Vectec Limited designs, supplies, installs and maintains above and below ground refuelling facilities for commercial and public sector organisations.
Vectec is OFTEC registered and ISO9001:2008, Safecontractor and Constructionline accredited.
We provide a range of services including fuel tank testing, cleaning and relocation. We can also carry out fuel tank decommissioning.
Our trained technicians can support and maintain a wide range of fuel dispensing equipment. Vectec’s personnel combine 75 years experience in the commercial fuelling industry and can present a solution to virtually any situation.
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Vectec engineers have extensive experience of maintaining a wide variety of fuel dispensers. It is recommended that fuel pumps should be serviced at least annually or every six months should your fuel dispensers experience heavy usage.
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Vectec Ltd. can also undertake underground line tests from fuel pump to fuel storage tank to check for leakage. This is particularly essential for older installations.
Our concept of Total Fuel Management covers monitoring fuel usage from tanker to tailpipe by measuring the contents of the fuel tank, fuel usage through the pump and incorporating fuel purchases made through the retail network at petrol stations.
Vectec can supply a wide range of fuel management systems. We can provide systems that accept fuel cards, vehicle mounted id tags or conventional electronic keys.
Vectec Ltd engineers can service and maintain most makes of Fuel Management System.
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With high fuel prices, anxiety concerning continuity of supply and requirements for carbon emission monitoring we can truly say that Vectec’s services have never been more essential. An environmental audit of your fuel storage and fuel dispensing facilities will ensure your ongoing compliance with all of the relevant legislation.
The cost of a fuel leak going unnoticed can run to tens of thousands of pounds in clean up costs, not including fines levied on offending companies or their Directors.
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