Free Yale Alarm With Every Harlequin Basic Bunded Tank
3rd July 2011
Online bunded fuel tank specialist TankDepot.co.uk is celebrating the arrival of Summer with the introduction of a very special offer on all Harlequin Basic Bunded Heating Oil Tanks. From Sunday 3 July 2011, order any Harlequin Basic Bunded Heating Oil Tank and you’ll receive Yale’s new Bunded Oil Tank Anti-Theft Alarm completely free!
Designed to combat the growing menace of heating oil theft from residential fuel tanks, Yale’s new alarm unit is designed to provide protection to the fill area of almost any bunded tank, as TankDepot.co.uk’s Steve Beech explains.
“Each alarm incorporates a 60cm retractable cable with an electronic combination padlock. The cable is threaded through the tank’s fill point and inspection point, restricting access to the tank. If the cable is cut or an attempt is made to open the padlock without inputting the unique combination, a 100dB alarm will be activated.
“The alarm also incorporates a level sensor which can be activated, which if disturbed will also activate the alarm. For complete security, the battery compartment can only be opened when the padlock is unlocked and the unit is supplied complete with a visible, warning sticker.”, explains Steve.
Approved by OFTEC, Harlequin Basic Bunded Heating Oil Tanks are fully OFCERT Licensed and are ideal for installation at domestic premises. Available in a choice of capacities from c.1,000 litres to c.2,500 litres, each Harlequin Basic is supplied complete with factory fitted, lockable fill and inspection points; a 1” BSP outlet, lockable manhole access; and fuel tank contents dipstick. An Apollo or Apollo Visual electronic oil level monitor, can be supplied as an extra cost option. Additionally, all Harlequin Basic Bunded Tanks supplied by TankDepot.co.uk come complete with free oil tank fitting kit… to complete the installation, just connect the oil supply line!
Click here for more information on the complete range of Harlequin Basic Bunded Heating Oil Tanks.
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Article Last Updated 3rd July 2011