* Improved safety
* Higher equipment availability
* Lower defect rates
* Reduced costs
* Increased production, agility and flexibility
* Improved employee morale
* Better asset utilization
* Enhanced enterprise image to customers, suppliers, employees, and management
Your employees can work smarter, not harder with this machine.
Buckets, pans, filters, trays, funnels and so much more tends to pile up quickly. This leads to a large messy pile of items you may or may not need again. With our product you can eliminate so many of these items in oil waste removal and other fluids as well. Our AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM is one of a kind!
How can the AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM save you money?
* Increases productivity
* Starts and stops by itself
* Becomes cheaper to run on every cycle
* Manual function increases machine's versatility value
* Removes contaminated fluid to any location you need
* Reduces employee injuries due to minimal lifting
* Machine is ergonomic
* Keeps a clean shop
* No secondary containment is needed
*Simply the BEST oil waste removal product!
The AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM will be a tremendous addition to your business.
Stugart Industries would like to introduce the AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM. The concept for this system originated from “5-S Programs” that corporations use to keep their “house” in order. For shops that are well kept, this machine is invaluable in handling waste oil while addressing that always messy area where a mechanic empties the waste fluid. This can now be maintained with little to no effort. The lean “5-S Program” benefits include improved safety, higher equipment availability, lower defect rates, reduced costs, increased production, agility and flexibility, improved employee morale, better asset utilization, and enhanced enterprise image to customers, suppliers, employees, and management. The AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM stands out in all these areas. Productivity, housekeeping, and ergonomics is the basis of this machine. As a durable and reliable piece of shop equipment that will get well used with little attention, the AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM will do the job and then some.
With the AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM an employee can dispense waste fluid efficiently and keep a good productive pace. The design of this machine will simplify the process of disposing waste fluid. The unit will start and shut off automatically, pumping the waste fluid to a storage tank of your choosing. This will allow an employee to move on with other duties. The unit uses a basic diaphragm pump, 12 to 13 GPM. The pump is capable of moving 3/32 to 1/8-inch solids. The occasional piece of ‘floor dry’ should go through. Periodic cleaning of the unit is required as with any machine. Good maintenance will ensure ultimate performance of the AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM. This machine is activated with a float system, keeping the unit running until 99% of the fluid has been removed from the collection pan, then turns off automatically. Secondary containment is not required per OSHA Standards 1910.120, also EPA under 40 CFR 264.193(b). This unit is not a storage container, it is a transfer system. However, if your company policies suggest or require such, the unit is adaptable. Compressed air is the unit’s only power requirements, which reduces fire or explosion hazards. It meets safety and housekeeping concerns in well-kept shops.
The basic unit has been constructed with a low, 12-inch front edge. This will allow a 5-gallon bucket to be poured into it with ease. Ergonomically, it saves your back! And automatically, waste fluid is transferred to your storage tank. The machine is also equipped with a manual “on” valve and an auxiliary port. With an exterior hose hook up, you can now pump from another container, such as a 55-gallon barrel, or a contaminated fuel or hydraulic system. Using this method, the machine will transfer the fluid to your storage tank.
The unit’s collection pan is constructed with 12ga. cold-rolled steel. Back/side splash panels are made using 12ga. galvanized steel. The drain screens in the collection pan are constructed with ¾ inch expanded metal with support gussets every 6 inches, capable of supporting over 200 lbs. The back shelf will hold several draining filters to be disposed of in the manner the state laws or company policy dictates. The shelf also is a good place to store fill cans, funnels, or specialty utensils. The capacity of the basic 3’ x 5’ unit is approximately 20 gallons. The AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM will be able to sustain evacuation even if 5-gallon increments are poured in continually. Therefore, even as the level comes up, it is being evacuated almost as fast.
Larger and smaller units are available upon request at an adjusted cost.
Patent No: US 11,549,504 B2
The AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM has been created with shop productivity and good housekeeping in mind. It's ergonomic design protects the physical health of your employees. Click below to see more in our demonstration video.
Waste fluid removal is a sloppy mess!
Lifting can break your employees' backs!
Our product makes your waste disposal station look much cleaner and well put together as well as more efficient.
The drain screens in our product are easy to remove and clean out residue.
We strive to bring you quality equipment that is not only good for your business but also protects the employees and the environment.
Having been a mechanic for 50 years I have drained a lot of oil. Waste fluid removal was ALWAYS an issue, mostly a sloppy mess! There was never enough space to drain filters or place utensils when trying to comply with state or company policies and regulations. These points have always had shortcomings. The AUTOMATED FLUID TRANSFER SYSTEM has been designed with these in mind. - Ruben Stugart
We are a family owned company and do our very best to provide an affordable product that is "Made In The USA."
Can we agree that everything has its place and there is a place for everything? The design of this machine will simplify the process of disposing waste fluid and storage of utensils.
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