Aviation fuel tanks

Realization example

  • Aboveground, horizontal, double-wall tanks, made of S235 steel
  • Volume: 100 m3, diameter: 2900 mm
  • Medium: JET A1 aviation fuel
  • Norm: EN12285-2
  • Working pressure: low pressure (up to 0.5 bar)
  • Operating temperature: -20°C / +50°C
  • The tank’s piping are made of 304 stainless steel.
    They are equipped with ladders and platforms painted with class C4M paint.
    The insulation thickness is 100 mm.

JET A1 tank

Realization example

  • Aboveground, horizontal, double-wall tank, made of S235JR steel.
  • Capacity: 30 m3, diameter: 2500 mm, length: 6800 mm incl. cabinet for equipment and pumps.
  • Medium: JET A-1 aviation fuel
  • Norm: EN12285-2 class A
  • Working pressure: atmospheric
  • Operating temperature: -20°C / +50°C
  • The tank is made with a 3% slope to lead the water to the lowest point. The tank is inside equipped with a floating suction pipe. 100% internal corrosion protection is achieved with epoxy paint suitable for aviation fuel. The large cabinet houses the pumping equipment.

Tanks for aviation fuel

Realization example

  • Aboveground, double wall tanks, made of S235JR steel.
  • Capacity: 2×100 m3, diameter 2900 mm, length approx. 16 000 mm
  • Medium: Aviation fuels
  • Norm: EN12285-2 class A
  • Working pressure: atmospheric
  • working temperature: -20°C / + 50°C
  • Tanks made with a slope of 1%
  • Combined working platform for both tanks with access stairs.
  • Special double-shell construction of DN600 / DN800 manholes.
  • Internally 100% epoxy coated, approved by MIL-RF-4556 F for aviation fuel