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HURLL NU-WAY: ONE-STOP SHOP FOR MOBILE FUEL SOLUTIONS
Fuel delivery trucks, tank trucks, mobile trailers have the task of handling and metering fuel.
The major challenge for the business is to avoid loss of product, time and money.
High quality equipment is required for the efficient performance of petrochemical transport, which would include pumps, meters and hydraulic coolers.
Hurll Nu-Way offers high quality equipment from leading manufacturers – a one-stop shop for mobile fuel applications.
Petrochemical tankers/mini tankers typically use pumps mounted directly to the bottom of the tank or foot-mounted pumps mounted on the chassis of the truck and piped to the bottom of the tank.
The best technology option for this type of transport is Sliding Vane.
These pumps are driven either by a PTO connection coming from the truck’s engine or by a hydraulic motor direct mounted to the pump.
There would be a hydraulic pump system mounted on the truck to drive the motor on the pump.
Hurll Nu-Way offers a range of sliding vane pumps including Corken PT, PZ and Coro-flo series.
Available in most sizes, they are characterised by high pumping efficiency, low noise, thrust bearing design for durability, with a hydraulic drive option.
They are available in foot and truck mounted designs for versatility and are easy and cost effective to maintain.
The trucks are also equipped with meters that measure the amount of product being dispensed for point of custody transfer and/or for billing purposes.
Hurll Nu-Way offers a variety of metering technologies for the mobile petrochemical industry.
When it comes to LPG, it offers the only truck-mounted mass flowmeter in the market, with over 12 years of proven performance.
Introduced in 2002, the world's first mass flowmeter designed to meet the rigorous demands of the LPG bobtail/tanker environment, Neptune/Red Seal mass flowmeter is highly accurate and virtually maintenance free.
A mass flowmeter utilises Coriolis effect and provides volumetric flow measurement of propane gases when interfaced with a Liquip electronic register. The addition of Modbus allows getting a direct measurement of Mass, Density and Temperature.
The third component contributing to the performance of a mini tanker is hydraulic oil cooler, combining the functions of an oil tank, oil cooler and security relief valve.
Hurll Nu-Way offers HydraFlow hydraulic oil cooler, featuring downward facing fan for quieter operation.
Ranging from 21cm to 28cm, these units can be mounted in tight installations, and bring the benefits of maximum efficiency and minimized filter damage with filter bypass valve.
Hurll Nu-Way Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 556 380
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