Preventative Maintenance Services

We offer flexible maintenance programs typically performed quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.

 

Preventative maintenance performed on emergency generators is fairly common. However, maintenance of pumpsets, control panels and other system components typically found in a fuel transfer system, is sometimes overlooked. Emergency power won’t be there when you need it if fuel does not reach the generator. A program should be instituted for maintaining the transfer pumps and controls that bring fuel to these generators.  

 

We didn’t provide the original equipment? No problem. We maintain systems from other manufacturers. We’ll come in and do a system evaluation at no charge. We will then provide a proposal for a Preventative Maintenance program tailored to your needs.

 

We Currently Maintain Over 100 Systems Nationwide

 

The following is a detailed breakdown of the points inspected and/or tested by an ISP technician during contract maintenance of each portion of the fuel oil transfer system. Not all item apply to all jobs.

 

Tank Management Panels & Level Sensors:

-Visually inspect all wiring terminations

-Visually inspect pump start signal terminations

-Verify overload settings

Check voltage to panel

-Test programmable logic controller

-Check and activate field inputs, assuring the PLC receives the appropriate signals

Mechanical:

-Inspect pipe, fittings and valves

-Start motors and check pump rotation

-Check to see that flow switches activate

-Cycle oil to header or day tank

Control Panels:

-Visually inspect all wiring terminations

-Visually inspect pump start signal terminations

-Verify overload settings

Check voltage to panel

-Test programmable logic controller

-Check and activate field inputs, assuring the PLC receives the appropriate signals

Valve Status - Manual & Motorized:

-Manually open and close valves with limit switches to verify the master and remote panel receive the proper signals

-Cycle motorized valves open and closed from associated control panels

-Manually disengage fusible link valves and verify signals are received at the master and remote panels

Filtration:

-Isolation valves misaligned

-Test additive low level

-Test pump leak switch

-Test filter DP alarm/Test strainer DP alarm

-DP Reading

-Clean strainers

Test water storage tank full alarm

-test water in fuel alarm

-Change filters

Main Storage Tank/Day Tank/Header:

-Fuel sample analysis

-Visual inpection of piping, gauges, etc.

-Cycle tank selection valves

-Cycle header selection valves

-Manually stick all tank to verify accuracy of gauging components

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