William Pierce of Rollie Systems, Orange, Mass., and Charles Brand of Hart & Liff Fuel and Energy Systems, Newton, N.J., announced formation of Rollie Technology LLC to provide Rollie’s Intelligent Tank Monitoring technology to fuel oil and propane delivery markets. The solution makes use of ultrasonic sound waves and WiFi to precisely measure and report the amount of fuel in a customer’s tank, Rollie Technology said. The technology substantially lowers delivery costs by allowing dealers to optimize the size of their deliveries, and is compatible with most back office software providers, the company said.
The partnership leverages Rollie’s 15 years of experience with remote tank monitoring, originally in large ships at sea. Rollie Technology LLC’s in-house engineering and manufacturing capability will allow it to keep costs low and meet demand, the company said in a statement.
“Any dealer that uses this technology will know exactly how much fuel is in every customer’s tank. This will give them a significant operating advantage over their competitors,” Brand said.
Remote tank monitoring eliminates customers’ worries about running out of fuel, the company said.
For more information, or to request a free trial monitor, visit Rollie Technology LLC’s website at deliver4less.com or call 978-297-0332.
Rollie Systems designs and manufactures tank heaters and tank monitoring systems for the fuel, propane and bulk storage industries at its facility in Orange, Mass.
Hart & Iliff delivers fuels and provides HVAC services to customers in northwest New Jersey from its facility in Newton, N.J.