A single skin tank is literally just that, one layer of plastic that contains the oil or liquid inside. They are generally cheaper than bunded (2-layer tanks) but are less secure. Most domestic and commercial customers will opt for 2 layer, bunded tanks but in England and Scotland you can use single skin tanks in some situations.  We always recommend employing an OFTEC approved engineer to carry out an ‘oil storage risk assessment’ before you consider installing a single skin tank.

We are proud to offer the very popular Harlequin Plastic coal bunkers which are tough, durable and also lightweight. There are three sizes available, holding either 150kg (3 bags of […]

Rather than relying on technology or if you are more old school, check out our mechanical adjustable tank clock gauge. It has vertical reading, complete with seal for tight tank […]

The Atlantis 230 Litre PolliCube Tank for AdBlue® is made from polyethylene and is very robust.  It is suitable for the transportation of diesel and certain other oils (please check […]

Where you decide to store your coal bunker, will largely depend on how much space you have, whether it’s inside or outside. For outside storage, the important thing to remember is […]

We advise to preserve the life of your steel fuel tank and protect it from the weather, that you carry out tank maintenance annually. Top tips for your annual inspection […]

Are you finding it hard to choose the right tank? Plastic, steel, bunded (double skinned), non-bunded (single skinned), large or space saving? Don’t worry… it’s not just you! We fully […]