In this episode, we discuss everything you need to know about E-Stops. Also known as an E-Button or E-Switch, this is an emergency shutoff located at the front of the building either 20 or 100 feet away from the closest dispenser required by the NEC and NFPA.
Pushing an E-Stop will instantaneously turn off all power to dispensers into the fueling system. This is important because if there is a fire or spark , the fuel will be shut off and will stop the flow.
Listen in and learn how to find and identify an E-Stop, what must be done if an E-Stop is switched, and more.
- 00:23 What are E-Stops?
- 01:27 Where wiring begins and ends with an E-Stop
- 03:28 How to identify an E-Stop
- 05:37 Why the circuit needs to be hardwired into the PLC
- 07:12 The best place to install an E-Stop indoors
- 08:06 What to do once everything has been shut off
- 10:24 The protocol to follow once the E-Stop is switched
- 14:02 What to do when an E-Stop fails
- 15:14 Who checks the E-Stop to ensure they are operational
- 19:12 Types of establishments that need more E-Stops than most
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- An E-Stop or E-Button or E-Switch is a device that turns off all the dispensers. It’s an emergency shut-off switch/button.
- An E-Stop forces you to be in a remote location to reset. You have to physically go look and see why something went wrong.