Apollo Smart Oil Monitor Now Online At TankDepot.co.uk
29th October 2011
Apollo Smart, the revolutionary Heating Oil Energy Monitor from Dunraven Systems Limited, is now available order online from TankDepot.co.uk.
Previewed at this year’s FPS EXPO Exhibition in Harrogate and officially launched at the recent Plumbing & Heating Trade Show in Belfast, Apollo Smart is the world’s first heating oil energy monitor.
“Developed specifically for use with domestic oil heating systems, Apollo Smart builds upon the success of Dunraven’s existing range of Apollo branded heating oil monitors, which have revolutionised how heating oil is monitored and measured. However, Apollo Smart is so much more than just another oil tank monitor or tank contents gauge.”, explains TankDepot.co.uk Director, Steve Beech.
“Uniquely for a domestic oil monitor, Apollo Smart displays the usable volume of heating oil remaining inside a tank in both litres and as a percentage of total tank capacity. It also allows heating oil users to monitor heating oil consumption in litres, fuel costs in £ Sterling or € Euros and carbon emissions in kgCO2. Stored data is retained for up to 12 months and can be analysed on a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis.
“To reduce the risk of running out of heating oil, Apollo Smart users also benefit from a unique ‘Days To Empty’ function, which predicts the number of days supply remaining upon the basis of current and historical usage trends. The risk of running out of fuel is reduced further by inbuilt audible and visual low level warning alarms.
“Integral USB connectivity and powerful onboard storage also allows users to upload stored data to almost any Mac or PC for further analysis and interrogation, via the Apollo Smart App, which is scheduled for release shortly.”
Apollo Smart is suitable for installation on almost any single skin or bunded domestic heating oil tank, from 0.5 to 3.0 metres tall, irrespective of manufacturer or material of construction.
Click here to buy Apollo Smart online at TankDepot.co.uk
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Article Last Updated 29th October 2011