Western Global Introduces the Portable Fuel Island
Self-contained fuel station is self-monitoring and “ready to use” upon arrival.
Western Global is living up to its reputation as an industry-wide leader in innovative fuel storage solutions with the rollout of their new Fuel Island. The lineup of these self-contained fuel stations, complete with remote monitoring technology, as well as integrated, cloud-based remote monitoring equipment for fuel consumption tracking, allows for a self-contained fuel station that can be deployed immediately and with less resources. The powerful combination of these features with Western Global’s trusted TransTank fuel tanks makes this station ideal for commercial fleet refueling.
“Site setup and installation time is greatly reduced compared to a conventional site-built solution, as the Fuel Islands are largely ‘ready to use’ when they arrive at the customer’s location. Our team works with the specific local authorities for the client’s site to ensure full compliance prior to setup.”
- Bob Lennox, Western Global’s North American Fuel Solutions Group sales lead
The Fuel Island can be configured with either an in-cabinet or out-of-cabinet solution to ensure there is a fully compliant design for just about every jurisdiction and fuel type.
Customers can choose from three Fuel Island equipment packages designed to fit any application and budget. Every package includes a fuel tank (available in three sizes) on a skid mount, dispensing equipment, a fuel inventory monitoring system, cardlock equipment, an electrical panel and all necessary plumbing and wiring. Western Global’s highly skilled operations team pre-assembles and installs all components so every Fuel Island is delivered ready to use.
At the heart of every Fuel Island is its tank. The TransTank P-Series, from Western Global’s robust line of stationary bulk storage fuel containers, ensures environmental safety with double-walled tanks with spill containment. A lockable equipment cabinet provides added security. Available in capacities ranging from 3,124 gallons (11,828 liters) to 17,731 gallons (67,119 liters), TransTank P-Series tanks are designed with an access manway on top as well as a built-in ladder, making routine maintenance and inspection easy.
By Ashley Burt
on February 7, 2018
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