Tank Inspection Services

Storing fuels and oils in old storage tanks for longer periods of time can lead to issues with the tank’s structural integrity and fuel quality. Therefore, regular tank inspections are crucial to mitigate such problems and reduce the oil leakage risk with proper maintenance.

Network Environmental UK an OFTEC-registered company provides fuel tank inspection services to various residential and commercial clients across the UK. Utilising their knowledge and environmental expertise, our licenced and certified specialists ensure optimal cleanliness in your fuel tank. With regular inspections of oil & fuel storage tanks, we help our clients avoid heavy fines by fulfilling all the legal requirements.

With our services, you can learn about your fuel storage tank’s condition and health, with all the faults exposed. Once the issues are uncovered, we help you resolve the faults to ensure the tank’s integrity. In this way, you can have peace of mind regarding the safety of the tank and its contents with reduced risk of disruptions to your daily activities and operations.

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Our Inspection Procedure

For diagnosing and repairing potential faults, our procedure for diesel tank inspection comprises these steps:

  1. Visit your property.
  2. Discuss your requirements.
  3. Conduct a visual inspection of the tank’s external and internal surfaces to identify signs of corrosion, deterioration, or other damage.
  4. Perform various tests, such as dye penetrant testing, magnetic particle testing, radiographic testing, and ultrasonic testing, to assess the tank components’ structural integrity.
  5. Measure the thickness of the steel plates of the tank to detect any issue of corrosion or thinning.
  6. Inspect the welds to check and defects or discontinuities that could be damaging to the tank’s structural integrity.
  7. Examine the tank’s foundations and supporting structures for ensuring the stability and preventing potential failures.
  8. Evaluate the tank’s fitness for its intended purpose of use based on different factors, including environmental factors, operating conditions, and regulatory requirements.

We guarantee to complete all the work with minimum disruptions. Our experts inspect the tank and fuel pipework thoroughly, clean and decommission the tank safely and securely.

Fuel Tank Testing Methods

Offering 24-hour services nationwide, our professional engineers are experienced in carrying out different fuel tank testing methods, which include:

Tank Inspection Services
Chemical Tank Inspection

Types of Tank Inspections

Our company professionals offer different tank inspection services at cost-effective rates, including:

Get A Detailed Report After Inspection

Once the tank inspection is completed, we provide a detailed report to our clients that contains all the important information, including:

Fuel Storage Maintenance

Reach Out to Our Specialists

Ensuring 24/7 availability, we cater to the emergency needs of our clients in various industries and sectors. Our clients are our top-most priority, and we are highly dedicated to deliver excellent services to ensure their satisfaction while providing them with complete peace of mind. We take pride in ourselves for:

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FAQs

What are the advantages of regular tank inspection?

Regular tank inspection allows you to enjoy these benefits:

  • Money Saving
  • Longer Tank Life
  • Reduced Downtime
  • Increased Site Safety
  • Accidental Leaks’ Prevention
  • Better Tank Management
  • Prevention of Costly Decontamination
  • Compliance with HSE and Environmental Agency
For what purpose a storage tank can be used?

A storage tank can be used in various industries for various purposes, such as reliably and safely storing chemicals, gas, oil, or any other hazardous material for the long term.

What are the regulations related to storage tanks?

There are different regulations based on different types of storage tanks, their uses, and materials of which they are composed of, such as:

  • The Control of Major Accidents Hazards (COMAH).
  • HSG 176 – The Storage of Flammable Liquids in Tanks.
  • The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) Regulations 2001.
  • The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) 1998.
  • The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH) 2002.
  • The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) 2002.
Why is it necessary to ensure compliance with the regulations?

You need to comply with the regulations of fuel storage to ensure the fulfilment of health and safety standards safety of the surrounding environment, and avoid heavy fines or imprisonment:

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