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Fuel Tank Preparation

1. Select the location for Omnicomm LLS sensor installation, taking into account the following requirements:

  • The installation location should be as close to the geometric center as possible and be placed at the deepest level of the tank:

Selection of Omnicomm <k style='word-break:keep-all;white-space:nowrap'><k style='word-break:keep-all;white-space:nowrap'>LLS-AF</k> 4</k> location

  • When installed, the sensor should not be in contact with reinforcement ribs and existing equipment inside the tank
  • Installing two sensors in one fuel tank allows to significantly reduce the de-pendence of the fuel level on the vehicle inclination angle:

Two Omnicomm LLS fuel level sensors location

2. Steam out the tank to comply with safety regulations

3. Drill out the central bore using a bimetal core drill (or hole saw) ø35 mm

4. Drill out four mounting holes according to the diagram:

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The mounting hole diameter depends on the material of the tank:

  • ø 4 mm – for metal tanks with wall thickness over 3 mm (cut M5 thread)
  • ø 7 mm – for plastic and metal tanks with wall thickness up to 3 mm (for rivets)
  • ø 4 mm – for plastic tanks with wall thickness over 3 mm