Category Archives: Fuel tank

Bunded Oil Tank Regulations

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Fuel Storage Regulations for your home or business You have to follow certain regulations if you have an oil storage container at your home, business or farm. Oil storage containers include tanks, drums, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and mobile containers called ‘bowsers’. The person responsible for the property or premises is usually legally responsible for […]

Understanding the Different Types of Diesel Tanks

1000 litres fuel tank outside

Diesel tanks are an essential part of many industries, from construction to agriculture to transportation. They are used to store and transport diesel fuel, which is a vital source of energy for many machines and vehicles. However, not all diesel tanks are created equal. In this article, we will discuss the different types of diesel […]

Common Problems with Diesel Tanks and How to Fix Them

diesel tank used to store fuel in safely

Diesel tanks are an essential part of many industries, from transportation to agriculture. However, like any piece of equipment, they can experience issues that can cause delays and disruptions in operations. In this article, we will discuss some common problems with diesel tanks and how to fix them. Leaks One of the most common problems […]

Considerations when installing a domestic fuel tank on your property

Domestic fuel tanks play a vital role in keeping some homes warm and supplied with hot water. But there are a number of important considerations when installing a domestic fuel tank on your property. So what are these? And how can you ensure the best possible results? What are the important considerations when installing a […]

Flammable vs Inflammable vs Combustible

If you work with fuels, oils, or chemicals on daily basis, you’ve likely come across these three terms before! “Flammable”, “inflammable”, and “combustible” are similar terms that only slightly vary in definition, but most people don’t know what these slight differences are! In fact, many people fall under the misconception that “flammable” and “inflammable” are […]