Safe Refuelling

As the Pioneers of Unified Fuel Management, Banlaw have spent three decades refining the functionality of the refuelling area to keep it safe whilst still achieving speeds of up to 1,000lpm. Our safety expertise covers fuel management as well as storage and use of other hydrcarbons. Outsource your safety consulting to save time and money whilst keeping your employees and equipment safe. Our staff value the same safety policies as you and can help you meet all relevant safety criteria. We are proud of our safety record and the piece of mind it gives you on your site.

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When refuelling faster than Formula One is not enough – The world’s toughest and safest Dry Break Couplers

Here at Banlaw we believe in creating the fastest, cleanest and safest diesel refuelling nozzles and equipment. We’ve been at it for 40 years, and our high speed refuelling hardware range now includes nozzles, receivers, vents, diesel loading arms, holsters, swivels, break-away valves and more. Each component has been engineered with an optimised fluid path, along with contamination-prevention features.

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FillSafe Zero

Banlaw’s mechanical tank overfill protection systems help mining, construction, and rail companies that need to refuel diesel-powered machines efficiently and safely. They achieve this by avoiding productivity loss from underfills, overfills, and tank damage while delivering substantially higher flow rates under normal operating conditions.

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Refuelling

We design, engineer and manufacture a range of high performance diesel refuelling components including dry break nozzles, dry break receivers, vents and dust caps. Our products are designed and built for reliability and performance, and used in some of the harshest work environments around the world. Our Dry Break Nozzles are made from steel and aluminium and are ergonomically designed for easy and balanced operation even under high pump pressures. Banlaw dry break nozzles have the highest flow rate capability to help you improve diesel refuelling times and reduce vehicle downtime.

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Refuelling Faster than Formula One

Fuel is the number one consumable expense for most heavy industrial operations and fleets. Inefficient refuelling wastes significant time and money. Formula One fans are currently waiting for the FIA to confirm whether in-race refuelling will be allowed once more. While Bernie Ecclestone and some drivers are all for it, there are also safety and cost considerations. When refuelling was last introduced to F1 in 1984, the pit lane went from being somewhere to stop with a problem, to the place where competitive advantage is achieved. On this highly visible stage races were won with a combination of high speed refuelling hardware, a well-trained team, and optimised processes.

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