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Fuel Tank Shop
Looking to buy the best fuel tank equipment for your compact or heavy machinery? Call us at 1300 222 558 or 08 94349800 and we will match a tank or multiple tanks to your needs.
Visit our tank shop if you require portable diesel or petrol fuel equipment to help with onsite refuelling whether it’s rural, building, commercial or industrial. We stock diesel pump kits, water and diesel hose reels, diesel pro pumps, diesel litre counter kits, diesel flow meters, diesel cubes 100 to 600 litre capacity, lever action and electric pump models are some of the efficient and safe diesel fuel equipment we stock.
This is where you get gasoline and diesel portable refuelling equipment to place on site or on the back of your pick up, ute, 4×4 or truck that is safe, adaptable, lightweight moulded, and environmentally friendly. The range is extensive and we have tanks to fit varying applications.
Miniquip is a trusted name in Australia’s portable fuel equipment distribution sector. So if you need high-quality fuel-handling tools designed specifically for rural & commercial settings, you can rely on them.
Whether you’re building a hobby farm or a new camp from the ground up for a mine site, We have a variety of diesel storage and dispensing options available to you.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about how our team can assist you.
Extensive Range of Fuel-Related Products – Now A Click Away
Are you in need of fuel tank for your project that is both affordable and high quality? A wide variety of high-quality, heavy-duty fuel storage and dispensing equipment is available for purchase from us.
Tank Shop – For All Your Diesel Fuel Equipment Needs
Portable fuel storage tanks: When you purchase one of our portable fuel storage tanks, you’ll have something that can easily transport fuel around your construction site, home or garage.
Diesel Transfer Pumps: We have a variety of diesel transfer pumps, including 12 volt Piusi brand electric pumps of varying sizes and outputs.
Fuel Flow Meter: A fuel flow meter determines how much fluid has been transferred into your equipment. Check out our range of fuel flow meters for sale and get all the fuel equipment you need right now.
Diesel Equipment: Our selection of diesel fuel distributing equipment spans numerous categories, offering anything from tough portable diesel tanks to diesel pumps, meters, triggers to fit many applications.
Why Choose Miniquip’s Tank Shop?
Miniquip is committed to providing customer service to assist you in locating and purchasing the machinery you require to handle your particular application in a project. We are market leaders in Australia because of our extensive product catalogue and dedication to satisfying our customers’ needs. We have been the go-to source for high-quality fuel-handling equipment for over 30 years.
Whether it’s a portable fuel tank, a fuel dispenser, or a retractable hose reel, every device we provide either satisfies or surpasses stringent Australian safety and quality standards, providing our clients with a complete sense of security.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do we need fuel storage tanks?
Safely storing liquid fuel requires a fuel storage tank that’s built for the purpose. They have many practical uses in the agriculture and construction industry.
Which is better, an aboveground tank or an on-ground tank?
Both technologies are highly effective, but their capacities and ease of access to fuel are tailored to distinct needs. If you have any queries or need assistance choosing suitable on-site fuel tanks, our team is here to help.
What size of fuel tank do I need to purchase?
It all comes down to what you plan to do with the product. For instance, a remote farm will probably require a farm fuel tank that is greater than a portable fuel tank. Get in touch with Miniquip, and they’ll gladly assess your situation and recommend a tank size that’s right for your situation.
Does putting up a fuel storage tank require a special permit?
The correct response to this question in Australia will depend on the type of tank you purchase and the state where you live. Contact your regional compliance body if you want the most up-to-date guidance and data.