Get a 1350 Litre Bunded Oil Tank – Carbery 1350HB From EasyMerchant Today!
Carbery Bunded Tanks consist of a ‘tank inside another tank’. Fuel is stored in the first tank, whilst the second tank acts as a failsafe in the event of a spill, significantly reducing the risk of an environmental pollution incident. In Ireland and the UK, Bunded Tanks are most agricultural and domestic installations, as well as a requirement at all institutional, industrial and commercial installations.
1350HB 1350 Litre Carbery Bunded Oil Tank
1350 litre (approx. 297 gallons) bunded kerosene storage tank.
This quality bunded heating oil tank is suitable for both domestic and commercial fuel oil storage.
Supplied complete with:
- 2″ Lockable Fill Point
- 5″ Lockable Inspection Screw Lid
- 2″ Vent
- 1″ BSP Bottom Outlet (or Top Outlet Connection)
- Lockable Manhole Cover
- 32mm Electronic Gauge Point
- Contents Dipstick
Top Outlet tanks are a “Special Order” and therefore “Non-Returnable”.
Manufactured from high grade polyethylene this Carbery tank is corrosion resistant, has high impact strength and is stabilised. All Carbery tanks are CE marked and comply with the European standards.
At EasyMerchant we chose our providers based on their ability to supply products which are not up to standard, but can also be available for quick shipping and at an price. In regards to bunded oil tanks, we operate with Carbery Plastics to accurately deliver high quality bunded oil tanks directly to you.
A bunded fuel tank is used by most industrial and commercial premises (i.e. those that need an oil tank with a storage capacity of over 200 litres). They’re also a requirement at installations, where siting of the tank needs it based on the requirements of OFTEC. Tanks over 3,500 litres capacity will have to be bunded. As much as this storage limit, it depends upon the pollution risk. By way of instance, a tank is vital if the container has to be sited in a place that carries the danger of an oil spillage reaching a water supply, river, lake or stream. If you’re unsure of the kind of tank you need, the best step is to contact your neighbourhood installer, that will perform a risk assessment for you and allow you to know whether a tank is vital in your circumstances.