Okla. Admin. Code § 165:15-15-55 - Temperature compensation on wholesale devices

(a) Use of automatic compensators. If a wholesale liquid measuring device is equipped with an automatic temperature compensator, it must be connected, operable, and in use at all times. Such automatic temperature compensator may not be removed, nor may a compensated device be replaced with an uncompensated device, without the written approval of the Fuel Specialist.
(b) Written invoices. Any written invoice based on a reading of a wholesale measuring device equipped with an automatic temperature compensator must show that the volume delivered has been adjusted to the volume at 60°F.
(c) Non-automatic temperature compensation. If the volume of the product delivered is adjusted to the volume at 60°F, the product temperature must be taken during the delivery in the liquid chamber of the meter or in the meter inlet or discharge line adjacent to the meter, or must be taken in the compartment of the receiving vehicle at the time it is loaded. The accompanying invoice must indicate that the volume of the product has been adjusted for temperature variations to a volume of 60°F, and must also state the product temperature and API gravity used in making the adjustment.
(d) Replacement of non-automatic temperature compensation meters. As non-automatic temperature compensation meters are replaced, they will be replaced with equipment to provide automatic temperature compensated readout.


Okla. Admin. Code § 165:15-15-55
Amended at 18 Ok Reg 1052, eff 5-11-01

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