Most fuel dispenser manufacturers consider the job done when the unit leaves their warehouse, but that is simply not how Tecalemit operates. Our customers do diesel dispenser installation for you, and we do our part to educate and ensure it’s done right…
Somethings in life take finesse. In situations where finesse is not afforded, a problem is created. As you know, we turn issues into innovation and diesel dispenser installation is no exception. When the HDM eco 80 unit lands in your yard, and is ready to be plumbed, how you terminate that line requires attention to one very important detail. Your equipment comes with a 1 ¼“ FNPT threaded inlet, but it’s critical to terminate the connection with a flexible pipe. This is where that, seemingly small, detail comes into play. The HDM eco 80 unit is certainly tough and can take a beating. This rugged dispensing station can handle when it’s users are not so delicate, but without the flexible connection tapping into the inlet side of the pump, the connection could eventually be compromised.
What you need to terminate the connection from a HDM eco 80 Diesel Dispenser unit to your fluid:
- HDM Eco 80 has a 1 ¼“ FNPT threaded inlet to the pump. The HDM DEF has a ¾” hose barb inlet connection.
- Necessary installation tools and accessories to connect the line
- Flexible/mesh pipe to terminate into the pump. You can use hard pipe coming of the tank but make sure you terminate with a flexible connection.