In general, the first question we receive from our customers after our presentations. We are always the same. What do you lose when your operation stops for 1 hour?
Diesel Fuel Continuous Maintenance Systems perform a number of important tasks in a test. First protect the fuel lines and equipment of the tank, installation, and Emergency Power systems. It ensures longer service life. For example, if the injector manufacturer of the generator determines the number of hours of operation time for that part, that injector guarantees the optimum quality of fuel, which is the most important factor for clock operation. This is important because investor tanks, installations and expensive equipment and machinery where the fuel is processed do not want to break down before, break up and leave the retirement.
Secondarily; Diesel Fuel Continuous Maintenance Systems prevent the depleted fuel from being dumped outside your control. Consider that you store 20m3 of fuel in your facility. A commercial value of about 100 Thousand Liras is waiting in your tank. Paid paid. You do not want to get rubbish.
And most importantly, the Diesel Fuel Continuous Maintenance System prevents the worst-fueled stance, which is one of the most important risks of “Operational Continuity”, which caused you to pay for the fuel of 100 Thousand Lira which is the subject of the previous example.
Now let’s answer the problem;
What is the Return Rate of the Investment?
If you stay without energy, the shop goes to your house, and if you go back the next day without losing anything, this investment will not come back. If you are an intolerant critical operation in terms of downtime, commercial or life risks, and you can not even estimate the results, it is time for the investment return speed setup.