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Biodiesel is a domestic, renewable fuel for diesel engines. Made from agricultural co-products and byproducts such as soybean oil, other natural oils, and greases, it is an advanced biofuel. To be called biodiesel, it must meet strict quality specifications. Biodiesel can be used in any blend with petroleum diesel fuel.
Harlequin BioFuel Stations offer a convenient and cost-effective method of storing and dispensing Biodiesel right on your doorstep. Harlequin BioFuel Stations are manufactured from a specialist grade polymer, which make them suitable for storing Biodiesel blends of up to B100 and which can accommodate the specialist features required to store and dispense specialist Biodiesel fuel.BioFuel Stations are the first of a new generation of a storage tank, developed especially for the safe, secure and environmentally responsible storage and dispensing of Biodiesel grades up to B100, which are produced in accordance with BS EN14214 and Irish Standard IS EN14214.
Actual Capacity: 1487 Litres – Nominal Capacity: 1413 Litres
Harlequin BioFuel Stations have been designed to meet and indeed, exceed all applicable regulatory requirements and supplied complete with:
Additionally BFA models incorporate the following features:
Suitable for the storage and dispensing of Diesel and BioDiesel grades up to B100, produced in accordance with the requirements of BS/IS EN14214 ??” including national Summer and Winter Fuel requirements for CFPP(1) in the UK and Republic of Ireland – at agricultural, commercial, industrial and institutional premises.
Satisfies or exceeds all applicable product requirements detailed within:
The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations 2001
The Control of Pollution (Silage, Slurry and Agricultural Fuel Oil) Regulations 1991
The Control of Pollution (Silage, Slurry and Agricultural Fuel Oil) Regulations 2003
The Water Environment (Oil Storage) (Scotland) Regulations 2006
Environmental Alliance Pollution Prevention Guidelines PPG 2
(1) CFPP is the Cold Filter Plug Point which indicates the temperature at or below which fuel may begin to cause operational problems. British Standard BS EN14214 and Irish Standard IS EN14214 states Summer and Winter requirements within the UK and Republic of Ireland as -5 degrees Celsius and -15 degrees Celsius respectively.
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All our Bunded Oil Tanks are fully compliant with all applicable requirements contained within The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations 2001, The Water Environment (Oil Storage) (Scotland) Regulations 2006 and comparable requirements throughout the United Kingdom.
Unsuitable for the storage of fuel for supply to vehicles and / or plant equipment via gravity fed fuel delivery systems incorporating a flexible hose and trigger nozzle.
Please note that all Bunded Oil Tanks should only be installed by a suitably competent person e.g. an OFTEC Registered Oil Tank Installation Technician in accordance with supplied instructions and statutory requirements. To find your local OFTEC Registered Oil Tank Technician, please click here.
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