Using A Fuel Management System to Record Fueling Transactions

With the right fuel management system, you can record and track every action and transaction that relates to your fuel. You can also receive detailed, accurate and up-to-date information to monitor fuel assets and to identify and assess opportunities to improve your fueling procedures.

A fuel management system will help you follow all key transactions. When you augment it with FuelMaster’s Automotive Information Modules (AIM2), you can track even more information, on a per-vehicle basis.

Purchases, Inventory and Storage

Many fuel management systems work directly with your tank monitoring units so you always know exactly what types and amounts of fuel you have on hand.

Fuel Dispensing

The system records vehicle and site identification codes, authorized fuel type and quantity limit, service hours as well as hours and miles until next service is needed. With AIM2, fueling automatically stops if the wrong fuel is dispensed or the electronic connection between the fueling nozzle and vehicle is interrupted, eliminating the possibility of theft.

Vehicle Usage Details

Service hour information and mileage are captured to help you stay on schedule with regularly-planned maintenance. The system will also alert you to engine error codes that could indicate problems between regular services, so you can address them right away. You can keep your fleet healthier and on the road longer, stretching those always-limited budget dollars.

Driver Actions

AIM2 eliminates time spent on record-keeping, and captures information about run and idle times, maintenance needs, and odometer readings, which can help you streamline procedures and reporting.

A fuel management system can materially benefit any size operation that uses any type of liquid or gaseous pump-able fuel, even alternative fuels. That includes:

  • Fleet operators from large national firms to locally owned and operated trucking or bus companies
  • Marinas
  • Municipal or other government entities with police, fire or utility departments that maintain fleets
  • Fleet leasing companies Mobile fueling systems

Call Walden Environmental Engineering at (516)-624-7200 (NYC – Long Island), (845)-745-0888 (Hudson Valley Area), or (518)-698-3012 (Capital District Area) to discuss your needs today!

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