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BART Trans-Bay Tunnel Gets Backup from Remote Fill Systems in Lathrop, CA

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BART Trans-Bay Tunnel Gets Backup from Remote Fill Systems in Lathrop, CA

September 01
00:07 2020
BART Trans-Bay Tunnel Gets Backup from Remote Fill Systems in Lathrop, CA

Lathrop, CA – Remote Fill Systems boasts of being the top petroleum product company in Northern, CA. As a company that has been in business for years, Remote Fill Systems proudly offers a wide array of services including remote fill systems, day tanks, pumping systems, and fuel system controls. This claim has been put to test, as the company is proud to announce that it is a hinge player in the team that backed up the power for the Bay Area Rapid Transit Transbay tube lighting and ventilation systems.

Announcing its newest project which is a part of their company’s goal to increase reliability after seismic events, Doug Nakano, the spokesperson for the company noted that with over 430,000 individuals commuting to San Francisco on BART each day, the team at Remote Fill Systems is more than happy to supply all that was needed to keep the transportation medium robust and reliable.

To get this done, the team at Remote Fill Systems employed a combination of expertise, experience, and a special seismic certified new fuel tank with remote fill, controls, tank gauging, and leak detection. These initiatives provide 24 hours of backup power for the lights and the all-important ventilation fans inside the tunnel.

Proud of the work carried out by its team, the spokesperson for Remote Fill Systems added, “Remote Fill Systems is the premier source for remote fill systems and tanks for generator fueling. We are committed to providing knowledgeable and experienced support to our clients, from design and application through startup and commissioning. Our team has many years of experience with fuel oil, as well as in industrial process control and mechanical HVAC and piping systems. We have developed innovative and cost-effective products in response to clients’ needs, including the concealment of the remote fill for architects who want to retain the appearance of their designs. The concealed underground remote fill allows the appearance and beauty of a building to be undisturbed. The concealed underground remote fill provides a code-compliant solution, where the required clearance to building openings cannot be achieved with an above ground product.”

Prioritizing safety and top-quality services, Remote Fill Systems and its team, on the BART project, made sure that all of the exterior enclosures of the project handled were covered in 316L stainless steel, especially as the project area was about 50 feet from bay water.

Added to this, their team, with an intent to provide backup power in all conditions, ensures that all controls and remote fill systems, tanks, and piping are special seismic certified to survive a 9.0 earthquake. Remote Fill Systems remains dedicated to delivering exceptional services at all times.

Remote Fill Systems is located at 17504 Murphy Parkway, Lathrop, CA 95330. For inquiries, contact their team by calling (925) 574-2053 or send an email to [email protected] For additional information regarding their services, visit their company’s website.

 

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Company Name: Remote Fill Systems
Contact Person: Doug Nakano
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Phone: (925) 574-2053
Address:17504 Murphy Parkway
City: Lathrop
State: CA
Country: United States
Website: https://remotefillsystems.com/