Gas Pumps Need Maintenance

Gas Pumps Need Maintenance

- in News Update

If you or your group are the owner or operator of petroleum fueling stations, convenience stores, or car washes, one of your most important tasks is making sure that all the operations are in compliance with environmental and safety regulations as well as CUPA certifications and SB989 testing, are completely up-to-date, and are not in violation of any federal, state, or local codes. If any part of the operation is not up to code, there is the risk of heavy penalties and even possible closure.

A properly certified and experienced gas pump maintenance dispatch department and its skilled technicians need to be on call 24 hours a day seven days a week to service all aspects of the multitude of facility and fueling system operations and facility maintenance, especially when there is a need for emergency repairs.

The knowledgeable field crews made up of professional maintenance personnel need to be OSHA, ICC, and API certified with the necessary certifications to design, construct, install, start up, diagnose problems, service, calibrate, perform trouble shooting, repair hopefully with a full service warehouse delivering parts 24 hours a day, do warranty work, and, if necessary, recommend replacements or upgrades.

Leaks and spills can also be incredibly dangerous, and regular compliance testing can help spot potential problems before they happen and fix small problems before they can damage property or severely injure employees or customers.

The company’s system uses the latest state-of-the-art technology to track the location and availability of their technicians, history of the sites, what equipment has been installed including alarm monitoring, and what the requirements are of the particular customer. It also documents all the compliance records and tracks upcoming compliance events so that the owner or operator can have peace of mind that nothing important will be overlooked.