The “Scully” name has a long history of innovation, which began in 1842 when James Scully created the first steel interlocking sheet piling and rotating cement trucks. This development was integral to the construction of bridges, breakwaters, and subways, as well as prominent buildings, throughout Boston. Continuing the family tradition, his son Francis, an MIT-educated engineer, patented the first-ever oil spillage device and incorporated Scully Signal Company in 1936.
Innovative New Fluid Handling Solution Protects People and the Environment
Wilmington, MA—Scully Signal Company (Scully) and Emco Wheaton are pleased to announce the latest innovation in fluid handling systems, TankTek™. TankTek is the product of a new partnership between Scully and Emco Wheaton, both longtime industry leaders in protecting people and the environment.
Keep Terminal Workers Safe with Reliable Rack-to-Vehicle Connection
Preventing overfills and keeping workers and operations safe from static charge build up is always top of mind when loading and unloading vehicles at the fuel terminal. A key element to ensuring a vehicle is grounded before loading begins is a reliable rack-to-vehicle cable and plug connection.
Meet the June 2023 Deadline for New NFPA Fueling Safety Requirements
New National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 407 requirements go into effect June 2023. NFPA has updated regulatory requirements for aviation fill stands and refuelers to improve safety, reduce the risk of fuel spills, fires or accidents, and help protect operators from injury.
Robust, Durable Locking Cap Keeps Thieves at Bay from Tanks
With petroleum and oil products commanding high prices, the risk of theft is rising in the U.S. Tanks using a tight-fill connection holding diesel, heating oil, and lube may be installed away from human supervision—making them easy targets for theft. An average size tank holding 275 gallons of heating oil at an average price of $5.81 per gallon (per Mass.gov November 18, 2022), is worth $1,597 of oil that can be vulnerable to thieves when left unprotected. Theft, which has primarily been a problem in emerging nations, has become more prevalent in U.S. markets.
Overfill Prevention Systems and Equipment Manufactured in USA Minimize Supply Chain Disruption
The first quarter of 2020 saw the beginning of the pandemic, and the start of major disruptions and turmoil for people’s personal lives and businesses. No industry was untouched, and the wildly unpredictable demand for goods and services made it difficult for companies to plan and meet the demands of a changing marketplace.
Is your supply chain interrupted?
We can help.
Scully's inhouse manufacturing is vertically integrated with our own machine shop, diecast, electronic, and mechanical assembly. We have access to components and plenty of production capacity. Scully’s core systems include—but are not limited to—overfull prevention, static ground proving, retained product monitoring, and oil delivery. You can depend on us for safe, dependable products and service.
We’re Here for You
We want to assure you that Scully is here to produce the equipment and provide the services you depend on. As an integrated company with in-house manufacturing and technical support, we can respond immediately. Scully will remain a steadfast resource for you as we weather this crisis together.
We wish everyone stays safe and remains well.
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Top Quality Standards Help Maintain Exceptional Safety Expectations
Why is an ISO-certified Quality Management System (QMS) so important to companies and their customers? We all look for quality products and expect high standards of service—all at minimal risk to our business goals. With such a robust global economy and products and services available across countries, industries, product lines, and markets, there needs to be a quality management marker for differentiating manufacturers that adhere to standards that deliver quality … consistently.
How to Eliminate the Pain Points You’ve Experienced with Plug-n-Play Systems
There’s a new way to Connect for overfill prevention systems! When our customers told us plug-and-play systems were a great idea, but they wanted Scully quality—we listened—and engineered the best quick-connect, pre-wired sensor system you can buy: Scully Connect.Our goal was to eliminate the “pain points” for failure-free operation. Because it has Scully quality built-in, operators can expect the exact same reliable 30-year proven technology in our sensors—with the only changes being the rugged re-design of the holder and the configuration of the wire connections within the holder.