Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the world's busiest airport has deployed the Atmos Portable Tightness Monitor (APTM) to ensure its entire fuel hydrant system is safe. To promote its success, Atmos International (Atmos) has produced a video case study which is viewable below.

The airport, also known as ATL, had over 110 million people come through its gates in 2019 and uses over a billion gallons of fuel annually which equates to 2,500 flights a day and 3 million gallons of fuel a day.

The APTM system produced by Atmos has revolutionized how the airport’s fuel farm operators and management undertake tests of their hydrant systems. With three fuel farms, including the City of Atlanta tank farm, ensuring the product getting to the fuel hydrants cleanly and safely is paramount.

You can find out more about Atmos offering to the aviation industry here.

With thanks to Justin Deadwyler, City of Atlanta Fuel Farm Contract Manager and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport