge
  • Gasoline Gauge (for longer life add the Glass Calibration.  Increases resistance to fumes and heat.)
  • Fuel Oil Gauge
  • Motor Oil Gauge
Visit the Standard Therma Gauge web page for more info and documentation.
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