Whether you're building a skyscraper or a bridge, staying within budget and meeting time deadlines is vital for project completion. Realising the value of storing fuel, diesel exhaust fluid, or water on site, can significantly reduce avoidable downtime and increase cost savings.
Fuel tanks that work for you
Keeping equipment and staff running smoothly without delays, supports project goals and boosts day-to-day productivity.
Waiting for fuel delivery, stops machinery and employees from working, and if not timed right, can cause serious delays. Investing in an onsite storage tank can significantly decrease downtime and increase cost savings by enabling bulk purchases.
Safety on your construction site:
Working with fuel and other hazardous materials, requires reliable and environmentally friendly equipment. One spill can cause serious fines, and depending on the severity can hut your company's reputation.
Western Global's uniquely designed tanks are double-walled and feature an integral equipment cabinet. Housing all pumps and accessories, the cabinet captures any accidental drips or spills, and reduces the need for an external spill tray.
Efficiency in fueling:
Large construction sites can consume a significant amount of fuel. Having a tank on site can cut back on down time, by removing the time wasted waiting for fuel deliveries. Tanks like the TransCube have the ability to quickly and efficiently connect up to three diesel powered pieces of equipment, enabling more versatility when working with auxiliary machinery (e.g. generators, heaters, lighting towers etc.).
Ease of transport:
On limited-access sites or on large jobs with several machines, a transportable tank can really make a difference in refueling your equipment as needed. Whether stationary or transportable models, Western Global's tanks are designed around mobility, with features that enable them to be forklifted and craned.
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