Think you know about anti-siphons? Poorly designed.
Our first in a series of blogs about how TankSafe products compare with others on the market focuses on the inherent weakness of badly designed anti-siphons.
Are you concerned the above image could be happening to your fleet?
All anti-siphons have the same the inherent weakness – thin bases and weak structural design mean they can be easily vandalised or punched through by fuel thieves with just a hammer and chisel. In most cases, the head of the anti-siphon remains in place on the filler neck, leading you to think all is OK with the anti-siphon.
The new TankSafe ‘Optimum’ Fuel Security Device is more than an anti-siphon. Its robust design and unique float-valve ensures it protects the fleet operator against all siphoning, skimming, overfilling and diesel spills. For a demonstration, click here.
TISS are offering FREE trials of the TankSafe ‘Optimum’. Please contact Paul Cook on 01253 400401 or email@example.com to arrange a trial or for further information.