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Characteristics of bunded fuel tanks

Nowadays, most industrial plants have bunded fuel tanks, which help in storing fuels and other chemicals. With the help of the latest technology, the latest bunded fuel tanks help to prevent leaks and spillages. This in turn helps to prevent accidents and damage.

Generally, bunded fuel tanks have outer tanks and the fuel is stored in the inner tanks, which offers double protection.

A bunded fuel tank generally has an electrically operated pump, with shut-off nozzles, sockets and dispensing hoses. These features help in connecting the tanks to generating sets or heating systems.

Bunded fuel tanks are designed in such a way so that they can meet the stringent measures which are required for fuel storage. At present, you will see that there are different types of fuel tanks, including single skinned fuel tanks, steel and plastic fuel tanks.

All tanks are thoroughly tested, and they are less prone to corrosion and leakages compared to fuel and other storage tanks.

Out of the types of bunded fuel tanks available on the market today, you should buy the type which best suits your needs and specifications.

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