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How to Keep Remote Fuel Tanks Safe and Full

How to Keep Remote Fuel Tanks Safe and Full

There are a few great ways you can keep your remote fuel tanks full and safe.

If you work in a remote area, there are a lot of different factors that you have to contend with. One big one is ensuring you have enough supplies and resources to complete the job at all times. When it comes to fueling needs, you should also think about having this resource as well as fully protecting it. Read on for a few great ways you can keep your remote fuel tanks full and safe at all times!

Make Sure Your Fuel Tanks are Protected

Working on remote job sites can really make security challenging, especially if nobody is staying there overnight. Without enough secure storage, fuel could be stolen overnight. With older storage tanks, stealing fuel is easy, especially if the access is locked and logs are done using paper. You could take a few steps to ensure your fuel tanks are protected.

  • Consider where your tank is located. If the tank is further back on your job site, you might have to consider focusing on the surrounding space rather than the front-gate access.
  • No matter where you place the fuel tank, it should always be surrounded by a locked fence, at the very least.
  • The kind of pump you pick can help with security. With a manual pump, you’ll have to make sure that it is locked after each use. Electric pumps can be locked up remotely and tank as well, so this is a nice choice for remote work sites.
  • Use tank monitoring software from your fuel supplier. This will help you see if there has been any theft from criminals and potential employees, which unfortunately could happen. Also, if there are any leaks inside of your tank, you should be able to see this with a monitoring unit.
  • Consider using security equipment such as alarms and cameras. This will help deter theft before it occurs.

Take Care of Fueling Needs

When you do not have to think as much about fuel security, you can focus on other logistics, such as getting fuel to your remote work site. You could manually track the fuel usage to keep up with demanding deliveries. Tank monitoring is another option for tracking fueling, but this is usually automated.

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