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Our EcoSafe oil tanks come in a wide range of shapes and sizes to choose from, so you’ll want to consider how much space you have available and the amount of oil you will be consuming. This will be determined by the number of people working on-site and the type of appliances you use.
It is also important to consider whether you are limited by space where you plan on installing your oil tank. If you’re not confined when it comes to space, a larger tank may be more expensive initially, but it will store more oil (allowing for bulk purchases) and will not need refilling as frequently, saving you money in the long run.
View our additional oil tank types below:
At NWF Fuels, we have only the best prices for our customers, efficient delivery services right to your doorstep, and high-quality customer service, meaning we give each of our customers the best quality service always.
What is a Bunded Oil Tank?
A Bunded Oil Tank is a tank within a tank. The fuel is stored in the inner tank and the outer tank acts as a failsafe so that in the event of a spillage, excess fuel will collect in the bund. If you want to learn more about what is a bunded oil tank, please read our dedicated article.
How far away does an oil tank have to be from a building?
Oil tanks with a nominal capacity not exceeding 3,500 litres should not be fitted any closer than 1.8 metres to a non-fire-rated (30-minute minimum fire resistance) wall or eaves. Where these clearances cannot be achieved, the measures noted in British Standard BS 5410 and OFTEC Technical Instruction Book 3 must be provided.
Find out more about our oil tank installation guide.
Heating oil tank types
A heating oil tank can be single-skinned (one layer), double-skinned (two layers) or integrally bunded (with a protective layer).
A bunded tank has one tank sitting within another, with the outside tank housing the main tank’s fittings and vents. These tanks give better protection than double-skinned tanks, as there is more room between the two layers to prevent oil from leaking externally.
How do you secure an oil tank?
There are a number of ways you can protect your oil tank. We’ve put together a list of guided security recommendations below:
- Use high-quality and strong padlocks
- Install a perimeter alarm and a tank alarm
- Install motion-activated lights
- Install a strong and secure fuel storage tank
- Protect access to your storage tank with a cage
- Monitor access to your storage tank with CCTV
Please visit our article to prevent home heating oil theft.
How much is a new oil tank?
Our prices vary depending on the oil tank size and shape. We supply and install a full range of quality oil tanks in a variety of different sizes.
What size oil tank do I need?
Oil tanks can range in capacity, from 650 litres to 10,000 litres in size, so we can meet your needs. To calculate the size of the tank you need, you will need to consider the following factors below:
- the size of your property
- its usage
- the space available to you
- the location of your tank
How do I protect an oil tank from the sun?
Every tank sold by NWF Fuels is manufactured from a material which incorporates UV inhibitors. These prevent UV rays from permeating the structure of the tank, thus preventing fuel degradation.
Why choose NWF Fuels?
At NWF Fuels, we are dedicated to delivering unparalleled customer service and supplying our customers, both new and established, with top-notch products at unbeatable prices.
Our commitment to excellence ensures that each customer receives everything they require to meet their needs.
We offer a range of different products including the below:
For more information about our products, give our team a call on 01638 741306 or email email@example.com.