News: tagged "Storage Tank Equipment"
Mon, January 29, 2018 - 10:59:00
Are you involved in fuel storage? Whether you are a supplier to the industry or store fuel on site yourself, if your answer is yes than you probably already know that it is best practice to have a tank level alarm fitted. In fact OFTEC regulations recommend that one should be installed as standard on all new tanks.
Thu, August 31, 2017 - 1:52:00
Have you ever wondered how you’re meant to take tank level readings, if your fuel tank fill point cabinet is closed with the gauge locked inside? If not, you’re now probably asking yourself that exact question, and you’ll be wondering what the answer is too. But don’t worry just yet because the answer’s simple, and you can find out how in this article!
Wed, August 16, 2017 - 10:35:00
Imagine you come to use your fuel tank and there’s a problem – the fuel has gone stagnant and contamination is stopping the system from working. Think of the inconvenience and cost downtime alone would cause you, never mind any repairs needed to the equipment the fuel has passed through. Say you’re a hospital, a data centre, a bank or a university, the electricity goes down and…
Fri, October 14, 2016 - 12:59:00
In the UK, it’s common for most domestic oil tanks to have a traditional filter assembly fitted, meaning that the isolation valve is not the first component screwed onto the tank. Whilst this is currently the standard industry practice, a new solution has been developed to overcome some of the issues associated with the generic oil tank filter kits.
Some of the issues associated with…
Tue, August 30, 2016 - 9:09:00
Introducing the Economy Tank Alarm Range from Centre Tank Services - for the September issue of our 'Product of the Month' campaign.
This is the second edition of our ‘product of the month’ campaign and this month it features a range of products rather than just one - our very own tank alarm range.
The CTS economy alarm range comprises of:
Thu, March 10, 2016 - 2:27:00
It’s important for commercial properties to know how much fuel is in their tank, especially when vehicles and/or machinery are refuelling on site. Therefore, having a fuel tank alarm will enable tank owners to monitor their fuel levels and eliminate issues that arise by not having one.
Without monitoring, your tank can run out of fuel, leading to a number of issues including cost implications…
Tue, February 24, 2015 - 3:41:00
Previously, customers who wanted a high capacity…
Wed, October 15, 2014 - 10:05:00
As specialists in the fluid handling and dispensing industry, here at Centre Tank Services we have launched a new tool on our website for our customers to use, called the Fuel Security Monitor. This new tool is an information hub aiming to give our customers advice on fuel security, such as information about how to keep fuel equipment safe and secure, and also to give them tips and advice on how…
Fri, July 19, 2013 - 12:57:00
Don’t get caught without fuel!
For some smaller companies with few vehicles, the fuel tank used for refuelling is hidden down the bottom of the yard, and is only ever seen by the drivers. Or in some cases, the tank is even in a location remote to the office. In both instances these companies may run the risk of running out of fuel, which can cause a number of problems.…
Tue, June 11, 2013 - 1:17:00
With an increasing focus on environmental issues, from both government and lobbying bodies, oil spills and fuel pollution are a common topic facing our industry. These issues have been subject to much debate, which has led to a number of guidelines and recommendations regarding fuel storage and the dispensing of fuel.
Is your refuelling point environmentally friendly? Here are a few…