Steel & Fibreglass Tanks.
Our steel & Fiberglass tanks are typically 55,000 lites in capacity and ideal where a large volume is required
- Can be horizontal or vertical (upon request). 1.
- Ideal for larger capacity requirements. 2.
- Offer safe and secure storage. 3.
Our plastic tanks are 10,000 lites in capacity and can be linked by a common manifold to give up to 30,000 litres of storage
- They are semi-translucent so liquid levels can be seen at all time without a sight gauge. 1.
- They do not degrade over time. 2.
- Having several tanks allows for storage of different products. 3.
- They are light weight and can be moved around the farm when empty. 4.
- Being low level they can be easily inspected and accessed from a top manlid. 5.
Convenience of having liquid fertiliser delivered to exactly where it is needed
- Drop off and collect service available. 1.
- Convenient delivery service. 2.
- No capital investment required for mobile storage. 3.
Tank Rental Scheme:
Reduce your captial outlay
All of our tanks are available on our Tank Rental Scheme. Most of our customers that use this scheme have the use of our tank free of charge once an agreed annual throughput is achieved.
Safe Storage Guidelines.
The following good practice guidelines help to take the necessary steps to protect and secure liquid fertiliser tanks.
- Tanks should be positioned in a bund. The bund should be secure and must contain 110% of the largest tank capacity within it. 1.
- Any bunding leak or spillage from the tank should find its way into a secure, self-contained drainage system. 2.
- Valves are kept locked and secured to prevent unwarranted opening and are protected from damage by vandalism, animals or farm equipment. 3.
- Where possible, steel tanks storing fertiliser are kept filled, thereby expelling air, to prevent internal corrosion. 4.
- GRP tanks are sited away from roadways to minimise damages from farm vehicles and stock. 5.
- You are well insured for product loss and any other further liability. 6.
- Please also see the Users section of the AIC Code of Practice "For the prevention of water pollution from the storage and handling of fluid fertilisers". 7.