The Pulse level system allows fleets to track tank levels, capture and apply data, and allocate inventory quickly and accurately. - Photo: Graco

The Pulse level system allows fleets to track tank levels, capture and apply data, and allocate inventory quickly and accurately.

Photo: Graco

Graco, a manufacturer of fluid handling equipment, launched the Pulse level tank monitoring system.

Buyers can choose from multiple tank-level monitoring technologies, including a system running entirely on Wi-Fi. The Pulse level system allows fleets to track tank levels, capture and apply data, and allocate inventory quickly, accurately, and confidently, Graco officials said in a press release.

A tank-level monitoring (TLM) system measures the amount of fluid in a tank, giving service centers, fleet garages, mining and construction operations, and industrial manufacturing companies more visibility over inventory levels and dispensed fluids. Managers and owners can use the data to simplify procurement, improve profitability, and assess the overall performance of crews and technicians. Petroleum marketers can use TLM software to gain insight into their entire operation, and whether they oversee 20 tanks or more than 2,000 tanks, tank fluid levels are tracked and monitored at every location.

Originally posted on Work Truck Online