Single-wall tanks only have one shell encasing the fuel, whereas double-wall tanks have an inner shell surrounded by a second, larger containment shell.
Every fuel tank requires secondary containment that will prevent fuel from entering the environment. This safety feature has to be built into the storage site for a single-wall tank, as it is not present in the tank itself. This is called external bunding. Specialist civil engineering is necessary for this construction.
A double-wall tank has an interstitial space between the two walls that fulfills the function of secondary containment in the event of leakage. No external containment safety feature is required in the storage site. For this reason, a double-wall tank is referred to as a self-bunded tank. It’s a tank within a tank.
In terms of storage, double-wall tanks are safer than single-wall tanks, and also suitable for the transportation of fuel.
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