AXI’s FTS products are heavy-duty fuel transfer systems that move fuel between the requesting tank and demand source. These units ensure that mission critical systems have a ready and steady fuel supply to run at a moment’s notice. Depending on an individual’s requirements, these systems can be configured with a specific flow rate. Our options range from 2 to 16 GPM and also feature single or dual pumps for redundancy.
NEMA Rated Enclosure
Each AXI fuel transfer system is enclosed by a standard powder coated NEMA 4 rated cabinet with leak detection to alert users in the unlikely event of a fuel leak, and a drip basin to contain any spills.
Protect system components from the elements such as windblown dust and rain with NEMA 4 rated enclosures. Upgrade to NEMA 4X stainless steel for additional protection against corrosion. Prevent any unnecessary fuel spilling during system maintenance with a built-in spill basin. Be alerted in the unlikely case of a leak or spill with an included leak detection float sensor located in the system's drip basin.
Advanced Pump Protection
Protect Pump Components
Prevent pump damage at high flow rates with pump suction basket strainers, catching large particulates during routine fuel transfers. Remove, clean, and reuse the stainless steel strainer baskets when particulate buildup occurs. For dual pump configurations, evenly distribute natural wear with the system's automated pump alternation feature, maintaining dual pump redundancy by alternating which pump is in use for each transfer procedure.
Smart System Monitoring
Smart System Alarms & BMS Integration
通过t获得实时反馈系统状态he system controller, indicators, and alarms for system power, pump operation, high pressure, no flow, leak detection, and high vacuum. Integrate your FTS fuel transfer system with your building management system (BMS) for remote monitoring of the transfer systems and remote shutdown capabilities.
Transfer Fuel Between Multiple Storage Tanks
Pull fuel from and route to multiple source and destination tanks. Transfer fuel between tanks to achieve desired fuel levels in a particular tank. Monitor each tank's fuel levels via the system controller or established BMS Integration.