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Advantages of Large Portable Fuel Tanks

Stationary fuel storage tanks

For on-site fueling and auxiliary fuel supply we use today stationary or transportable double-wall fuel storage tanks. Using large portable fuel tanks we get an efficient and modern solution for fuel supply through fuel tank rental.

Types of Large Portable Fuel Tanks

Having a fully transportable design and the ability to fuel more than one piece of equipment, the large portable fuel tanks can be divided into two main types: stationary fuel storage tanks and transportable fuel storage tanks.

The main difference between these types of large fuel tanks is represented by their capacity.

1. Stationary fuel storage tanks

Being stationary, this type of fuel storage tanks is the largest, ranging from 2,000 Gallons to 21,500 Gallons.

Modern stationary fuel storage tanks are double-walled tanks with 110% Containment, UL 142 APPROVED, and with built-in weatherproof secondary containment which eliminates the need for pans or basins.

To make transportation easier, stationary fuel storage tanks feature lifting eyes and forklift pockets for easy tank handling and relocation if needed when empty.

For easy access, these tanks allow easy inspection of the inner tank, which simplifies routine maintenance.

To ensure a secure hose access, the tanks use letterbox-style ports that enable continuous fueling while the cabinet is locked.

The stationary fuel storage tanks also feature a full-height pump cabinet that secures all dispensing equipment such as ports and fittings for improved safety and security.

2. Transportable fuel storage tanks

Being transportable, this type of fuel storage tanks is smaller, ranging from 250 Gallons to 4,500 Gallons.

Despite the fact that they have a smaller capacity, transportable fuel storage tanks feature the same specs like stationary fuel storage tanks such as: lifting eyes and forklift pockets for easy tank handling and relocation, double-wall with 110% Containment, UL 142 APPROVED, and with built-in weatherproof secondary containment eliminating the need for pans or basins, easy access, secure hose access and a full-height pump cabinet that secures all dispensing equipment such as ports and fittings for improved safety and security.

Transportable fuel storage tanks

Transportable fuel storage tanks.

Transportable double-wall fuel storage tanks offer an efficient solution for on-site fueling and an auxiliary fuel supply due to their fully transportable design and the ability to fuel multiple pieces of equipment simultaneously.

Using transportable fuel storage tanks can increase your efficiency and double or even triple your runtime.

For logistically challenging sites (less accessible places), the transportable fuel storage tanks can safely be lifted by crane or forklift.

The transfer blind also meets multiple worldwide transport regulations. This means that you can transport fuel anywhere you need it.

The transportable fuel storage tanks features can help you transport fuel to and around job sites, and eliminate the need for spill pans or basins.

They prevent spills and deter theft, while simplifying cleaning, maintenance and inspection.

Transportable fuel storage tanks have many applications and can be used in aviation, agriculture, construction, government/military, fuel distribution, logistics, mining, oil and gas, offshore, power generations, rental, etc.

To ease the use in these applications, transportable fuel storage tanks include numerous accessories such as: pump jets, remote power kits, tank monitoring equipment, fuel management systems and more.

Transportable fuel storage tanks represent the future of fueling and whether for a job site, fleet fueling, or to support your back-up power, there is also a product or equipment that will suit your needs.

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I am a writer and reporter for the clean energy sector, I cover climate change issues, new clean technologies, sustainability and green cars. Danny Ovy

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