This is a tank that is embedded within the baseframe.
Detailed Equipment Specifications
Tank design provides capacity for thermal expansion of fuel Integral diesel fuel tank is incorporated into the generator set base frame Direct reading fuel level gauge Fuel supply dip tubes positioned so as not to pick up fuel sediment Fuel return and supply dip tubes are separated by an internal baffle to prevent recirculation of heated return fuel Fuel fill – 76.2 mm (3 in), lockable flip top cap Tanks are leak tested at 31kPa (4.5psi) minimum Heavy gauge steel gussets suitable for lifting package Polyester powder coating – Gloss black textured finish Primary tanks are equipped with customer connections for remote fuel transfer, return and vent Sloped top tank plate to front to contain accidental coolant, oil and fuel spillages Sloped bottom tank plate to middle for fuel drainage Rear stub-up access
Single Wall Tanks
Single wall design Heavy construction 6 mm (0.24 in) steel plate side channels and 4 mm (0.16 in) sheet steel tank design Standard offering for open and enclosed (High Ambient and Sound Attenuated) generator sets
Dual Wall Tanks
Secondary containment – Open top design Welded steel basin designed to contain a minimum of 110% of primary tank capacity (total fluid containment) Heavy construction 6 mm (0.24 in) steel plate side channels and 4 mm (0.16 in) sheet steel tank design Option for enclosed (High Ambient and Sound Attenuated) generator sets
Manual fuel transfer pump Low fuel level alarm Low fuel level shutdown High fuel level alarm ￼