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Civacon to debut new overfill sensor during NTTC’s Tank Truck Week

Oct. 8, 2021
Company also set to highlight CivaCommand smart tank system, next-gen overfill detection monitor Oct. 10-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center in Dallas

Civacon will debut a new overfill sensor and highlight other new products during National Tank Truck Carriers’ Tank Truck Week, which is set for Oct. 10-13 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.

The company’s next-generation stainless-steel overfill sensor accurately and reliably monitors tank truck compartments for overfill, according to the truck tank components and systems supplier. Tank Truck Week, which is North America’s largest event for the industry’s owners, executives, operations, safety, and maintenance professionals, will provide the first opportunity for attendees to see the product on display.

Civacon also will spotlight its CivaCommand/CivaConnect Smart Tank System, and ROM III Overfill Detection Monitor.

The smart tank system uses digital communication technology to monitor all fuel loading and unloading activities, whether at the delivery site or fuel terminal, the company said. CivaCommand’s intuitive touchscreen, which is powered by the WiFi-enabled CivaConnect data-management system, controls all functions that prevent overfill, retain conditions, and fuel crossover, making day-to-day tasks simpler for drivers.

Digital alerts and safeguards enable the driver to be a more active partner in ensuring proper deliveries are completed every time, especially when compared to legacy manual processes and checklists. A new CivaCommand ROI Calculator lets existing and potential users see how quickly they can optimize their investment in the CivaCommand system.

The ROM III builds on the features and benefits of the ROM II model by adding two additional compartments, giving it eight total tank truck fuel compartments that are designed to monitor for overfill and retained-product conditions. It continues to offer industry-standard socket outputs for 2-wire (green) “thermistor” sockets, 5-wire (blue) “optic” sockets, and a “float” leading-rack relay output, Civacon said.

The ROM III meets North American, IECEx, and ATEX operational standards and works with both 12- and 24-volt systems.

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