Our fuel dispenser range is all supremely high quality, with a variety of options available from manufacturer Deso. It is vital that fuel dispensers meet the legislation for safe fuel dispersal, which is why McVeigh Parker stock only dispensers that comply. Ideal for commercial and domestic use, our fuel dispensers offer a professional solution for anyone looking to store and dispense fuel legally and safely. Our range of Deso fuel dispensers includes Portable, Shorty and Tank dispensers. Fuel dispensers come in a variety of sizes so you can find a dispenser to suit you. Browse our stock below, or feel free to get in touch if you can’t find what you need. As one of the largest agricultural suppliers in the UK, McVeigh Parker has 1000’s of stock items available at our depots across the country. With our own delivery fleet of over 50 vehicles you can be assured of a speedy and efficient service. For more information or if you have any questions, please get in touch with a member of the McVeigh Parker team on 03330 050115.
- V5000PDDFM Deso Fuel Dispenser - 5000L£3,833.69 £3,194.74
- H2500CDD Bunded Diesel Dispensing Tank
- H1550CDD Bunded Diesel Dispensing Tank
- V1340PDD Deso Fuel Dispenser - 1340 Litres£1,587.24 £1,322.70
- V2350PDD Deso Fuel Dispenser - 2350L£2,023.50 £1,686.25
- V3500PDD Deso Fuel Dispenser - 3500L£2,543.30 £2,119.42
- V9400PDDFM Deso Fuel Dispenser - 9400L£6,707.09 £5,589.24
Diesel Tank Questions & Answers
If you are keeping in excess of 275 litres you will need to apply for a licence. These are issued for up to three years and subsequently need to be renewed. They are issued to the licensee personally and are not transferable.
6 – 12 months The ideal conditions for storing diesel fuel include keeping fuel dry and at a cool temperature (below 70 degrees Fahrenheit). This will ensure a storage life of between six to twelve months. To extend fuel life beyond twelve months, fuel stabilisers are required.
Fuel dispensing equipment is used for the transfer, dispensing, or pumping of liquid fuel. Fuels commonly used include diesel, petrol, oil, and kerosene. Fuel dispensing equipment typically comes together to create a fuel delivery system using pressure to deliver the fuel. Common components include pipes, check valves, delivery nozzles, discharge hoses, and automatic valves, all of which work to create a continuous flow of fuel towards the delivery nozzle, whilst regulating flow.
Fuel dispensers rely upon the simultaneous use of an electronic reading system and a mechanical system to deliver the flow of fuel. Whilst the electronic system is responsible for governing fuel pressure and volume, the mechanical components of a fuel dispenser use pumps and valves, alongside an electric motor, to deliver the fuel. Often, fuel dispensers will dispense using suction, creating a lower pressure within the fuel tank, and higher pressure outside, enabling the flow of fuel into the desired location.
A Bunded tank is essentially a double skinned tank. The oil is held in the inner tank or 'skin' and the outer-skin is a secondary tank that offers protection. In order to comply to regulations, this bund must be able to take the contents of the inner tank plus 10 % so in other words 110% of the tanks capacity .
PDD – Tank with flotation gauge (this has superseded CDD) PDDFM – Tank with flow meter PDDFMHR – Tank with flow meter and hose reel