Aluminum Tank & Tank Accessories, Inc. has been granted a Special Permit from the the U.S. Department of Transportation that authorizes the manufacture, make and sale refueling tanks for use with Diesel, Gasoline, Kerosene, Ethanol, Methanol and Aviation Fuel. ATTENTION!
Can you use a transfer tank for gasoline?
DOT regulations require a Special Permit to use any Transfer Tank for Gasoline. ATTA has received a Special Permit to allow us to manufacture and sell tanks that can be used for Gasoline. Great for ATVs, UTVs, Lawn Services, Boats, Generators and more.
Can you store gasoline in a metal tank?
Gasoline must be stored in firmly sealed aluminum, high-carbon steel, hard plastic, or fiberglass storage tanks labeled “gasoline.” For long-term storage, diesel fuel tanks are the best bet!
How many gallons of gas can you transport?
Transportation of fuel shall be accomplished by portable fuel cans with a maximum capacity of 5 gallons each, or cargo fuel tanks. All containers shall be properly labeled. Gasoline shall only be transported in Federal DOT approved Type I or Type II 5 gallon portable gas cans, with a limit of four (4) cans per vehicle.
How many gallons of gasoline can you haul without a hazmat?
How many gallons of gas can you legally transport? You can transport up to 440 lbs of gasoline in containers of less than 8 gallons (30L). the number we use is 35 lbs per 5 gallon container. For amounts exceeding 119 gallons you will need a commercial DL.
How does an auxiliary fuel tank work?
Auxiliary tanks are installed and connected directly to your stock tank. Some models have a small 12-volt pump while others are gravity-fed. Most types come with a shut-off valve to let you stop the tank from feeding your main tank as needed or desired. For example, if you suspect there’s a leak.
What makes a fuel tank DOT approved?
Fuel tanks must be clearly and permanently marked with the manufacture’s name, manufacture date, gallon size, and must state “Meets all FMCSA requirements for non-side mounted fuel tank”, and “not to exceed 95% of capacity.”
Does diesel have wax in it?
Why cold weather causes diesel problems
There’s a naturally occurring substance in No. 2 diesel fuel called paraffin wax. Under normal conditions, this wax remains in liquid form, so it’s harmless to your equipment.
What containers are safe for gasoline?
The best containers for handling gasoline are Underwriters Laboratories (UL) or Factory Mutual (FM) approved safety cans (see Figure 1). Safety cans are available in several sizes and have various mechanisms for opening the valve to pour the liquids. Funnel spouts can be added to make pouring easier and reduce spills.
What is the safest way to store gasoline?
Keep gasoline containers tightly closed and handle them gently to avoid spills. Gasoline is a flammable liquid and should be stored at room temperature, away from potential heat sources such as the sun, a hot water heater, space heater or a furnace, and a least 50 feet away from ignition sources, such as pilot lights.