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Carbery Launches New 1000SB Superslim Bunded Tank
18th August 2012
Oil storage tank manufacturer Carbery Plastics Limited, has launched its pioneering 1000SB Superslim Bunded Heating Oil Tank. First previewed at this year's FPS EXPO the 1000SB is characterised by compact dimensions and an industry standard 1,000 litres nominal capacity.
"At just 65cm wide, the 1000SB is narrow enough to pass through a standard door or gateway, without scrapes, bumps or grazed knuckles. Indeed, the 1000SB is even narrower than some single skin tanks of a similar capacity.", says Carbery's UK Sales Manager Mark O'Connell.
"However, the tank's inherently slim profile, doesn't come at the expense of an increase in length. At just 178cm long, the new 1000SB is up to 38cm shorter than some of its competitors. And it sits lower than some 650 litres capacity tanks too."
Mark's colleague Sean Walsh, oversaw the design of the groundbreaking product. Sean says, "In developing the 1000SB, we brought together Carbery's 35 years experience in the design and development of rotationally moulded products, and combined it with the very latest manufacturing and product design technologies.
"We've created a product, which can find a home in even the smallest garden - and a nominal capacity of 1,000 litres, ensures consumers won't be forced to purchase fuel in sub-optimal quantities of less than 900 litres. And as storage tank installers will readily appreciate, reduced product dimensions often equate with reduced installation costs too.
"Like every Carbery tank, the 1000SB has been engineered to exceed the most demanding technical, environmental and regulatory requirements. It benefits from Carbery's rigorous approach to product testing and quality, together with a zero tolerance approach to the use of reprocessed materials.", explains Sean.
Carbery's all-new 1000SB is now available from approved stockists across the UK and Ireland. For more information, call Carbery's Mark O'Connell on +353(0)87 207 2655 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org