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Kingspan Titan 1800

€850.00

Tags: Kingspan Titan H1800

  • Checking the heating oil tank is one of the most important jobs that should be done each year by the homeowner, tenant and/or landlord. For instructions, click here.
  • Never grow plants over an oil tank as they will cause damage and may cause injury to your oil delivery person.
  • Avoid opening the tank too often as debris always gets in and may cause a blockage to your heating system. 
  • Replace the dip-stick with a radar monitor to measure the level of oil in your tank. We recommend the Glen Fuels Magnus Monitor System.

  • 2 years guarantee (one year on components) Low maintenance - no rust, no painting.
  • Flexibility of top outlet and bottom outlet options for easy access.
  • OFCERT approved and manufactured to ISO standards for your complete peace of mind. #
  • OFCERT N. 0642119616
  • Comes supplied with Watchman Sonic Tank Pack containing a Watchman Sonic Transmitter, PTFE Tape, Heldite, Heldite Applicator, Gate Valve & Filter
  • Fuel Type: Kerosene (C1/C2), Fuel Oil (A2) and Gas Oil/Diesel (D) as defined in BSEN2869 and BSEN590 including up to 7% biofuel to BSEN14214
  • 2 year guarantee period (one year on components)
  • Tank Pack includes Watchman Sonic, PTFE Tape, Heldite, Heldite Applicator, Gate Valve & Filter
  • Suitable for Kerosene (C1/C2), Fuel Oil (A2) and Gas Oil/Diesel (D) as defined in BS2869 and BS EN590 including up to 7% biofuel to BS EN14214 fuel types
  • 1" Outlet size SpillStop device
  • Optional accessory - Tigerloop Oil De-Aerator OFCERT No 2181080901
  • Capacity Ltr/Gal - 1800/400
  • Length (mm) - 2170
  • Width (mm) - 1100
  • Height (mm) - 1170
  • 1" outlet lid with 2" vent cap

Single Skin Horizontal Oil Tank 1800 Litre

The Kingspan H1800 single skin oil tank stores home heating oil.

This is a horizontal oil tank that holds 1,800 litres of oil. 

Glen Fuels delivers the Kingspan H1800 to homes throughout Ireland.

Before installing a single skin oil tank: 

  • Check with your insurer
  • Check with your local County Council