Operation and Service Manual for HERMetic TOMSYS

Operation and Service Manual for HERMetic TOMSYS
Operation and Service Manual for
HERMetic TOMSYS
for use in non corrosive liquids
Portable digital automatic gas tight
Topping-off monitoring system
MED-D
Note 1: to identify the unit refer to section 2
Note 2: before using the instrument please read this book.
Note 3: this document is subject to changes without notice.
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1. Table of contents
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................... 3
2. IDENTIFICATION OF YOUR EQUIPMENT....................... 4
2.1 SERIAL NUMBER..................................................... 4
2.2 ABBREVIATIONS...................................................... 4
9.3.1.3 Menu Language....................................... 25
9.3.2 Battery status.............................................. 25
9.3.3 Sensor parking............................................ 25
9.4CHECKING THE FUNCTIONS BEFORE USING THE UNIT............................................................... 26
3. GENERAL INFORMATION................................................ 6
9.4.1 Battery........................................................ 26
3.1 SHIPMENT NOTE..................................................... 6
9.4.2 Level monitor and Ullage detector............... 26
3.2 INITIAL INSPECTION................................................ 6
3.3 DOCUMENTATION DISCREPANCIES....................... 6
3.4 WARRANTY............................................................. 6
3.5 CERTIFICATION........................................................ 7
3.5.1 Ex Certificates............................................... 7
3.5.2 Classification society certificate..................... 7
3.6 SPARE PARTS.......................................................... 7
3.7 SERVICE AND REPAIR............................................. 7
4. WORLDWIDE SERVICE STATIONS NETWORK.............. 9
5. RECOMMENDATION FOR SAFE USE........................... 10
6. FUNCTIONS - KEY FEATURES...................................... 11
7. DESCRIPTION................................................................ 12
9.5 INSTALLATION OF THE UNIT................................. 26
9.6 LEVEL MONITORING............................................. 26
9.7 ULLAGE DETECTION............................................. 26
9.8 TRANSPORTATION................................................ 26
10. CARE AND MAINTENANCE........................................... 27
10.1 SAFETY WARNING................................................. 27
10.2 CARE..................................................................... 27
10.3 CHECKING THE BATTERY..................................... 27
10.4 BATTERY REPLACEMENT..................................... 27
10.5 DISPLAY UNIT REPLACEMENT.............................. 28
10.5.1 Disconnecting the display unit................... 28
10.5.2 Connecting the display unit....................... 28
10.6DISTANCE VERIFICATION...................................... 28
10.7 PLASTIC PARTS..................................................... 28
10.8 CALIBRATION RECOMMENDATIONS.................... 28
7.1 GENERAL............................................................... 12
7.2 TOMSYS SENSING PROBE................................... 14
7.3 TAPE...................................................................... 14
11. TROUBLE SHOOTING.................................................... 29
7.4 DISTANCE MEASUREMENT................................... 15
11.1 SAFETY WARNING................................................. 29
7.5 GAS TIGHTNESS................................................... 16
7.6 GASKETS............................................................... 16
11.2 EMERGENCY CRANK............................................ 29
7.7 HOUSING AND LID................................................ 16
11.3 POWER SUPPLY TROUBLES................................. 29
7.8 OTHERS................................................................. 16
11.4 TRANSMISSION TROUBLES.................................. 29
7.9 DEMO MODE FUNCTION....................................... 16
11.5SENSOR MOVING TROUBLES.............................. 30
8.EXAMPLES OF INSTALLATION OF THE
GAUGING SYSTEM........................................................ 17
8.1 GENERAL............................................................... 17
8.2EXAMPLE OF INSTALLATION ON A PIPE,
CONNECTOR Q2................................................... 18
9. OPERATION.................................................................... 20
9.1BASIC RULES CONCERNING THE 5-KEY CONTROL PAD...................................................... 20
9.2QUICK START........................................................ 21
9.2.1 Level monitoring.......................................... 21
9.2.2 Ullage detection.......................................... 21
9.2.3 Preset......................................................... 22
11.5.1 Moving trouble on the way down.............. 30
11.5.2 Moving trouble on the way up................... 30
11.6DISTANCE MEASUREMENT TROUBLES............... 30
11.7 SENSOR ERRORS................................................. 30
11.8 TILT ERRORS......................................................... 31
11.9VISUAL INSPECTION FOR DAMAGED OR MISSING
PARTS.................................................................... 31
8.3EXAMPLE OF INSTALLATION ON THE DECK,
CONNECTOR Q2................................................... 19
9.3SERVICE MENU..................................................... 24
9.3.1 Settings....................................................... 24
9.3.1.1 Distance measurement scale................... 24
9.3.1.2 Distance measurement resolution............ 24
12. SPECIFICATIONS........................................................... 32
13. SPARE PARTS................................................................ 33
13.1 HOW TO PROCEED............................................... 33
13.2 LIST OF PARTS DESCRIPTIONS............................ 33
13.3 SPARE PARTS DRAWINGS.................................... 33
14. VALVES DRAWINGS....................................................... 39
14.1 VALVES DRAWINGS LIST....................................... 39
14.2 DRAWINGS............................................................ 39
15 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................ 51
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2. Identification of your equipment
2.1 Serial number
Identification plate
Each HERMetic instrument is individually identified with a
6 digits serial number starting with the letter T, example T10025.
This serial number is printed on the identification plate that is located on top of the device. See Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1
2.2 Abbreviations
Some abbreviations are used to define the equipment. Refer to following table and to Figure 2-2.
Abbreviation
Meaning
ETCE
Special PTFE used for extruding
FFKM
Perfluoro rubber, special for chemical applications
FKM
Fluoro rubber for crude oil and some products applications
NBR
Acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (nitrile rubber)
PE
Polyethylene
PEHD
Polyethylene High Density
PFA
Perfluoro alkoxyl alkane
PTFE
Polytetrafluoroethylene
Q1
Connector 1”
Q2
Connector 2”
SS1
Stainless steel Storage tube 1”
SS2
Stainless steel Storage tube 2”
TEFZEL
ETFE coating of the tape
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Mechanical housing
Display unit
Storage tube SS2
Quick connector Q2
Sensing probe TOMSYS
Figure 2-2
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3. General information
3.1 Shipment note
The following parts should be included in the shipment:
When returned to Enraf Tanksystem SA or any of its agreed
Service Stations equipment must be contamination-free.
If it is determined that the Purchasers equipment is
• 1 instrument fitted out with six (6) batteries in the display;
contaminated, it will be returned to the Purchaser at the
• 1 Allen keys: 3 mm;
Purchasers expense. Contaminated equipment will not be
• 1 emergency crank,
repaired, replaced, or covered under any warranty until
• 1 Operation and Service Manual.
such time that the said equipment is decontaminated by
the Purchaser.
3.2 Initial inspection
Check the contents of the shipment for completeness and note
whether any damage has occurred during transport. Carry out
the “Initial test” refer to 9.4 “Checking the functions before using
The Purchaser shall notify by fax, email or in writing of any
defect immediately upon discovery, specifying the nature of the defect and/or the extend of the damage caused
thereby.
the unit” to verify the good functioning.
Where no other conditions have been negotiated between the
If the contents are incomplete, or if there is a damage, do
Vendor and the Purchaser “General Conditions 188” of United
not use the device, a claim should be filled with the carrier
Nations shall apply.
immediately, and Enraf Tanksystem SA Sales or Service
organization should be notified in order to facilitate the repair or
replacement of the instrument.
This instrument has been certified as Intrinsically Safe
Instrumentation for only those classes or categories of
hazardous areas stated on the instrument label, bearing the
mark of the applicable approval authority. No other usage is
3.3 Documentation discrepancies
authorized.
The design of the instrument is subject to continuous
Unauthorized repair or component replacement by the
development and improvement. Consequently, the instrument
Purchaser will void this guarantee and may impair the intrinsic
may incorporate minor changes in detail from the information
safety of the instrument. In particular it is not allowed to repair
contained in the manual.
electronic circuits.
In no event shall Enraf Tanksystem SA be liable for indirect,
3.4 Warranty
One (1) year after installation but max. 18 months after
delivery ex works except batteries.
The Vendor undertakes to remedy any defect resulting
from faulty design materials or workmanship. The Vendor’s
obligation is limited to the repair or replacement of such
defective parts by his own plant or one of his authorized
service stations. The Purchaser shall bear the cost and
risk of transportation of defective parts and repaired parts
supplied in replacement of such defective parts.
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incidental or consequential loss or damage or failure of any kind
connected with the use if its products or failure of its products to
function or operate properly.
Enraf Tanksystem SA do not assume the indemnification for any
accident or damage caused by the operation of its product and
the warranty is limited to the replacement of parts or complete
goods.
3.5 Certification
3.5.2 Classification society certiifcates
The HERMetic TOMSYS is certified by following classification
3.5.1 Ex certificates
societies:
ABS Certificate of design assessment
Enraf Tanksystem SA is an ISO 9001 certified company by QMI
and MED-D certified company by Det Norske Veritas Certification GmbH.
3.6 Spare parts
When ordering spares identify the spare part by TS number and
description. Refer to section “Drawings”.
Some spares might be repairable; in this case send the part(s) to any authorised service center or to the factory.
The equipment has been approved for the electrical intrinsic
safety by the following authorities :
In case of urgency, complete replacement units can be made
available. Contact the factory or nearest Service Station for
details.
IECEx Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
-20°C < Ta < 50°C
Standards used:
IEC 60079-0, ed. 5.0 (2007-10),
IEC 60079-11, ed. 5.0 (2006-07),
IEC 60079-26, ed. 2.0 (2006-08)
3.7 Service and Repair
The customer is responsible for any freight and customs
clearance charges. If units are sent on a “freight collect” the
charges will be invoiced to the customer.
When returning units or parts for repair to the factory please fill
ATEX
II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga
out a service request form (see next page). The serial number
-20°C < Ta < 50°C
(letter “T” followed by 5 digits) is printed on the identification
Standards used:
plate as shown on the Figure 2-1.
EN 60079-0:2009,
EN 60079-11:2007
When returned to Enraf Tanksystem SA equipment
EN 60079-26:2007
must be contamination-free. If it is determined that
the customers equipment is contaminated, it will be
Factory Mutual
returned to the customer at the customers expense.
(FM Approvals) CL I, DIV 1, GP C & D, Tamb 50°C
Contaminated equipment will not be repaired until
such time that the customer decontaminates the said
CL I, ZN 0, AEx ia IIB T4 Tamb 50°C
Standards used:
equipment.
3600:1998 (General)
3610:2010 (Instrinsic Safety)
Regarding product compliance against standards updates or
new standards, please refer to the Declaration of conformity.
If you need a copy of any of these certificates please contact:
Enraf Tanksystem SA
Rue de l’industrie 2
1630 Bulle, SWITZERLAND
Telephone
: +41-26-91 91 500
Telefax
: +41-26-91 91 505
Web site
: www.tanksystem.com
E-mail
: tanksystem@honeywell.com
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Service Request
Customer’s address: ..................................................................................................................................
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Telephone: ..................................................................................................................................................
E-mail: .........................................................................................................................................................
Fax: .............................................................................................................................................................
Type of unit or part: ....................................................................................................................................
.....................................................................................................................................................................
Serial number: ............................................................................................................................................
Short description of trouble: ......................................................................................................................
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Do you want a quotation before repair is started: . ............................... yes / no ...................................
Repaired unit has to be returned to the following address:
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4. Service station network
Service station network list can be found on our website at www.tanksystem.com.
For repairs, please contact the after sales department at
tanksystem@honeywell.com
or
Send your device to
Enraf Tanksystem SA Rue de l’Industrie 2 1630 Bulle Switzerland
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5. Recommendation for safe use
1.This Operation and Service Manual is a guide in order
6.In the absence of such instructions the following should
to help the user to operate the instrument to our best
knowledge.
be noted:
6.1. If a metal sounding pipe is fitted beneath the
2.Nevertheless the maker disclaims all responsibility and
deck valve or tank is inerted, then ullaging, etc. is
liability for damage resulting from the use of the equipment
regardless of the cause of the damage.
permissible at any time with no restriction.
6.2. If there is no sounding tube or tank is not inerted, the
following precautions shall be taken:
3.Attention is drawn to the possible hazard due to
electrostatic charges which may be present in the
6.2.1. If the cargo is not a static accumulator liquid,
tank. This may happen in particular with static
i.e. its conductivity is more than 50 pS/m,
accumulator liquids, i.e. liquids which have low then ullaging is permitted provided that the
conductivity of 50 picoSiemens/metre (pS/m) or less.
instrument is properly grounded and earthed
before the probe is inserted into the tank and
4.It is very important that the instrument is grounded to
remains earthed until the probe has been
the tank before the probe is introduced into the tank
and remains grounded until after complete withdrawal
from the tank.
removed from the tank.
6.2.2. If the cargo is a static accumulator liquid, i.e. its
conductivity is less than 50 pS/m, then ullaging
4.1. If the instrument is installed with the genuine
Tanksystem quick connect coupler, grounding is
effected through the quick connect coupler and the
is permitted provided that:
earthed before the probe is inserted into
mating nipple of the valve provided that these parts
the tank and remains earthed until the
are kept clean and free from corrosion in order to
guarantee electrical conductivity. If a grease is used
for this purpose, it must be one which contains
probe has been removed from the tank.
completion of any loading operation or
4.2. If the instrument is not connected to the mating
deck valve, the instrument has to be also earthed
by means of the grounding cable and clamp.
5.It is anticipated that the user will have specific
operating methods laid down to ensure safety when
using this type of apparatus. In this case the user’s
instructions shall be strictly observed.
6.2.2.2. The apparatus is not introduced into a tank
until at least 30 minutes have elapsed after
graphite.
6.2.2.1. The instrument is properly grounded and
stopping the injection of inert gas.
6.3. For further guidance refer to International Safety
Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT), ISBN
1 85609 291 7, Fifth Edition 2006, or consult the
appropriate Legislative Authority for the installation.
7.Warning: change of battery must be carried out in
safe area only (non flammable atmosphere). Use only
the approved model and brand. Refer to the Care and
Maintenance section of this manual.
8. This product and his use is / may be related to international,
national, local or company regulations or standards. It is the
customer / user responsibility to ensure that the way to use the
device complies with such applicable regulations or standards.
9. This device is a portable product. It must not be
permanently installed on the tank and must be disconnected
after use and stored in a safe and dry area.
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6. Functions - Key Features
This HERMetic instrument is a gas tight portable digital
automatic gauging system designed to perform under closed
conditions ullage monitoring and ullage measurements:
a) Topping off monitoring. The HERMetic TOMSYS monitors
continuously the liquid level over the last three (3) meters from
his reference height. The liquid level is monitored continuously
on the electronic display without any manual operation
b) Ullage monitoring / measurement.
Distance measurement range: 3.6 m (up to 12 feet approx.)
Distance resolution:
0.1 mm, 0.5 mm, 1mm or 5 mm 1/64”, 1/32”, 1/16”, 1/8” selectable
Distance measurement accuracy: ±2 mm (± 0.08” approx.)
Hazardous areas under normal atmospheric conditions: 80 kPa to 110 kPa Maximum Tank Over pressure:
-0.1 to +0.2 bar -1.5 psi to 2.9 psi
Ambient temperature range: -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Tank top
Process Fluid temperature range: -10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F)
Vapour
Gauging is done under closed gas tight conditions, therefore
maintaining over or under pressure in the tank. The device is
approved for atmospheric pressure conditions.
Ullage level
Product
Figure 6-1
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7. Description
7.1 General
Each HERMetic instrument is individually identified with a
Fast double beep: •• •• •• •• •• •• •• 6 digits serial number starting with the letter T, example T10025.
Liquid level reaches Preset Level 2 or Ullage level detected
This serial number is printed on the identification plate as shown
in Ullage mode, distance on display with Preset 2 or Ullage
on Figure 7-1.
message
Identification plate
Continuous ton: Error or malfunctioning unit combined with error message
(No message, No reference, Too close, Low battery, Tilt error,
Sensor jam)
Control beep
• • •
Double beep
•• •• ••
Accelerated double beep
•• •• •• •• ••
Fast double beep
•• •• •• •• •• •• ••
Continuous beep
••••••••••••••••
Continuous tone
Figure 7-1
The unit displays distance (Ullage) measurement combined with
An automatic backlight manages LCD Display contrast
sounds according to level measured value.
according to ambient light.
The unit emits and displays:
Control beep: • • • The HERMetic TOMSYS instrument is powered by six (6) AA
Liquid level is outside measurement range
cells stored in a battery holder located in the main housing.
Battery status is displayed on the screen. When battery voltage
is too low buzzer emits continuous tone and display shows a
battery error message. Every time it is possible to check battery
status. Battery must be replaced by approved battery in safe
area only.
Waiting
Menu
QUIT
Between >4’523 and >4’534 depending on the settings
Double beep: •• •• •• Liquid is detected, distance on the display.
Accelerated double beep: •• •• •• •• •• Liquid level reaches Preset Level 1, distance on display with
Preset 1 message
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Maintenance is easy because design is modular and allows
quick exchange of parts.
See Figure 7-2 to get to know the equipment.
Mechanical housing
Display unit
LCD Display
LED
Buzzer
Handle
keys
Storage tube SS2
Quick connector Q2
Tape
Sensing probe TOMSYS
Figure 7-2
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7.2 TOMSYS sensing probe
The TOMSYS sensing probe consists of a stainless steel tube
terminated by a high-tech plastic concentrator. The sensing
Probe body
probe includes an ultrasonic liquid level transducer. The
sensitivity for ullage measurement is not adjustable.
Concentrator
Figure 7-3
7.3 Tape
• It contains 2 wires for transmitting the signal and the power
The ETFE (TEFZEL®) coated tape provides 2 main functions :
• It holds the sensing probe.
TEFZEL
between the display unit and the probe. The steel tape itself
is used as a grounding wire between the sensing probe tube
and the display unit.
STEEL TAPE
Figure 7-4
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WIRE
7.4 Distance measurement
HERMetic UTImeter
HERMetic TOMSYS
Zero ullage
Reference level of tank
3.6 m max. distance
Liquid level
Reaction point
Figure 7-5
The distance reading at the height of the reading index of the
The distance reading corresponds to the portable HERMetic
instrument is indicating the distance between the reaction point
UTImeter tape reading. If the virtual reading index is positioned
and the virtual index. If the instrument is installed in such a way
below or above the reference level a positive or negative
that the virtual index is at the same level as the zero-ullage
correction of the tape reading is necessary.
reference level, the distance reading corresponds to the ullage
providing the reaction point of the sensing probe is positioned at the liquid level.
See also chapter 8 “Examples of installation of the gauging
system”.
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7.5 Gas tightness
7.7 Housing and lid
All parts are assembled together with either gaskets or O-rings,
These parts are made in high-tech antistatic plastic.
that makes the device completely tight.
The sealing of the axle is ensured by a special V-shape gasket.
7.8 Others
The tape is coiled on a drum driven by an electrical motor or by
7.6 Gaskets
the emergency manual crank.
Gaskets are made in FKM material
The storage tube is screwed to the frame. The storage tube is
equipped with a quick-connector which fits on the HERMetic
valves.
7.9 Demo Mode function
The DEMO Mode is specifically dedicated to explain the
operation of TOMSYS at end user office. To test the device, a
horizontal, flat and stable surface to place TOMSYS and a target
surface made of solid, flat and smooth material are required
only (a desk on a flat and smooth concrete, tiles or linoleum for
instance)
Demonstration Process:
1.
Place TOMSYS vertically on a desk, put on its handle. The sensor goes down or up until the floor detection (in our
2.
Switch on TOMSYS and select the menus below.
exemple up to 2 152.3mm).
M ain M enu
Lev el M onitor .
U llage D etec t.
P res et (D is able )
S erv ic e M enu
D OW N
S elec t
3.
Press “Key I” – Up 1st mode
By pressing “Key I”, the sensor lifts up one step by about
-
50mm.
The measure displayed is still the same, the system
compensates automatically the sensor displacement.
S erv ic e M enu
S ens or P ark ing
S ettings
B attery S tatus
P os ition
D em o /C ontrol M enu
D O W N S elec t R eturn
4.
Press “Key II” – Auto mode
By pressing “Key II”, the sensor lifts up by step of about 50mm
with 15-20 seconds break until the target is no more detected.
The Auto mode allows to simulate the raising of the liquid level.
This mode simulates the actual operating of TOMSYS during the
Topping-Off monitoring process.
D em o/C ontrol M enu
D E M O M ode
C ontrol M ode
5.
Press “Key III” – Quit / Return Mode
By pressing “Key III”, the sensor lift-up up to its park position in
D OW N
S elec t
R eturn
2'152 .3
B attery : █ █ 19 %
Q U IT
U p 1s t
A uto
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the storage tube.
Note:
Make sure the target surface is of solid, flat and smooth material
(floor, rigid paper sheet, steel plate but not a carpet or liquid).
8. Examples of installation of the gauging system
8.1 General
The valves should be installed in such a way that the The gauging system consists of the HERMetic instrument and
the associated HERMetic valve. The TOMSYS is fitted with a 2”
connector as shown on Figure 8-1.
Q2 (2”) with Quick Cap
zero-ullage level coincides with the virtual reading index level,
so that no correction would be necessary. For achieving this
it may be necessary to install an adjusting pipe between the
deck and the valve.
If the valves are installed directly on deck or if for any reason the level of the virtual reading index is below or above the zeroullage level, then a correction table should be used.
There should be no internal tank structure between the valve
outlet and the 4 metre below such that will impede the path of the equipment into the tank.
All valves shall be installed at the same level.
There is no way to correct systematic level errors.
When designing the gauging port and to avoid damaging the
tape during rewinding it is advised to chamfer or to grind all
sharp edges (on pipes, flanges, etc.) that could damage the
tape when operating the gauge.
Figure 8-1
The following sections describe 2 examples for installing the
valves and adjusting the height of the gauging system.
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8.2 Example of installation on a pipe, connector Q2
Tank Zero Ullage level
Reading index
474mm
HV
H
ETS supply
Customer supply
Flange
HT
Tank Deck
Figure 8-2
Valve designation
C.2-SS; C.2-SS-W; C.2-SS-BL; C.2-SS-SEC
Bottom connection
thread or flange
Boring
2”
*) HV (mm)
141
*) HT (mm)
H-615
*) Dimension HV is without gasket. If gaskets are used dimension HT is reduced by thickness of gasket.
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Example of installation on the deck,
connector Q2
8.3
Tank Zero Ullage level
HX
H
Reading
index
474 mm
HV
Tank Deck
Flange
Figure 8-3
Valve designation
C.2-SS; C.2-SS-W; C.2-SS-BL; C.2-SS-SEC
Bottom connection
thread or flange
Boring
2”
*) HV (mm)
141
*) HX (mm)
H-615
*) Dimension HV is without gasket. If gaskets are used dimension HX is reduced by thickness of gasket.
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9. Operation
9.1 Basic rules concerning the 5-key control pad
Before operating the unit, please read carefully this Operation
and Service Manual.
are three (3) other soft keys (I ,II and III) that help in managing all
the unit functions:
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Select
depending on which menu they are applied.
Soft keys main use:
Apart from the “ON” / “OFF” keys that are self-explanatory, there
Cursor DOWN
Those three keys are menu oriented and have functions
Return or Quit
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•
key “I” moves the cursor DOWN
•
key “II” selects the highlighted function
•
key “III” return to previous menu or QUIT selected function.
Figure 9-1
9.2 Quick start
9.2.1 Level monitoring
9.2.2 Ullage detection
a) Press “ON” key to switch on the unit
a) Press “ON” key to switch on the unit
After displaying some information about software version and
setup, display shows:
After displaying some information about software version and
setup,
Main Menu
Display shows:
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
Main Menu
-
b) If necessary move cursor by pressing soft key “I” to “Level
Monitor”
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
-
c) Then press soft key “II” (Select) to activate the function.
Unit starts by resetting the distance measurement.
b) If necessary move cursor by pressing soft key “I” to “Ullage
Then sensor moves down and stop when liquid is detected or
Detector”
moves to lower position waiting on liquid level detection
Display shows following for a liquid detected at ullage level
2’152.3 m
Main Menu
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Battery :
Menu
19%
Select
-
c) Then press soft key “II” “Select” to activate the function.
QUIT
Unit starts by resetting the distance measurement.
Then sensor moves down and stops when liquid is detected.
The displayed distance corresponds to ULLAGE LEVEL.
Or in Inch scale
Display shows:
Battery :
Menu
19%
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QUIT
Stand-By
Menu
QUIT
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This measured value has the same value as ULLAGE LEVEL
To setup PRESET level do the following:
measured by UTI or UTImeter.
a) Press “ON” key to switch on the unit
If there is no detectable liquid sensor moves to lower position
After displaying some information about software version and
waiting on liquid level detection.
setup, displays shows :
Main Menu
Display shows:
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
Waiting ...
Menu
DOWN
QUIT
Select
-
b) Move the cursor by pressing soft key “I” to “Preset” Main Menu
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
9.2.3 Preset
TOMSYS allows you the possibility to setup two (2) preset liquid
levels. Those two levels can be used to draw the user’s attention
when liquid level reaches one of those levels.
DOWN
Select
-
c) Then press soft key “II” “Select” to activate the function
Preset level values are ULLAGE level values in mm.
When liquid level reaches PRESET level 1 buzzer sounds
accelerated double beep.
Control beep
• • •
Double beep
•• •• ••
Accelerated double beep
•• •• •• •• ••
Fast double beep
•• •• •• •• •• •• ••
Continuous beep
••••••••••••••••
When liquid level reaches PRESET level 2 buzzer sounds fast
double beep.
Preset Menu
Enable / Disable
Preset #2 : 0850
Preset #1 : 1500
DOWN
Select
-
d) Enable or disable the Preset function by moving the cursor
Down by pressing soft key “I”. Press soft key “II” to “Select”
Preset Menu
Enable
Disable
PRESET level function can be enabled or disabled.
DOWN
Select
-
The setup for the two level values is described in the flowchart
on Figure 9-2 22
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Flowchart to set up the two Preset level values
Preset 1 is the lower ULLAGE level value
Preset 2 is the upper ULLAGE level value
Enable or Disable the PRESET function
Preset Menu
Enable / Disable
Preset# 2 : 0850
Preset# 1 : 1500
DOWN
Select
-
Preset #2
Preset Menu
Enable / Disable
Preset# 2 : 0850
Preset# 1 : 1500
DOWN
Select
INC
Next
QUIT
Preset #2
Save AND Quit
Quit WITHOUT Saving
Preset #1
INC
DOWN
Next
Exec
QUIT
Preset 1 and 2 position
Preset #1
Save AND Quit
Quit WITHOUT Saving
Preset 2
DOWN
Exec
Preset 1
Figure 9-2
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The distance will be displayed accordingly
9.3 Service Menu
In Metric scale
9.3.1 Settings
This function allows you setting up:
- Distance Measurement Scale
- Distance Measurement Resolution
Battery :
Menu
- Menu Language
9.3.1.1 Distance Measurement Scale
19%
Or in Inch scale
To setup measurement scale in Metric or Imperial units, follow
the instructions according to the flowchart hereunder.
Main Menu
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
QUIT
Battery :
Menu
-
19%
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9.3.1.2 Distance Measurement Resolution
To setup measurement unit resolution follow the instructions
according to flowchart hereunder.
Service Menu
Main Menu
Sensor Parking
Settings
Battery State
Position
DOWN
Select
Return
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
-
Service Menu
Sensor Parking
Settings
Battery State
Position
DOWN
Dist. Scale
mm
inch
DOWN
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Return
Select
Return
SETTINGS - Resolution
0.1 mm
0.5 mm
1 mm
5 mm
10 mm
DOWN
Select
Return
Or in Inch resolution
SETTINGS - Resolution
Fract.
x/8
xy/16
xy/64
DOWN
Display shows the remaining battery capacity in %: Val. :
ADC :
Mot.Up
8.90V
3.29V
Mot.Do
Return
9.3.3 Sensor Parking
Select
Return
This function forces sensor to be lifted up to park position.
From Main Menu, follows the instructions according to following
9.3.1.3 Menu Language
flowchart.
Only English language is available
Main Menu
9.3.2 Battery status
This function allows you to check the remaining battery capacity
at any time. The battery capacity is expressed in % of capacity
and voltage.
From Main Menu, follow the instructions according to flowchart
hereunder.
-
DOWN
Select
Return
position and display the distance ascending values during the
sensor return. Display automatically switches to main menu after
Sensor Parking
Settings
Battery Status
Position
Select
-
Selecting sensor parking will return the sensor into the park
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
Sensor Parking
Settings
Battery Status
Position
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
Select
DOWN
Service Menu
Main Menu
DOWN
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
park position is reached
Main Menu
Return
Level Monitor.
Ullage Detect.
Preset (Disable)
Service Menu
DOWN
Select
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9.4 Checking the functions before using the unit
9.5 Installation of the unit
Before installing the HERMetic TOMSYS unit as described in
• This HERMetic equipment must be coupled to a certified
section 9.5, the following tests are recommended to ensure that
the unit is ready to work.
HERMetic valve.
• Before starting please read carefully the chapter
“Recommendation for safe use” and follow your company’s
safety instructions.
9.4.1 Battery
• Before removing the valve cover check that the HERMetic
Refer to section 9.3.2 “Battery status”. If battery capacity is
lower than 20% please replace the battery if you plan to use the
unit for several hours without disruption.
valve is closed.
• Remove the valve cover (weather cap / blind cover / security
cover) of the HERMetic valve.
• Clean the seal surfaces of the nipple of the valve and of the
For battery replacement please refer to section 10.3.
coupler of the instrument from dust or grease.
Note: Cleaning of the mating surfaces is very important for
9.4.2 Level monitor and Ullage detector
earth grounding purpose and for good accuracy on
Install the unit on a table / desk or workbench according to fig.
9.3 hereunder. Make sure the target surface is of solid, flat and
smooth material (floor, hardpaper, steel plate).
zero reference level.
• Install the HERMetic TOMSYS on top of the valve by means
of the quick coupler. Ensure that the equipment is properly
earthed. If not, ground it with the grounding cable before
operating (optional TS 13051 grounding cable).
• Equipment must be installed in vertical position. A tilt
detector prevent any tape movement if unit is not in vertical
position.
Table / workbench
9.6 Level monitoring
Refer to section 9.2.1
9.7 Ullage detection
Refer to section 9.2.2
9.8 Transportation
H
The TOMSYS is equipped with a specific handle enabling its
transportation in horizontal position.
The transportation of the unit must be made in Off mode only.
Always move the device with the sensor parked in its
storage tube and with its cap properly in place. This is
critical to avoid damaging the motorisation system.
Target surface
Figure 9-3
Refer to section 9.2.1 or 9.2.2 accordingly for function tests.
The Display shows you the distance H (between table plate
and the target) + 162.5 mm ± 2 mm ( 6 Inch 25/64 ± 5/64 )
corresponding to the distance between the “Virtual internal
reading index” and the target.
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10. Care and Maintenance
10.1 Safety warning
Or in Inch scale
As this equipment is designed and approved for use in an
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circuits.
However the customer can exchange parts and modules if the
following points are observed :
1. Never open the instrument nor carry out any repair or trouble
Battery :
Menu
19%
QUIT
shooting in an hazardous area.
2. Use only original spare parts.
3. Work shall be done only by maintenance personnel who has an experience with intrinsically safe equipment.
10.2 Care
Clean the instrument of any excess of liquid after each use.
Make sure that the sensing probe is completely stored in the
storage tube after use. Check that sensor is clean and dry for
storage.
Store the instrument in a dry location.
Check periodically (at least every 6 months) the continuity of
10.4 Battery replacement
Warning : change the battery only in a non hazardous
area.
• Switch off the unit
• Install the Quick Cap
• Unscrew the 2 screws of the battery holder using the 2,5 mm Hex Allen key which is located on the carrying case. See
Figure 10-1.
grounding by measuring the electrical resistance between the
tape adaptor (or the sensing probe tube) and the quick connect
coupler. Resistance should not exceed 10 Ω.
Periodically clean carefully the sensor probe and the mechanical
parts, as storage tube, main housing with an appropriate
solvent.
10.3 Checking the battery
Please note that in case you have to change the
battery, it must be done only in a safe area. Refer to
section 10.3 “Battery replacement”.
Figure 10-1
Before starting gauging
Switch on the unit. The buzzer tones every 2 seconds if the
battery is not too low.
If the power left is less than 50% we recommend to have
a spare battery ready for exchange. See also 10.3 “Battery
replacement”.
If the power left is less than 20% battery status appears on the
display and battery should be exchanged for longer use:
• Pull it gently out. Do not use knife or screwdriver to remove
the battery cover to avoid damaging the gasket.
• Remove the battery holder form the battery cover.
• Change the batteries. Respect the polarity when you insert
battery in battery holder
• Place the battery holder in the battery cover by pushing it
gently.
• Install the battery cover back in the housing.
• Tighten the two (2) screws.
Only one type of battery is approved:
Duracell MN1500 / Procell PC1500
Battery :
19%
Menu
QUIT
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10.5 Display unit replacement
10.6 Distance verification
THE REPLACEMENT OF THE DISPLAY UNIT REQUIRES
The distance measured by the unit is a combination of two
TO SETUP THE CONFIGURATION ACCORDING TO YOUR
electronic measurements.
REQUIREMENTS. CUSTOMER SPECIFIC SETTINGS FOR
One measurement is done by the sensor and the other one by
MEASUREMENT SCALE AND PRESET 1 AND 2.
the main unit.
10.5.1 Disconnecting the Display unit.
Refer to 9.4.2. check the distance measurement
Warning: This operation must be done only in a non hazardous
area
• Switch off the unit
• Install the Quick Cap
• Unscrew the two (2) screws (A) of the battery holder using the
Table / workbench
2.5mm Hex Allen key located in the carrying case. See Figure
10-1
(B)
H
Target surface
Figure 10-2
• Pull it gently out. Do not use knife or screwdriver to remove
the battery cover in order to avoid damaging the gasket.
• Unscrew with the 2.5mm Hex Allen key the five (5) screws (B)
of the display unit and pull it gently out of the main housing,
as shown on Figure 10.2
• Disconnect the tape plug
• Disconnect the motor cable plug
• Disconnect the coder cable plug by pressing on the locking
lever
10.5.2 Connecting the Display unit
Display shows: H + 162.5 mm ± 2mm.
or
H + 6 Inch 25/64 ± 5/64
Note:
Make sure the target surface is of solid, flat and smooth material
(floor, hardpaper, steel plate).
10.7 Plastic parts
Use only light solvent to clean plastic parts. Do not use acid to
clean plastic parts.
• Connect the coder cable plug
• Connect the motor cable plug
• Connect the tape plug
• Put back the display unit in the main housing; tighten the five
(5) screws (B) of Figure 10.2
• Reinstall the battery holder with the two (2) screws (A) of
Figure 10.1. Tighten the screws with the 2.5mm Hex Allen
key. Refer to Figure 10-1 on page 27x.
• Check that the unit is working properly as describe in 9.4.
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10.8 Calibration recommendation
As for any measurment tools, it is recommended to check and
calibrate the HERMetic Tomsys against master periodically. The
period recommended should not exceed 1 year.
11. Trouble shooting
11.1 Safety warning
3. Work shall be done only by maintenance personnel who has an experience with intrinsically safe equipment.
As this equipment is designed and approved for use in an
explosive area (intrinsic safe equipment), only authorized The design of the equipment is modular, i.e. in case of
service stations and the factory are allowed to repair electronic
breakdown the customer can find out which modules have to be
circuits.
replaced. The instrument consists of the following modules:
However the customer can exchange parts and modules if the
• Mechanical parts
following points are observed :
• Sensing probe
• Display unit
1. Never open the instrument nor carry out any repair or trouble
shooting in an hazardous area.
2. Use only original spare parts.
The following sections should allow to identify the defective module and to replace it.
11.2 Emergency crank
The emergency crank aims to rewind the tape manually. Turn
clockwise to rewind the tape and lift up the sensor. Never force
on the crank if you feel some resistance.
Use emergency crank only if equipment is installed in a
vertical position or on a 2” valve or 2” coupling device.
The emergency crank must be fully inserted till the end
in order to come up against the guide entry. Doing so will
permit proper function of the crank.
See below section where appropriate
11.3 Power supply troubles
Symptom
The unit does not switch on
The unit switches on but
stops on the message
“battery”; the buzzer tones continuously
Origin
Action
Section
Battery too low
Change the battery
Corrosion of terminals (battery side)
Clean the battery terminals
10.3
Corrosion of terminals (display unit side)
Clean the display unit terminals
Switch defective
Change the display unit
10.4
Battery too low
Change the battery
10.3
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11.4 Transmission troubles
Symptom
“No Msg “ is displayed
Origin
Action
Section
Sensor out of work or
Send the unit to factory
---
Tape out of work
Send the unit to factory
---
SENSOR : NO MSG
Error from Sensor
Sensor Parking
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11.5 Sensor moving troubles
11.6 Distance measurement troubles
11.5.1 Moving trouble on the way down
Distance verification out of tolerance (Refer to section 10.5).
The sensor can get blocked during descent at valve crossing
Check the handle position. The handle must be installed
due to a mechanical obstacle. If this happens, the sensor will
according to below figure and distance A verified.
automatically get back in the top parking position and following
A
Handle position
A
message will be displayed.
SENSOR : Valve Closed
Error from Sensor
Sensor Parking
Distance A = 53 mm ± 1mm
reduces the 2 Inch full bore opening.
= 2 Inch 5/64 ± 3/64
11.5.2 Moving trouble on the way up
11.7 Sensor errors
Check if the connection valve is fully open and no obstacle
In case of sensor movement trouble, low battery or even when
sensor is blocked into the tank, use Emergency Crank to move
Sensor: No reference
down or to lift up the sensor to release it from its blocking
position.
This emergency crank must only be used or activated if the
equipment is installed in vertical position.
Sensor - BLOCKED
T u r n SOEFNFSeOqRu i p m e n t
and move MANUALY
SENSOR : NO REF
Error from Sensor
Sensor Parking
a) Check the inside of the concentrator end. If necessary clean
and dry it
b) If concentrator end is damaged, it must be replaced
Inside concentrator end
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Sensor: Too Close
SENSOR : Too Close
E rror from Sensor
Sensor Parking
Visual inspection for damaged or missing
11.9
parts
General condition:missing parts
Display unit: 5-key control pad, buzzer, front face,
screen
Sensing probe: sensors broken, smashed or damaged
Concentrator:
Clean and dry, not damaged
Mechanical parts:check housing, handle, storage tube, quick
Target must be foam free liquid or horizontal unruffled flat
couplerr
surface
Sensor blocked
11.10 OFF message
Sensor - BLOCKED
T u r n SOEFNFSeOqRu i p m e n t
and move MANUALY
Use Emergency Crank to move down and to lift up the sensor in
PLEASE
- Close the Valve
- Block Sensor
with the CAP
order to release it from its blocking position.
The sensor must be fully lift up manually in its parking position
This emergency crank must only be used or activated if
equipment is installed in vertical position.
BYE
11.8 Tilt error
Please install the Quick Cap when you
I nstall the unit
on a valve or
in vertical position
remove the equipment from the connection
to switch OFF the equipment completely.
The display shows this message if equipment is not installed in a
fully vertical position. A tilt detector prevents any tape movement
in order to avoid any damage.
Install the equipment in a vertical position as described in
section 8.
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12. Specifications
General Specifications
Accuracy of distance measurement
±2 mm (± 0.08” approx.)
Distance measurement range
3.6 m (up to 12 feet approx.)
Distance resolution
0.1, 0.5, 1.0, 5 mm selectable 1/64”, 1/32”, 1/16”, 1/8” selectable
Hazardous areas under normal atmospheric conditions:
80 kPa to 110 kPa Maximum Tank Over pressure
-0.1 to +0.2 bar -1.5 psi to 2.9 psi
Ambient temperature range
-20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F)
Process Fluid temperature range
-10°C to 70°C (14°F to 158°F)
Product Range
Crude oil, non corrosive petroleum products
Display Reading
mm or Inch selectable
LCD display
Graphic 128 x 64 dot with automatic backlight
Mechanical connection
Q2 (2”)
Probe diameter
43 mm (1.7”)
Weight
8.1 kg
Battery
Only one type of battery is approved:
Duracell MN1500 / Procell PC1500
Hazardous environments approvals
IECEx
Ex ia IIB T4 Ga -20°C < Ta < 50°C
ATEX
II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga -20°C < Ta < 50°C
Factory Mutual
(FM Approval) CL I, DIV 1, GP C & D, Tamb 50°C
CL I, ZN 0, AEx ia IIB T4 Tamb 50°C
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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13. Spare parts
13.1 How to proceed
Each spare part is identified by the letters TS followed by a 5
digits number, as for instance.
Proceed as follows to identify the part you need to order:
1) Find the adequate drawing on the next pages;
2) Note the item TS number, ex. TS 20541;
3) With the assistance of the below table, identify its description,
ex. “O-Ring ø 56.74 x 3.53”.
For each order, please note the item number, its description and
the required quantity.
Example: “TS 20541, O-Ring ø 56.74 x 3.53”, 1x.
13.2 List of parts descriptions
TS number
Description
15004
Cap G1/4" 15021
Storage Tube 15024
Crank assy 15025
Magnet holder 15028
Battery cover assy 15033
Reference washer 15034
Spring for washer 15044
Clamp for handle 15047
Grip assembly 15050
Sensor 15059
Concentrator
15063
O-Ring ø47.35x1.78
15070
Display unit assy 15075
Cap for tube 15085
Quick Cap
20537
Female quick coupler 20541
O-Ring ø 56.74 x 3.53
37155
Magnet 37373
Battery holder 37374
Alkaline Battery AA MN1500
40004
Hex nut M4
40301
Socket head cap screw M4x 8
40302
Socket head cap screw M4x10
40308
Socket head cap screw M4x20
40309
Socket head cap screw M4x14
40754
Socket button head cap screw M3x10
40777
Socket button head cap screw M3x6
50714
Carrying case TOMSYS Notes
Will be delivered with TS 20537
Will be delivered with TS 15021
13.3 Spare parts drawings
The next pages show the following drawings:
•
general assembly, list of the main spare parts
•
battery holder assembly, details
•
display unit assembly, details
•
TOMSYS sensor assembly TS 15050, details
•
Cap G1/4” , details
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TS 15034
TS 15033
TS 15075
TS 15047
TS 15063
TS 15044
TS 40309
(4x)
TS 15075
TS 40302
(6x)
TS 40004
(2x)
TS 40308
(2x)
TS 15021
TS 15025
TS 37155
TS 37155
TS 15025
TS 20537
TS 40308
(2x)
TS 20541
TS 15085
Figure 13-1: general assembly, list of the main spare parts
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TS 40004
(2x)
TS 37374
(6x)
TS 37373
TS 15028
TS 40301
(2x)
Figure 13-2: battery holder assembly, details
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TS 40754
(5x)
TS 15070
Figure 13-3: display unit assembly, details
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TS 15050
TS 15059
TS 40777
(4x)
Figure 13-4: TOMSYS sensor assembly TS 15050, details
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TS 15004
TS 15024
Figure 13-5: Cap G1/4” , details
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14. Valves drawings
14.1 Valves drawings list
Refer to the table and find the drawing in next section.
Description
ND
TS
Valve C2-SS-W, 2” flange DUJ, weather cap
20291
10083
Valve C2-SS-SEC, 2” flange DUJ, security cover
20287
10082
Valve C2-SS-BL, 2” flange DUJ, blind cover
20288
10081
Valve C2-SS-BL, 2” female, blind cover
30596
10085
Valve C2-SS-W, 2” female, weather cap
30391
10076
Valve C2-SS-SEC, 2” female, security cover
30374
10078
Deck valve A-4”/2”/1” SS
30812
98172
Security cover with lock
40495
10408
Cover with weather cap
41040
10415
Weather cap assy
40543
22609
Blind cover
41034
10414
14.2 Drawings
See next pages.
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15. Declaration of conformity
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Honeywell
Enraf Tanksystem SA
Rue de l’Industrie 2
1630 Bulle, Switzerland
Phone: +41 (0) 26 91 91 500
Fax: +41 (0) 26 91 91 505
tanksystem@honeywell.com
www.tanksystem.com
50474/TOMSYS/1207
July 2012
© 2012 Honeywell International Inc.
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