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Underground Storage Tank Calibration:

Whether the tank is recently installed or already in use, Tank Calibration is a crucial step in evaluating its volumetric capacity. In order to build a volumetric tank table where you can view the fuel level in millimeters and the matching volume in litres, underground tanks must be calibrated. Even the most precise measurement instrument will yield incorrect results in the absence of a proper calibration mechanism. Even when underground storage tanks are filled or have limited access, EIWAA uses advanced laser scanning methodology via the EODR method to measure the volumetric calibration table preparation. The tank calibration system from EIWAA features precise laser application, robot mechanics, and 3D modeling algorithms. Tank calibration tables are produced quickly and accurately thanks to Tank calibration technology.Tank calibration tables are quickly and accurately produced according to Tank calibration technology. Whether cylindrical, rectangular, or horizontal, all tanks can be calibrated using EIWAA’s fuel tank calibration technology. For most horizontal, cylindrical, and rectangular tanks, EIWAA offers ATEX approved laser technology in UST tank calibration that can measure the inner diameter, tank dimension, tank volume, height, slope of the tank, etc. Using an UST tank calibration system, UST petroleum tank can be securely calibrated in a short amount of time with great accuracy and precision. The following horizontal tank calibrations are available with our advanced ATEX-approved laser tank calibration technology: rectangular and cylindrical tanks. By creating a 3D mathematical model of the UST tank for determining the volumetric calibration of the storage tank, our advanced 3D laser scanning technologies enable determination of all inner dimensions of the fuel tank. The fact that the tank cannot be empty and that tanks can measure volumetric calibration with high precision calibration mode are advantages. The products of tank calibration services include a calibration chart or dip chart with temperature correction tables.