Adler and Allan will be exhibiting at the Tank Storage Conference and Exhibition next week (15th October), the UK’s leading event for the bulk liquid storage sector. The must-attend event of the year for any organisation working in the fuels, chemicals, edible oils and fats storage industries, the show is the ideal platform for Adler and Allan to showcase its expertise in the fields of tank installation and maintenance.
Taking place at the Ricoh Arena, in Coventry, the Tank Storage Conference and Exhibition includes presentations from the COMAH Competent Authority and industry experts.
Tank services from Adler and Allan
Adler and Allan provides a range of tank services, primarily for organisations requiring fuel storage, such as forecourts and industrial facilities. Adler and Allan’s Tanktechnik tank linings provide targeted corrosion prevention, including an exclusive single to double wall transformation specifically for non-pressurized (atmospheric) underground tanks that store potentially hazardous liquids, such as automotive fuels or chemicals.
We can help with Oil Storage Regulation compliance, install and repair bunding, necessary to prevent pollution, advise and carry out best-practice tank installation and provide on-going maintenance, tank cleaning and inspection, in accordance with OFTEC and PPG2 Pollution Prevention guidelines.
Keeping tanks in top condition will not only prevent pollution and ensure compliance, it will also help to maintain fuel quality, of particular importance in-light of our increasing use of bio-fuels. Bio-fuels are more prone to bacterial contamination, which can result in blockage of fuel filters and increased corrosion.
Apart from tank installation and maintenance, Adler and Allan can also provide fuel testing and polishing, using mobile units and a dedicated laboratory; one of only a handful in the UK that tests to ASTM and EN ISO standards.
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