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Industrial Wireless Leak detection System for Bulk Transport

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Nowadays, many industries look for automated system to undergo work successfully and efficiently in least possible time. Companies operating business operations at large scale consider using customized processes to monitor the functioning of their business.

Industrial remote control systems are such process which helps to monitor the business operations from remote location. This real-time industrial wireless controlling system provides information about the production, transportation and other areas of concern related to the industries.

At present, transport leak detection system is really well known in industrial area. These are designed specifically for propane, anhydrous ammonia and butane transports. These industrial wireless systems continually monitor the off-loading process looking for a rapid change in discharge pressure. The system detects a separated hose or failed connection and closes the tank internal valve within 1/2 second.

LDS Passive Systems incorporate a functional ‘Test’ button as a way to determine the unit’s readiness. These systems are easy to install and require no calibration or adjustment. In addition, the systems activate automatically by opening the internal valve or pipe guard. And the options include multi-pipe or multi-trailer sensors, automatic truck engine or PTO shut-down. The auxiliary control panels are available for LDS100 and LSD200 systems to allow drivers’ side unloading control.

There are different models of Industrial wireless transport leak detection system. These are given below:

Model # LDS 60: A fully automatic leak detection system for propane and anhydrous ammonia transports. This system has been designed & tested by design Certified Engineers to meet the compliance requirements of U.S. Hm225A and Canadian B620 regulations. The low powered control unit continually monitors piping and hose assemblies during the off-loading process. A failed pipe, or hose separation will cause the tank’s internal valve to close instantly and sound an audible back-up alarm. A simple “reset” button returns the unit to the monitoring state.

Model # LDS 100: An automatic leak detection and shut down system designed by professional engineers specifically for LPG and Anhydrous Ammonia bulk transfer. Trailer mounted unit continually monitors the off-loading process for “rate of change” parameters signifying broken or damaged hoses, fittings and piping. A leak is instantly detected and stopped by the closure of the tank internal valve. The truck’s engine can also be stopped and PTO disengaged if desired. This system automatically activates at the end of each load. This ensures that the system is fully operational and helps reduce the possibility of a damaged cargo pump due to product run out. This unit also “fails safe” and closes the internal valve with a loss of power or the release of the trailer parking brakes.

Model # LDS 200AQRF: This is designed to comply with DOT requirements for transports with both ‘metered’ and ‘bulk’ discharge capability. Combines all of the features described above for the LDS100 but includes a handheld with remote control ‘Query’ and ‘Emergency Stop’ buttons. An audible alarm sounds every 4:30 seconds giving the operator 30 seconds to respond by pushing the ‘Query’ button. Failure to push the ‘Query’ button results in automatic activation of the passive shut-down system.

BASE Engineering designs excellent industrial remote control systems for different engineering and commercial purposes.  Since 1996 over 50,000 BASEsystems have been employed around the globe to increase job safety and productivity in industrial wirelesstechnology. As a result of this design effort we have the confidence to offer a four year, no hassle, and replacement warranty on every product.

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