Never run out of SFGO

The Glen Fuels agri customers across three sectors - dairy, tillage and dry stock - require a full tank of SFGO 24/7.

Dipping the oil tank with a stick does not yield an accurate result. Dipping the tank is also messy, time consuming and dangerous in some instances. As a result, it's often put on the long finger. The tank then runs dry and production grinds to a halt.

Be in control with Magnus™ Monitors

The Glen Fuels Magnus™ Monitor System gives you complete control:

  • Check oil level on a smartphone 24/7
  • Glen Fuels remote oil tank monitoring
  • Order online via the app
  • Based on live usage, know when the next fill is due

Oil run outs damage machinery

Pumping oil into a completely empty tank means sediment that has settled at the base of the tank is disturbed. The gushing flow of the oil entering the tank causes the sediment to spin around in the body of the oil. If a fleet of tractors refuels as soon as the tank has been topped up, this sediment is going into the engine. A blocked filter slows things down and changing the filter means extra cost of time and money.

A tank should be filled before it runs dry. This means sediment (a) is less likely to swish around and (b) if some sediment is disturbed, it has time to settle because the machinery is out doing work.

Glen Fuels Magnus™ Monitors Farms

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