Precision Fuel Tank Testing

Fuel System Integrity Testing

 Fuel storage tanks and associated pipework integrity testing is a vital part of any responsible organisations planned site maintenance programmes with all our procedures complying to the current industry specifications. Historically fuel tank testing and line integrity testing has been used to meet regulatory requirements or because of a problem on site, This approach is changing with the vast majority of Fuel Storage Systems integrity testing now being conducted by organisations as a preventative measure to stop problems before they happen and have an impact on their business. 

A fuel storage tank or pipework system failure can lead to big environmental issues from the contamination of the watercourse from the loss of fuel resulting in what can be large clean up costs. The use of additives in today's fuels has proven to enhance fuel storage tank corrosion and the break down of certain pipework sealants leading to the uncertainty of fuel storage tanks and pipework life expectancy. As a result many organisations have implemented regular tank testing and inspection programmes as a means of assuring the current condition and life expectancy of their fuel storage tank and having the ability to asses the condition of their full fuel storage facilities.

Symptoms such as phase separation, contamination, frequent filter blockages, monitoring well contamination or free water in a fuel storage tank are often a result of a simple integrity issue. There is no point in treating the symptoms without addressing the root cause. A fuel tank integrity test by Fuel storage systems will quickly and accurately identify the problem to any ingress to a fuel system.

Precision Fuel Line Test

Precision Fuel Line Test 



We offer a range of integrity testing and tank services with all our testing services coming with a full detailed site report and test certification on the completion of our works including:

  • Precision Fuel Tank Testing.
  • Fuel Line Pressure Testing.
  • Stage 1 B Vapour Recovery Testing.
  • Tank Chamber Vacuum Testing.
  • Hydrogen Leak Detection Testing.
  • Non-Destructive Testing (“NDT”) assessment on Tank Wall Thickness.
  • Manned or Unmanned Tank Inspections.
  • Fuel Line ATEX Approved Camera Inspections