Self bunded tanks

Double-walled, self bunded tanks

Self bunded tanks are a double-walled tank (a tank within a tank) that can be set up as a fully transportable solution for UK site operators to store and/or pump diesel on site. Our self bunded tanks are available in a number of sizes to suit a wide number of applications; from small yards to large depot facilities.

Self bunded tanks can be used for a storage depot or just to increase existing storage and include the following features:

  • High flow fuel dispensing
  • Truck loading arms
  • Computerised individual card and PIN system
  • Computerised reporting of individual and fleet vehicle usage
  • Diesel powered primary or emergency back-up power source
  • Remote tank gauging solutions
  • Remote filling
  • Remote bowser
  • Credit card facilities
  • For flammable and combustible liquids

Why bunded fuel tanks?

Many fuel storage tanks require oil bunds to prevent pollution. Under the Oil Storage Regulations, a qualifying bunded fuel tank should be contained within bunding totalling no less than 110% of the storage tanks full capacity.

Most commercial or industrial sites and institutes should bund any fuel storage tank exceeding 200 litres. In general, building regulations state that new or replacement tanks exceeding 2,500 litres must be bunded.

Apart from legislation, we estimate that up to 80% of tank replacement and bund renewal costs can be saved by tank bunding and lining. Our bund linings are suitable for a vast range of applications and are currently used in the Electrical Utilities, Power Generation, Manufacturing, Marine, Forecourts and Water industries.

For more information call 0800 592 827 or complete this Adler and Allan Self bunded tanks Online Enquiry Form.

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