Bunded Fuel tanks
It is a requirement of the Control of Pollution Regulations (Oil) 2001 that any above ground vessel with a capacity of 205 litres or greater of oil product must be bunded.
Vectec has a range of totally enclosed steel bunded fuel tanks that meet the requirements of these regulations. Available in rectangular or cylindrical form these fuel tanks are specified to the highest standard to ensure that fuel is stored safely and securely.
Vectec can install and maintain every fuel tank we supply
Capacities from 2,000 to 125,000 litres all incorporating the same advanced features including:
• Totally enclosed bunds to prevent the build up of rain water.
• Lockable security cabinets with drip trays to house fill point and dispensing equipment .
• Overfill prevention devices and bund alarms.
• Remote telemetry to record tank contents and warn when re-ordering is required..
• Fuel dispensers incorporating security and recording functions .
• Delivery and commissioning by our own qualified engineers
The Fuel Package Tank
The Fuel Package Tank is an inner fuel storage tank, externally encased within an outer weatherproof bund to ensure any leakage or nominal overfill situation is safely contained. The Fuel Package Tank is easily transportable as a one-piece unit and reduces costly and time consuming site work.
Vectec also supply below ground fuel tanks and above ground, plastic tanks for diesel and AdBlue storage.
Click on the drop down menu above on the ‘Fuel Tanks’ tab for more information.
Planned Diesel Tank Maintenance
It is necessary to service a fuel installation in the same way as it is necessary to service a vehicle. We address this issue by undertaking a multi part check of the whole fuel installation. This can be done annually for low volume users or six monthly for high volume users.
In addition to this service we can arrange fuel tank testing and cleaning, fuel tank installation and relocation and fuel tank decommissioning. We can also carry out annual electrical tests on petrol installations.
Click on the ‘Planned Maintenance and Breakdown Support’ tab above to find out more.