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A hydrant fuelling operation requires the pipelines to be positioned under the apron. Fuel is transferred from the storage to each hydrant point and a hydrant dispensing vehicle (dispenser) connects to the hydrant point in the ground and up to the aircraft fuelling point.

The consequence of hydrant leaks in a commercial or military airport can be very high, potentially resulting in fuel contamination, delayed or cancelled flights, safety implications and significant financial costs.

Locating the leak on a few kilometers of hydrant network can be time-consuming and costly. Since 2000, Atmos has supplied a number of tightness monitoring systems for jet fuel pipelines and airport hydrant systems.

Atmos International is proud to be a member of the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Strategic Partnerships Program meaning that we constantly stay abreast of the needs of the industry and continue to develop solutions in line with the market's needs.

Tightness monitoring

A sensitive leak detection system is needed to rigorously test these airport hydrants in accordance with best engineering practices in the shortest time possible, to minimise disruption of flight operations in both commercial and military airports. Since 2000, we have been supplying tightness monitoring systems for jet fuel pipelines and airport hydrant systems.

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