Fuel Oil Calibrating Bucke
Supply Ability:10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
fuel measuring can calibrated stainless steel fuel measuring can for fuel dispenser
1. Industrial packing: plastic tube+ cartons+ wooden pallets.
2. Commercial packing: bag+ color box+ cartons+ wooden pallets.
3. As the guests’ requirement.
Port:shanghai or qingdao or lianyungang
Lead Time :
|Quantity(Pieces)||1 – 1999||2000 – 5999||>5999|
|Est. Time(days)||5||15||To be negotiated|
stainless steel dispenser fuel Measuring can
Provers are the necessity in the gas station for metering the liquid. it is composed of:
Bleed lines are required (instead of bleed valves) on all new provers where air may be entrapped in the dry break coupler and
lines going to it.
The level condition of volumetric field standards must be determined by using levels to plumb the neck rather than depending on
the top of the neck to be level. The levels on volumetric field standards will be adjusted to agree with this level condition.
Values in the four tables have been updated and the minor scale division (subdivision) is defined as the neck uniformity
|product name||fuel dispenser measuring can|
|material||SS201/ 304/316 or carbon steel|
|application||Check gas station flow meter standards|
|Principle||The method of metering fuel is measuredas ofthe density of water at a constant volume of20″C|
|Accuracy||0.05%, 0.001%, 0.0002%|
description of measuring can
AISTAR-Calibrated Measures & Volumetric Provers
2.Built to NIST Handbook 105-3 Standards, OIML R-120 and API Manual of Petroleum Measurement Chapter 4
3.Manufactured of Series 304 Stainless Steel, which resists ordinary rusting, can be easily cleaned, resists organic chemicals, no
slag and requires no internal coating. Series 316 stainless steel is available upon request
4.Calibration By Standards Traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology
5.Graduated Neck with scale that is sealed
6.A butterfly valve is standard with the drain at the center point. This is the most versatile unit for use in the field whether
emptying into tank, using a pump or gravity discharge. A ball valve is optional. It is used mostly in laboratory applications or
where special application exists. The drain would then proceed at a 7 degree decline with the ball valve near the perimeter of the
Nominal volumes in each system are ideally selected in multiples of 1, 2, and 5 (liters or gallons) to facilitate calibration.
However, a prover may be built to any size to meet specific needs. Non-standard size volumetric field standards that comply with
all other requirements shall be considered to be in full compliance with this standard.
The temperature at which test measures and provers are referenced during calibration and during use for testing petroleum products
is generally 15.56 °C (60 °F). International standards reference petroleum products to 15 °C. Provers may be used for applications
other than petroleum products or in areas where a different reference temperature is used for petroleum products. In such cases,
the appropriate reference temperature for the application should be identified and used. For example, the reference temperature
for provers used in testing milk is 4.44 °C (40 °F).
Neck diameter of prover may vary; the critical factors to be considered which affect neck diameter is the volume above and below
nominal, the graduation sizes, the minimum space between graduations and the use of fill pipes and vapor recovery systems.
* “Total neck volume” is defined as the volume contained in the neck between the bottom-most
scale graduation and the top-most scale graduation.” If increased readability of range or
increased sensitivity is desired, the length of the reading scale on the prover may be adjusted with proportional adjustment of
neck diameter, provided vehicle/mounted height constraints are not exceeded.