We at Techno Kontrol have had our R&D department create and patent our very own fuel valve system (FVS), which may even contradict many physical principles but after many years of research and development we can not only prove its viability via the attached presentation, we can also prove that it is commercially viable as we already starting to sell it into local Petrol Stations throughout Spain. Our R&D´s next stage is to prepare such a product so as to be commercially viable for the tanker and airline industries.
We have also been informed (via our European Associates) that the EU are currently considering a complete overhaul and may even introduce a new tax levy on vapour contamination caused when refuelling ones vehicle. Therefore should a new levy like this be passed (as we at Techno Kontrol believe it will) our product will become even more commercially viable as it already meets all these new requirements and thus any operator already applying to use our new technology will avoid this issue.
Techno Kontrol Fueling Valve System with TK Alloy
Prior to releasing our product to the general market, we had an independent operator (one of the largest in Madrid) try it out for themselves. However we believe that there is no better validation of our product than that of a customer returning to buy more and we are happy to state that this is currently taking place already throughout Petrol Stations in Spain.
Original reports from Veeder-Root controller
Column 1 results: Without TechnoKontrol; Column 2 results: With TechnoKontrol
The above test was conducted both with and without our Techno Kontrol Fuelling valve systems (FVS).
You will be able to verify that without our valve system the refuelling amount (in Litres) taken over a 9 minute timescale and from a top loading vehicle was that of 2,914 litres meaning that the average amount of fuel entering the tank per minute was that of 323,77 litres.
However, when using our FVS system and the same vehicle, the amount refuelled throughout a 6 minute timescale was that of 2,967 litres meaning that the average amount of fuel entering the tank per minute was that of 495,50 litres.
The difference in litres was 171,73 litres per minute (i.e. 492,50 litres with the FVS system against 323,77 without), thus showing our systems obvious benefit within the marketplace.
Any operations director within the fuel industry understands that with rising costs in both fuel and manpower along with increasing restraints put on how long their drivers can operate on the road, the efficiency in loading and unloading product (in both a safe and secure manner) is becoming more and more important. Hence at Techno Kontrol we believe in our products ability so much that we are prepared to give you a free trial, so that you can see for yourself the savings that your department can make. Please feel free to contact our sales people within your area for more information.
On top of this, we are currently working alongside some of the largest insurance companies in the world so as to provide our clients with an additional 15 – 30 percent discount off their insurance policy. To find out more, please contact one of our sales representatives within your area.
Techno Kontrol Fueling Valve System installed
Other benefits of using our product and technology can be seen as follows:
Installed TechnoKontrol Fueling Valve System, Test tube & Gas pump
Section of a TechnoKontrol flame retarded valve
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