ice. Heating oil delivery can be completely computerized. This system directs truck drivers truck towards the proper house and allows him to communicate via his office.
The truck driver is provided with an electronic list of the potential clients when they are done. they hit the navigation button. Computers will reveal an address, as well as details on the house. They are waiting for the computer to grant them permission to move forward. The delivery is set to zero before the pumping process begins. Two pipes are located at the home. One is the vent pipe. This lets air escape when the tanks are filled. This is a confirmation of the existence of an empty tank located at the opposite one.
A safety rag for containing any leakage during pumping is placed. The delivery pump is screwed to the residence and is able to pump the oil one gallon at a second. To prevent any leakage the delivery person adds an additional hand to the connection.
The alarm from the computer turns off its sound once it detects that the tank is filled to capacity. They can disconnect the supply using a manual disconnect if it is empty. Finally, the delivery point is gradually removed from the residence to eliminate any air pockets as well as any spills that may fall to the ground. Two receipts generated by the computer in the truck are created. The nozzle is kept in a storage. The client will still have copies of the receipt.