DEF, or diesel exhaust fluid, is the answer to new emission requirements from the EPA. This fuel is a high purity solution of urea in demineralized water. Unlike regular diesel, DEF can be safely handled by humans and looks very similar to water. It is not toxic, hazardous, flammable, or explosive, making it much safer to use. However, you can’t just fill your diesel truck with DEF – you will need a separate tank.
DEF Saves Money and the Environment
For every 100 gallons of diesel fuel required, you only need 3 gallons of DEF. DEF also reduces nitrogen oxide emissions and allows engines to operate at maximum efficiency. This increases the fuel economy of your vehicle and lowers your fuel costs.
DEF meets the most recent set of Clean Air Act specifications enforced by the EPA. It also fits the automotive industry specifications defined by ISO 22241.
Rykin Pump Company offers quality DEF storage tanks in Texas for your fueling station. When you need DEF products, or a wide variety of other products like fuel nozzles, automotive lifts, automated fuel systems, lighting, or even gas station POS systems, contact Rykin Pump. Contact our team of specialists online or give us a call at 866-603-5998 and we will be happy to assist you.
Oilfield construction requires careful preparation. Here are the steps that we need to take to ensure that your oil field is in legal compliance and allows you to drill for years to come responsibly.
Environmental Impact Studies
Doing environmental impact studies helps you avoid costly mistakes down the line. Having to do revisions halfway through construction to reduce environmental impact is extremely expensive and eats up a lot of time. Making sure your operation is ecologically responsible is important.
The next step is to create access roads to your construction site. They will need to be wide, level roads that allow machinery and commercial vehicles to access the site easily.
The next step to prepare your oilfield construction site is to clear trees and other vegetation so that you can expand your facilities.
Next, we construct construction pads which give us a temporary drilling site. These can be made from gravel, shell, or local lumber. While they can be made from concrete or asphalt, it is important to make sure you are meeting environmental regulations.
The final step is to create a reserve pit which will be used to store discarded drilling materials like water, rock, mud, and any ground fluids that come to the surface. Items in the reserve pit will then be safely disposed of at a later date.
When you need efficient and meticulous oil field construction in Texas, contact Rykin Pump Company at 866-603-5998.