Inaccurate Fuel Level Measurement: Traditional methods like manual dipsticks and tank gauges often provide inaccurate readings. It leads to unreliable fuel consumption data. This can result in inefficiencies and increased operating costs.
Fuel Theft: Fuel theft is a common problem, especially when generators are located in remote areas. Unauthorized access to fuel tanks can lead to substantial financial losses.
Equipment Downtime: Insufficient fuel supply or running out of fuel can cause generator sets to shut down. It leads to costly equipment downtime and disruptions in power supply.
Fuel Contamination: Another issue that occurs when water or dirt enters the fuel system is fuel contamination. It lead to engine damage, reduced efficiency, and increased maintenance requirements.