Maintain Your Oil’s Purity with a New Tank
To keep oil in pristine condition, it helps to store it in a new and never-used tank. Regular cleaning and pumping services can also prevent degradation of a current tank and assist in treating an unexpected leak. Tank suppliers cover all types of tank designs. Therefore, they may specialise in or offer bunded tanks, metal tanks, single-skin tanks, fire tanks, water tanks, or underground-style tanks.
Removing and Installing a New Oil Tank
When carrying out the entire removal of a tank, tank professionals follow set guidelines. First, the contents of an existing tank are emptied into a temporary tank. The boiler is switched off during the process. However, if a cooker is present, it can be kept running during the work.
Depending on the size of the replacement tank, professionals then extend, renew, or relocate the current base to realise regulatory fitment. They then fit the new tank, which features an ultrasonic gauge. This measure records the oil level and communicates the reading to a unit that is plugged into an electrical socket on the premises. This allows the client to track fuel levels.
Testing the Oil Line
Professionals who handle services for Dorset tanks, vats, and cisterns then test the oil line before the contents in the temporary tank are filtered and inserted into the replacement tank. At the end of the work, the boiler is tested to make sure it is functioning and operating safely. If applicable, the cooker is reconnected. The old tank is then uplifted to the tank supplier’s yard for degassing, cleaning, and recycling to a registered recycler.
When installing a new tank, make sure that is not located near any properties or boundaries. If this type of installation is required, then the tank supplier can build a firewall, typically made from concrete panels and posts that are non-combustible. These kinds of walls are established at the same time a tank is installed.