Magnetostrictive tech uses electrical impulse for measurements,
AUSTIN, Texas — Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) is launching the Dover Magnetostrictive Probe (DMP). This product is the only probe from DFS that can be purchased, installed and used anywhere in the world.
Using magnetostrictive technology, the probe provides continuous readings of liquids inside of the tank, and is currently available as a wired model, with the release of the wireless model following later in the year. The DMP has the ability to monitor all fuel types and additives, including biofuels and AdBlue, while also supporting density, phase separation, leak detection and inventory management through the purchase of optional density float kits and aqueous ethanol floats.
The DMP is compatible with a wide range of DFS’ fuel management products, including the ProGauge MagLink LX family of consoles, the ProGauge MagDirect console, the Wayne Fusion Automation Server, and the OPW Fuel Management Systems SiteSentinel Nano and Integra consoles, and also has a range of certifications.
“The launch of this highly-anticipated product is a very positive step for DFS, and enables us to offer a truly global solution to our customers. The DMP probe is compatible with all other probes and consoles in the DFS product portfolio, making it very simple to integrate with existing fuel management solutions. We’re excited to launch this revolutionary probe to our customers, who have come to expect only the very best performance and quality from DFS products, and look forward to promoting the wireless version later this year,” said Stefano Scatena, DFS automatic tank gauge general manager.
“Our teams have worked very hard developing and testing this product to the highest standard over the last year. The launch of this probe takes us one step closer to achieving our company mission: to be a leading global provider of advanced, customer-focused technologies, services and solutions in the fuel and convenience retail sectors,” said Fergus Heading, DFS automatic tank gauge product manager.
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