1350 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank1350 litres
1350 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank1350 litres
2500 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank2500 litres
2500 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank2500 litres
3500 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank3500 litres
3500 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank3500 litres
6000 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank6000 litres
6000 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank6000 litres
10000 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank10000 litres
10000 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank10000 litres
15000 Litre Adblue® Holding Tank15000 litres
15000 Litre Adblue® Dispensing Tank15000 litres
AdBlue® Tanks Information
Tuffa UK designs and manufactures high-quality plastic bunded tanks for AdBlue®. Available as storage or dispensing tanks, our AdBlue storage solutions typically range from 1,350 litres up to 15,000 litres. In addition, we also provide dual and multi-compartment tanks in steel, so you can store AdBlue® and diesel in one tank.
Tuffa is one of the largest manufacturers of tanks for AdBlue® and has supplied storage tanks for AdBlue® to huge organisations in the UK such as the NHS and to clients globally from Belgium through to Asia. We can also create bespoke tanks with strict dimensions that take into consideration sites which have limited space.
The tank can come with a fill connection, contents gauge, submersible pump, automatic shut off nozzle, delivery hose, and a digital flowmeter, amongst other specifications. Any bespoke requirements are readily accepted.
The key specifications of our tanks for AdBlue® are as follows:
- available in various capacities from a 1,350 litre tank to 15,000 litres
- horizontal and vertical models available
- refuelling equipment is easily accessible on all tanks from ground level
- fully lockable
- a fully bunded construction, which offers integral protection from leaking and overfilling
- all AdBlue tanks incorporate premium-quality equipment
Tanks can come with a fill connection, contents gauge, submersible pump, automatic shut off nozzle, delivery hose and a digital flowmeter, amongst other specifications.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Storage Tank
Essentially, a DEF tank and AdBlue® storage tank are the same thing. Diesel exhaust fluid is the generic term for the aqueous urea and deionized water solution. AdBlue® is a branded DEF solution registered by the German Association of the Automotive Industry and is widely used worldwide but most notably in Europe. Buying DEF solution from a reputable brand such as AdBlue® is essential for the maintenance of your vehicle
WHAT SIZE TANK FOR ADBLUE® DO I NEED?
We recommend buying the maximum capacity tank you can to reduce the frequency of tank refills and to enable you to bulk buy AdBlue® as the price can vary dramatically.
As a guide, we recommend the following capacities for your industry/size:
|Industry/Size||Recommended Tank Size|
|1 to 2 HGVs|
|1 to 10 LCVs|
|Commercial – small operation|
|3 to 5 HGVs||2500|
|11 to 20 LCVs||3200 space saver|
|Commercial – small/medium operation||3500|
|6 to 10 HGVs||6000|
|Commercial – medium operation|
|11 to 15 HGVs|
|41 to 60 LCVs|
|Commercial – medium-large operation|
|Commercial – large operation|
|Logistics:||Multiple AdBlue Tanks|
|Commercial – very large operation|
Our AdBlue® tanks come with a 10 year guarantee when registered, a 1 year guarantee on ancillary goods, and a 3 month guarantee on hoses. We recommend regular maintenance of your tank to extend its usable life.
DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION
Tuffa Tanks in both plastic and steel are generally built to order. We can arrange delivery direct to site in the UK or abroad. Alternatively, tanks can be collected from our Uttoxeter factory.
Stock tanks available with next day delivery – call us for current stock levels. Typical build times are as follows:
|Plastic tanks||Small standard tanks (up to 2500 litres): 7-10 days|
|Large standard tanks (over 2500 litres): 2-3 weeks|
|Steel tanks||Small standard tanks (up to 2300 litres): 4-6 weeks|
|Large standard tanks (over 2300 litres): 8-10 weeks|
ADBLUE® STORAGE REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS
AdBlue® is very polluting to surface water and groundwater. Due to its corrosive nature AdBlue® must be stored in high-density Polyethylene, polypropylene or stainless steel containers.
Currently, there aren’t any enforced AdBlue® storage regulations in the UK. However, the Environmental Agency has issued storage guidelines and under the Anti-Pollution Works Regulations they can issue a notice enforcing appropriate improvements.
The Environmental Agency guidelines state:
• your container, pipework and dispenser equipment are suitable for use with urea
• you have secondary containment for the container and ancillary equipment (i.e. a bunded tank)
• the dispensing area drainage is isolated from surface water drains
• you have a trigger nozzle with an auto shutoff to dispense AdBlue®. Make sure that the nozzle can not be left in the open position
• you have appropriate emergency equipment to deal with large and small spills.
• you have an emergency plan and suitable training for dealing with spillages or other accidents
All of our storage tanks for AdBlue® are manufactured to comply with these guidelines. The tanks are bunded with a secondary containment and are made from recyclable polyethylene. We also offer spill control kits.
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AdBlue® is a registered trademark belonging to Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V.