1300 Litre Plastic Adblue Dispensing Tank - V1340ADBLUE
A plastic bunded Adblue liquid storage tank with 1300 litres (286 Galls) capacity. It is literally a tank within a tank.
Manufactured from high grade polyethylene this British made Deso tank is corrosion resistant, has high impact strength and is UV resistant. All Deso tanks are CE marked and comply with the latest European Standards
The liquid is stored in the primary or inner tank and the outer tank forms the required bund with capacity for 110% of the primary tank's capacity. This tank provides a safe storage & dispensing facility for Adblue. In the event of a spill, surplus fuel will safely and securely be stored within the outer tank and an environmental pollution incident will be averted.
These tanks are manufactured using Polyethylene and moulded in a rotational moulding process which produces a stress-free product. The Polymer used includes additives which make it resistant to harmful UV rays from the sun and with correct installation and general on-going care, they have a long lifetime ahead of them with very little or no maintenance required. They are extremely robust and very resilient and are able to withstand the most extreme conditions from the elements.
The following features come as standard with the tank:
Full installation instructions are supplied with the tank. However, we recommend a base size which extends 300mm all the way round the tank.
Example: if the tank dimensions were 2000mm length x 1500mm width - we would recommend a base size of 2600mm length x 2100mm width.
Please contact our sales team for answers to any other questions you may have. We will be delighted to speak to you.
Please confirm minimum Adblue delivery requirements with your supplier prior to order. Alltank and the manufacturer will not be responsible for incorrect product selection.
The main tank body is guaranteed for 10 years with all other ancillary equipment guaranteed for 12 months.
This tank must be installed by a qualified person such as an OFTEC engineer with current certification in order to obtain your full guarantee.
In any event, they must be installed correctly and according to local building control regulations.