Optimum FS Non-Spill Nozzle

The Optimum FS fuel nozzle and receiver unit both feature a unique cam-based coupling that positively and securely locks the fuel nozzle to the vehicle during filling and automatically engages the built-in venting system to avoid pressurising the vehicle’s fuel tank.

 

This unique nozzle and receiver design offers the following benefits:

Spill Free

Spill Free

No Foreign Debris

No Foreign Debris

 

Spill Free

 

A pressure-sensing unit inside the nozzle is activated when the fuel within the vehicle’s tank has reaches a pre-determined level. This automatically closes the main valve and prevents further fuel being dispensed into the tank. An easy to see indicator pops up on the top of the nozzle indicating when the tank is full and fuelling has been completed. No additional connectors or complicated cable assemblies are required.

 

No Foreign Debris

 

The unique receiver prevents foreign mattes such as paper, wrappers and all other debris from entering the vehicle's fuel tank. By preventing this from occurring, the risk of break downs due to foreign matter in the tank is eliminated. Ensuring that your vehicles are on the road for longer and removing a potential maintenance bill to fix a road side break down.

Anti Siphon

Anti Siphon

Anti Theft

Anti Theft

 

Anti Siphon

 

The Optimum FS unique receiver not only prevents from foreign matter entering the tank it also prevents the siphoning of fuel from a vehicle fuel tank. Due to its unique design the only way to access the receiver is using the non-spill nozzle, this ensure that there is no possible way to siphon fuel from a vehicles fuel tank.

 

Anti Theft

 

While the receiver prevents against siphoning, the nozzle prevents theft through the filling of another vehicle, the receiver and nozzle are designed to work in conjunction with one another. Through this process it is impossible to fill a vehicle with a conventional fill point, ensuring that external vehicles cannot access a customers fuel.

Prevents Cross Contamination

Prevents Cross Contamination

Reduced Diesel Foam

Reduced Diesel Foam

Prevents Cross Contamination

 

The unique coupling system for dispensing Diesel means that there is no possibility of cross contamination between Diesel and AdBlue.

 

Reduced Diesel Foam

 

The receiver is connected to a float that fits inside the neck of the vehicle fill point, the design of this float is designed for Diesel to flow out and reduce Diesel foam in the tank.

 

This Foam can limit the capacity of a vehicles fuel tank, leading to potential break downs due to inadequate fuel for a certain route.

Non-Spill Reciever

Receiver

Non-Spill Nozzle

Nozzle

 

Receiver

 

The unique receiver is retrofitted to most vehicle in 10 minutes, unless coupled with the Non-Spill Nozzle there is no possible way off accessing the tank. This prevents contamination of foreign matter, cross contamination and siphoning from the tank.

 

Nozzle

 

The Optimum FS nozzle is compatible with standard hose fittings.

 

A pressure-sensing unit inside the nozzle is activated when the fuel within the vehicle’s tank has reaches a pre-determined level. This automatically closes the main valve and prevents further fuel being dispensed into the tank. An easy to see indicator pops up on the top of the nozzle indicating when the tank is full and fuelling has been completed. No additional connectors or complicated cable assemblies are required.

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