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Kingspan 5000Ltr Vertical Heating Oil Tank


Tags: Kingspan Titan ESV5000B

  • 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.
  • SpillStop Overfill device fitted as standard - regulatory requirement.
  • Tank Pack: Watchman Alarm Transmitter, Watchman Alarm Receiver, PTFE Tape, Heldite, Heldite Applicator, Gate Valve and Filter.
  • 10 year guarantee (one year on equipment).
  • Double skin means double security eliminating the risk of leaks and spillage.
  • Low maintenance - no rust, no painting required.
  • Remote oil level monitor fitted as standard reduces the possibility of running out of fuel for complete control over your heating bills.
  • Top outlet and bottom outlet options for easy access.
  • OFCERT approved and certified and manufactured to ISO standards.
  • All Kingspan Titan oil tanks covered by the CPR are now CE marked.
  • Bund area holds 110% of the inner tank capacity.
  • Primary Tank secured in position, reducing stress on fittings.
  • Top outlet and bottom outlet options available.
  • Capacity: 5000 litres / 1320 gallons
  • Diameter: 2450 mm
  • Height: 2950 mm


The  ESV5000B is from the Kingspan Titan range of EcoSafe oil tanks. 

This vertical oil tank stores 5,000 litres of oil. 

The bunded design protects your grounds and buildings against contamination in the event of a leak. 

It is suitable for the domestic, commercial and agricultural use. 

EcoSafe oil tanks are designed and built to provide safe and secure oil storage.

Glen Fuels delivers the ESV5000B to premises all over Ireland.