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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Exxon Mobil Corp. will enroll its company-owned and -operated sites in New York and Connecticut in Gilbarco Veeder-Root's daily flow monitoring service by July 31.
Daily flow monitoring enables early identification and resolution of conditions that compromise flow rate, helping to ensure that consumers experience the fastest possible fueling and retailers enjoy maximum throughput. Gilbarco's daily flow monitoring is a Web-based service that provides real-time, 24-hour reporting of fuel flow rates at each fueling position across a retailer's network, according to Greg Sears, director of marketing, FMS at Gilbarco. The service will also send an e-mail to the maintenance manager if the flow rate at any fueling position drops below the predefined performance threshold.
"The Daily Monitoring Service is also an excellent complement to ExxonMobil's existing Veeder-Root TLS 350R tank monitoring equipment," said Sears. "The service enables ExxonMobil to maximize the value, cost savings and operational efficiencies from their installed base of TLS equipment."