Carbery Oil Tanks

Single Skin Oil Tanks

Carbery single skin heating oil tanks are ideal for the storage of Heating Oil at installations where a bunded oil tank is not required. All Carbery oil tanks are manufactured in Ireland and engineered to exceed the most demanding requirements. Every Carbery fuel tank uniquely benefits from 35 years experience in the design and development of rotationally moulded storage products.

Applications

This single skin heating oil tank is suitable for the storage of:

• Heating oil at domestic installations where a bunded tank is not required or within a suitably bunded area;
• Non potable water i.e. water which is unintended for human consumption

Please be aware that Carbery single skin oil tanks are unsuitable for the storage and dispensing of diesel fuel.

Installation Requirements

Prior to the installation of any oil tank, a risk assessment must be undertaken in accordance with OFTEC requirements. All Carbery oil tanks must only be installed by a competent person, in accordance with:

• Building Regulations;
• Manufacturer’s instructions;
• The requirements of OFTEC Technical Book 3.

The entire base area of this tank must be fully supported by a level, fire resistant base capable of supporting the tank and its contents when fully laden. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in premature product failure. 

Please note uncontained Single Skin Oil Tanks are unsuitable for installation at agricultural, commercial, industrial and institutional premises. Additionally, they are also unsuitable for new and replacement installation at most domestic premises. At al affected premises, it is recommended that a Bunded Tank should instead be installed.

Bunded Tanks

Typified by ‘tank within a tank’ construction, every Carbery bunded heating oil tank has been engineered for the safe, secure and responsible storage of heating oil. The inner tank is the primary fuel storage container, whilst the outer tank acts as a holding tank in the event of a spill.

Bunded Tanks are proven to significantly reduce the risk of a spill and should be installed at all agricultural, commercial, institutional and industrial premises, as well as most domestic premises too.

Like all Carbery products, the company’s bunded tank range is manufactured in Ireland and benefits from 35 years experience in the design, development and supply of rotationally moulded storage products.

Applications

Carbery bunded heating oil tanks are suitable for the storage of the following fuels, when connected to a fixed combustion appliance e.g. boiler, cooker or incinerator:

• Agricultural Fuel Oil;
• Diesel;
• Gas Oil;
• Heating oil;
• Kerosene.

Please be aware that Carbery bunded tanks are unsuitable for connection to gravity fed fuel delivery systems.

Installation Requirements

All Carbery oil tanks must only be installed by a competent person, in accordance with:

• Building Regulations;
• Manufacturer’s instructions;
• The requirements of OFTEC Technical Book 3.

The entire base area of this tank must be fully supported by a level, fire resistant base capable of supporting the tank and its contents when fully laden. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in premature product failure. 

1350FP and 2500FP Fuel Points

Carbery Fuel Points uniquely combine the security of supply, which only on-site fuel storage can provide, with forecourt style, refueling flexibility. Benefiting from ‘tank within a tank’ construction, all Carbery Fuel Point bunded diesel storage and dispensing tanks exceed all applicable Irish and EU diesel storage requirements.

Recognising that no two fuel storage installations are the same, 2 grades of Carbery Fuel Points are available. The Standard range is ideal for smaller installations, where the benefits, which characterise Carbery’s added-value Premium range, are not required.

Applications

Carbery Fuel Points are suitable for the storage and dispensing of the following fuels:

• Agricultural Fuel Oil;
• Diesel;
• Gas Oil.

Please be aware that Carbery Fuel Points are unsuitable for use with Heating Oil, Kerosene, Petrol or Biodiesel with a bio-element greater than 10%. To confirm the suitability of Carbery Fuel Points for fuels or liquids other than those listed above, please contact us.

Installation Requirements

All Carbery Fuel Points must only be installed by a competent person, in accordance with EPA requirements and supplied instructions. All mains electrical connections must only be undertaken by a competent electrician in accordance with prevailing statutory requirements.

The entire base area of this tank must be fully supported by a level, fire resistant base capable of supporting the tank and its contents when fully laden. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in premature product failure. 

6000FP Fuel Points

Carbery Fuel Points uniquely combine the security of supply, which only on-site fuel storage can provide, with forecourt style, refueling flexibility. Benefiting from ‘tank within a tank’ construction, all Carbery Fuel Point bunded diesel storage and dispensing tanks exceed all applicable Irish and EU diesel storage requirements.

Recognising that no two fuel storage installations are the same, 2 grades of Carbery Fuel Points are available. The Standard range is ideal for smaller installations, where the benefits, which characterise Carbery’s added-value Premium range, are not required.

Applications

Carbery Fuel Points are suitable for the storage and dispensing of the following fuels:

• Agricultural Fuel Oil;
• Diesel;
• Gas Oil.

Please be aware that Carbery Fuel Points are unsuitable for use with Heating Oil, Kerosene, Petrol or Biodiesel with a bio-element greater than 10%. To confirm the suitability of Carbery Fuel Points for fuels or liquids other than those listed above, please contact us.

Installation Requirements

All Carbery Fuel Points must only be installed by a competent person, in accordance with EPA requirements and supplied instructions. All mains electrical connections must only be undertaken by a competent electrician in accordance with prevailing statutory requirements.

The entire base area of this tank must be fully supported by a level, fire resistant base capable of supporting the tank and its contents when fully laden. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in premature product failure.