Plastic fuel tanks have become popular in recent years. While they do eliminate the risk of corrosion, plastic tanks have their limitations. Specifically, their vent and return lines will eventually fail, resulting in a complete fuel tank replacement.
One of the best ways to monitor tank failure is by relying on a fuel tank monitoring system. Not only do these systems measure fluid levels, but they also provide information to a host database, allowing for remote fuel monitoring. While systems will vary, they may also have sensors that monitor temperature, pressure, and other important variables. By relaying the relevant indicators and detecting issues before they worsen, fuel tank monitoring systems help the operator determine when a tank replacement is necessary
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