Truck Grounding Systems

Truck Grounding Systems from Carbis Australia

By: Carbis Australia  23-Nov-2015
Keywords: Continuous Monitoring Grounding, Grounding Monitoring Devices, Truck Grounding Systems,

Prevent deadly static sparks associated with static electricity while transferring flammable products. The new Carbis RTR represents the most advanced static hazard protection available today. The system is designed to protect plant assets and personnel from the explosive dangers of electrostatic charge build-up, which can occur during the loading/unloading of tanker trucks. Carbis uses a patented technology to ensure that the grounding of road tankers is always reliable and safe due to a positive and verified connection to the tanker vehicle, a verified low-resistance connection to the ground, and tanker-to-grounding-point connection measuring fewer than 10 ohms that is continually monitored during the entire product transfer operation. Once all these parameters are verified, the RTR allows the product transfer to begin. Should any static be generated on the tanker truck during the transfer operation, it is immediately transferred to the verified ground. There is no need to install any special equipment on a tanker truck, since the Carbis RTR functions with a Universal Grounding Clamp that can be used with all the common types of bulk tankers without modification. Tank Truck Recognition Our Earth-Rite™ Ground Monitoring System only allows product transfer when the tank truck is grounded. Positive Ground Recognition Automatically confirms positive static ground connection. Ground Connection Monitoring Continuously monitor clamp and ground connection during transfer. The Earth-Rite™ RTR™ ensures the highest possible levels of safe, positive grounding for tank trucks during flammable transfer operations. Unlike conventional systems, the Earth-Rite™ RTR™ provides fail safe confirmation of the static ground condition using patented Intrinsically Safe Electronics and Universal Ground Clamp.

Keywords: Continuous Monitoring Grounding, Grounding Monitoring Devices, Truck Grounding Systems,

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