Preventing fires and explosions during fuel transfers

Since 2014, two fuel transfer workers in B.C. were seriously injured from explosions caused by a mix of fuel and static electricity. Tragically, one died. Once generated, static electricity can remain stored in fuel, or on fuel transfer equipment, without any indication it’s there. It is generated in hoses and pipes during the distribution and […]

Source: Truck News

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