Detect and neutralize aggressive corrosion in your sumps and diesel UST.
Flashing LED indicates if corrosive atmosphere is present in sump.
Hardwired Version for Remote Monitoring
Diesel UST Internal Corrosion Alert Pod
Sump seals eventually lose integrity, allowing for the ingress of ethanol from the UST and moisture from the surface & backfill. Opportunistic microbes take advantage of this mixture to create an aggressively corrosive atmosphere which if undetected can lead to extensive damage. Adsistor Corrosion Alert Pods let you know when corrosive conditions are present in your sumps or diesel UST before damage can happen.
New corrosion can remain unseen as it attacks metal that is already covered by a layer of old corrosion. The Adsistor Corrosion Alert Pod warns you when conditions are right to cause further damage hidden from sight.
The STP pod hangs from any convenient location in the sump. STP pods can be read anytime the sump cover is removed. The diesel UST pod is suspended inside the delivery drop tube from the refueling cap. It is removed with the cap every time a delivery is made and can be read at that time. Hardwired pods can be placed in sumps or the diesel UST and are read remotely at any time.
• 10+ Years Field Life
• Multiple Use
• Intrinsiclly Safe
• -40 to 85 °C Temperature Range
• Rugged Impact Resistant Construction
Surface Neutralizer immediately halts surface corrosion. Apply to all sump surfaces after corrosive atmosphere is detected in sump. One liter spray container of Surface Neutralizer is included with each Adsistor Corrosion Alert Pod.
How it Works
The sensor inside the Adsistor Corrosion Alert Pod utilizes micro-particles of electrically conductive ferrous material which have been fixed in place by means of flexible anchors. These particles are shaped and spaced such that they are not normally in contact with each other. When a magnetic field is applied across all the particles the flexible anchors allow the particles to align with the applied field so that the particles are now in contact with their neighbor particles. An electrical path is thereby established through the sensor. Should corrosion occur on any particle, the electrical path is broken.