Example FillSafe Zero Locomotive Kit - EMD SD70
Pressureless, Mechanical Tank Overfill Protection Solutions for Diesel Locomotives
Banlaw’s FillSafe Zero Flow Control Valves, Level Sensors, and Pilot Lines are the perfect safe filling solution for Locomotives.
Key system components can be mixed-and-matched to deal with all the usual idiosyncrasies related to tank architecture, fill speed, and refuelling processes.
Does your fleet need to fill from both sides, fill multiple tanks simultaneously, or include Auto ID technologies for your fuel management system? No problem.
Contact a specialist at Banlaw for the appropriate FillSafe Zero kit, drawings, and installation instructions for your machines.
For heightened refuelling safety, and for Locos operating on differing axle load limit rail networks, we also offer multiple selectable fill levels via our FillSafe Power solution.
Drill Rig Fueling System Upgrade
Peace of mind fuelling drill rigs, dozers, and an underground haul fleet. Read how FillSafe Zero helped this US gold miner eliminate spills and improve asset reliability.
We’ve been creating premium-quality solutions for liquid transfer, measurement, and control for 40 years. With well over 500 products in this catalogue spanning Refuelling, Fluid Transfer, Overfill Protection, and Fuel Management, we’ve got you covered.
Cat 992 Loader multi-tank refuelling
Following the success of the field trial, and subsequent multi-tank installations of FillSafe Zero, the solutions deployed for the Cowal Gold Mine have now been distilled into standardised and integrated Banlaw refuelling and overfill protection products.
FillSafe Power is an electronic overfill protection system suitable for a wide range of fluid types, flowrates, and a variety of tank refilling or refuelling applications.
Tank Overfill Prevention – Are your tanks spill free?
Are your generators, vehicles, plant equipment or stationary tanks overfilling? There are numerous ways to manage the risk of tank overfill, and in this blog article, we’ll lay out some of the most common, along with the pros and cons of each. Your first question is probably ‘Why should I...