Single or double-walled fuel tanks ?
Storing and transporting fuel in optimum conditions
Single-walled fuel tanks do not have the same specifications as double-walled tanks. Even though they can contain the same fuel types, fuel storage and transport is not provided in the same conditions. Storing and transporting this hazardous liquid requires optimum safety alongside the protection of the environment and people.
The secondary wall on the double-walled tank collects and contains any fuel that may have leaked. This type of tank is usually fitted with a leak detector and a mechanical gauge. The tank filling level is visible at all times.
The double-walled fuel tank is suitable for work sites, industrial sites and is ideal in cases of frequent travel.
Contrary to single-walled fuel tanks, they can be used to keep and travel with a large quantity of fuel without any risk of leakage or overflow.
They are unanimously recognised as providing optimum safety and environmental protection.
The advantages of double-walled storage tanks
Extensively approved by professionals, double-walled fuel tanks have many strengths:
- Perfect leak tightness thanks to their secondary casing
- Optimum safety for storage and transport
- Protection of the environment, no risks of leakage or overflowing
- Adapted to all sectors of activity
- Resistance to the most extreme outdoor conditions
- No retention container required (unlike the simple oil tank)
There are different double-walled tank models available for professionals. With a capacity varying from 250 to 2980 litres, our transport tanks can provide effective everyday refuelling. Our above-ground storage tanks are available for capacities from 1,400 to 60,000 litres.