How to check for hidden dangers in gas station equipment?

In hot weather, how do gas station staff check for hidden dangers in gas station equipment? How to make the gas station operate efficiently and for a long time is a question that every gas station is thinking about.

The placement, installation, and laying of the oil pipelines at the gas station are not standardized or the depth from the ground is not enough. When the weather is hot, the temperature of the oil pipelines and pipelines rises,

which will cause the following difficult faults in the gas station:

  • During the hottest period, the exhaust pipe of the gas station spits oil out when it is not refueling. This phenomenon often occurs in gasoline engines with a small amount of refueling. The reason is that the temperature of the pipeline is high, and the volume of the internal oil expands, and even vaporizes, causing the oil pressure in the pipeline to be too high and spit out through the exhaust hole. Assuming that this gas station refuels frequently, the oil in the pipeline is constantly updated, the pipeline temperature will drop, and this type of fault will rarely occur.
  • There is a pause during refueling and frequent exhaust.
  • The flow rate of the gas station is unstable, and the flow rate changes from large to small.
  • The metering of the gas station is inaccurate.
  • The number of the gas station switchboard.
  • The gas station does not supply oil when the weather is hot.

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When the weather is hot, the air humidity increases. We should pay attention to the following cooling and moisture-proof measures for control equipment to avoid causing communication segments of control equipment, unstable program operation, crashes, burnt components, etc.

  •  Pay attention to the cooling and moisture-proofing of industrial computers, monitors, printers, and UPS power supplies.
  • Pay attention to cooling and moisture-proofing of communication controllers, hubs, and liquid-level controllers.
  • Pay attention to whether the plugs, plugs, and sockets of each control equipment are firmly plugged in.
  • Pay attention to whether the power supply lines and ground wires of each control equipment are firmly connected.

In addition, pay attention to the following matters:

1. Correct power-on and power-off sequence.

The control equipment must be turned off correctly, otherwise it will affect its service life. The correct power-on and power-off sequence of the control equipment is: turn on the power, first connect and turn on the power of the peripheral devices of the control equipment (such as monitors, printers, etc.), and then turn on the power of the host of the control equipment; the shutdown sequence is just the opposite, turn off the host power first, and then disconnect the power of other peripheral devices.

2. Use control equipment safely and by regulations.
  •  The control equipment should not be placed in dusty places (such as windows near the roadside, etc.), and should be covered with dust covers when not in use; it should not be placed in humid places, and attention should be paid to the heat dissipation of the control equipment to avoid direct sunlight on the computer; if conditions permit, it can be placed in a special control equipment room and use air conditioning equipment to maintain a constant temperature of 23±2 degrees, a temperature change rate of 5 degrees per hour, and no frost, and a relative humidity of 45%-65%.
  •  It is strictly forbidden to use other electrical appliances on the power socket dedicated to the control equipment.
  •  The control equipment cannot be moved when it is working.
  • Do not plug and unplug the equipment, frequently turn on and off the machine, and plug and unplug the interfaces (except the USB interface) with power on when the control equipment is working, otherwise, it is easy to burn the interface card or cause damage to the integrated circuit.
  • Anti-static and dust-proof, do not let the keyboard, mouse, and other equipment get into the water.
  • Back up data regularly and organize the disk. Due to frequent use of hard disks, viruses, misoperation, etc., some data is easily lost. Therefore, it is necessary to frequently back up some important data to prevent the work completed in a few months from being lost due to untimely backup.
  • Report problems in time to ensure that the control equipment is always in good working condition, including whether the equipment has abnormal problems and whether the wiring is loose.
  • Prevent computer viruses, install firewalls, upgrade regularly, and check for viruses.
  • For units and individuals with important data on control equipment, in addition to paying attention to software maintenance and protection, UPS should be prepared to prevent power outages from damaging the control equipment hardware and software. Special attention should be paid to areas with abnormal city power.
  • In case of abnormal situations, call the technicians for consultation. Do not operate on your own to avoid damaging the computer hardware and software.

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