Automated Container-type Fuel Filling Station (CFFS) is a station operating without service staff involvement.
Semi-automated CFFS is a station operating with the service staff involvement. Depending on the options selected individual parameters shall be managed and controlled by the operator.
CFFS without automation is a station operating with the service staff involvement. Oil products receipt, storage and delivery shall be provided by the Fuel Filling Station (FFS) employee.
CFFS automation systems:
|Automated CFFS||Semi-automated CFFS|
|1. Automated system of oil products delivery||+||+|
|2. Automated system of oil products level control||+||+|
|3. Automated system of maximum and minimum oil products level control||+||+|
|4. Automated system of oil products receipt into tanks||+||-|
|5. Automated system of tank shells integrity control||+||-|
|6. Automated system of oil products vapors concentration control in CFFS||+||-|
|7. Automated system of CFFS operation interlock (in case of emergencies)||+||-|
|8. Automated system of the control module backup power use||+||-|
|9. Automated system of light and sound alarm during emergency operation||+||-|
|10. Automated system of access control to the CFFS systems||+||-|
|11. Automated system of video surveillance||+||-|
|12. Security alarm||+||-|
|13.Automated fire fighting system||+||-|
|14. Automated system of CFFS operating parameters collection, storage and transfer||+||-|
Retail fuel delivery system is a fuel sale to the buyer, supposing this operation fiscalization for the tax authorities.
Retail fuel sale can be carried out using: cash funds, bank cards or fuel cards.
In automatic mode, retail sale can be carried out via payment terminal, including fiscal register (cash register),entered into State Register and issuing receipts for tax purposes.
Class of retail Filling Station Dispenser (FSD) accuracy should be less than 0.25.
Departmental fuel delivery system - oil products shall be delivered to the company
Identifier - delivery is made using electronic identification system (plastic RFID-card, iButton key, RFID-tag).
Cash - fuel is sold for cash in the national currency.
Bank card - fuel is sold using bank cards (VISA, Master Card).
Fuel card - fuel is delivered using fuel cards authorized for receipt by the seller.
Loyalty systemcard - fuel is delivered using loyalty systemcards of a specific network.
Number and type of fuel dispensed and time when delivery is permitted in accordance with the fuel distribution system can be preliminary determined to the identifier.
RFID tag is a contactless identifier on the basis of RFID-technology*, which allows to identify rathervehiclethan the driver during fuel filling. Tag shall be fixed still on the vehicle (in the area of the fuel tank neck), which prevents fuel filling into another tank or vessel.
RFID card is a contactless identifier based on RFID-technology*, w*hich allows to identify driver using palstic card.
iButton key allows to identify the driver. iButton is an electronic device enclosed in a steel cylindrical housing on a key-holder. Identification occurs at the moment of the contact using contact device.
*RFID (from English - RadioFrequencyIDentificationis a method for automated objects identification, where data stored on the tags or plastic cards are read out using radio signals).
Retail FSD –accuracy class shall be less than 0.25.
Departmental FSD -accuracy class shall be more than 0.25*.
* fuel delivery at governmental and utility enterprises is not retail type but FSD accuracy class shall be less than 0.25.
Special software for fuel delivery remote control is designed to control fuel delivery at CFFS from remote computer with the possibility to control the process of oil products delivery from this device (delivery blocking, vehicle or driver verification, etc.).
Information level meter - accuracy class, more than 0.25*.
Commercial level meter - accuracyclass, less than0.25*.
* fuel metering at governmental and utility enterprises is not commercial type but accuracy class of level meter shall be less than 0.25.