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Safety and Control System—“SCS”
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Safety and Control System—“SCS” The SCS System Working Principle
The display on the SCS monitor will indicate at any point of time the status of all the truck compartments and, by scrolling through the system, the status of any part of the SCS system per tank-truck compartment.
After the loading has been completed and the API adapters have been closed, the status of the tank-truck will visually indicate if it is sealed.
In case of opening of any of the manholes and/or API adaptors after the loading has been completed and before arriving at the service station, the display of the SCS monitor will switch to an un-sealed status allowing the service station owner to refuse the load.
The SCS system eliminates the frustration of verifying deliveries. In the event that one of the compartments cannot be emptied completely, at the push of a button the truck driver can change the status from “unsealed” to “resealed.”
Delivery information and GPRS coordinates can be uploaded and transferred via GPRS and/or printed. SCS monitors and stores data for 40 days on average.

Safety and Control System—“SCS”
    SCS monitor
EPU-600 Pawer supply unit and reserve accumulator supply
VCI-500 Communication interface
3470E Bluetooth printer
897SCS 4” API Adapter with handle and sight flow indicators
API-300 Double sensor for API adapters
MAN-300 Sensor on manhose cover
MAN-300-I Sensor for tank tilt
ESC10-105000 Cable set for SCS-300

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