Fuel Dispensing Tanks
Diesel Fuel Dispensing Tanks
Diesel dispensing pumps can be supplied with flowrates from 50 to 100 litres per minute to suit the majority of refuelling applications. Higher flow rates can be achieved using larger pump systems or with specialist pump skids. A standard electric pump kit includes a flowmeter, 4 metres of dispensing hose, automatic shut-off nozzle with holster and a junction box. Self-retracting hose reels can extend the hose reach up to 20m. Fuel management systems provide a secure way to permit only authorised users access, while allowing managers to view fuel useage data. Our “Fuelstation” tanks include a lockable secure top hatch which contains the dispensing pump and any gauges or alarms. A full height pump housing with lockable galvanised steel roller-shutter door is more suitable for larger capacity tanks to store dispensing pumps securely.
Tanks with multiple compartments offer the benefit of being able to dispense several different products from one tank. Also known as split-compartment tanks, they typically have two or more separate compartments within the tank body. Each compartment has its own set of fittings and pipework connecting to a separate pump within the pump housing. We can also mount a pump housing to each end of the tank to provide two dispensing locations.
Oil Dispensing Tanks
Lubricating oils can be dispensed using air-operated pumps and hoses with highly accurate flowmeters. Waste oil tanks fitted with air-operated diaphragm pumps will allow you to waste oils from other sources into the storage tank for later bulk removal.
Our tank department team have a wide range of experience and skills to provide fuel dispensing tank solutions. Contact us by email at email@example.com or phone 0131 554 1646.
Check that your existing tanks follow Environment Agency (EA), Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) and Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) Guidelines Pollution Prevention Guidelines GPP2 to ensure compliance with all oil storage regulations.
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