Site reconciliation, Tank synchronization, Meter reconciliation – Gasboy PC CFN site controller User Manual

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MDE-4489 Gasboy® PC/CFN User’s Guide·July 2005

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Overview of Tank Inventory Management

PC/CFN Basics

Site Reconciliation

This report shows a day-by-day breakdown of actual fuel vs. calculated book value and
provides a means to spot potential discrepancies in the fueling operation. It is based on
dipstick transactions or manual entry of dipstick readings. These readings should be taken
following your site's established procedures. This report contains the following fields: site
number and name, tank and product, date and time of each stick transaction/reading, the
starting level, volume and water level, gallons pumped, gallons delivered, inventory balance,
the ending level, volume and water level, the gallons over or under, and a calculated leak
Note: This report has been formatted to match the EPA Inventory control method for leak

detection. It should be run once per day to conform to EPA procedures. Check your

local and federal regulations to determine if this method is an acceptable form of leak

detection for your sites.

Tank Synchronization

This report details each time a tank synchronization occurs. For accurate results, this report
should be run after transaction processing and before purging transactions. It contains the
following fields: site number and name, date, time, tank, book balance, fuel volume, variance,
gallons pumped since last synchronization, leak tolerance, and tolerance results.

Meter Reconciliation

This report details a comparison of the actual pump/dispenser totalizer reading to the gallons
pumped as recorded by processed fuel transactions. It should be run as needed according to
your site's procedures. It contains the following fields: site number and name, pump, product,
date and time of totalizer reading, totalizer reading, gallons pumped by totalizer and
transaction and any variance.