230v 430 litres Portable AdBlue Dispenser - Carbery 430MBP-230
A fully portable, 420 litres capacity, 230-volt AC Mobile AdBlue Storage and Dispensing Tank from Carbery Plastics. Fully compliant with all UK and Irish AdBlue requirements, including ISO 22241, this 430MBP-230 AdBlue Tank allows you to replenish plant, vehicles and equipment on demand. A digital flow meter can be supplied as an extra cost option - just specify when placing your order.
Carbery 230 volt 430 litres Mobi Point Blue AdBlue Dispensing Tank
Designed, engineered and manufactured at Carbery Plastics’ Advanced Manufacturing Centre in West Cork, Ireland, Carbery Mobi Point Blue Tanks are purpose designed for dispensing AdBlue. Engineered so they can simply strap on to the back of a Pick-Up Truck, they help you minimise downtime and maximise productivity, by allowing you to replenish plant, vehicles and equipment on demand.
As you’d expect from Carbery, every Mobi Point is fully compliant with all applicable British, Irish and European requirements and is guaranteed ISO 22241 Part 3 compliant.
A 420 litres capacity, 230-volt AC rotationally moulded, plastic AdBlue Storage and Dispensing Tank, supplied complete with:
- 230v AC 32lpm AdBlue Transfer Pump;
- 4m AdBlue Resistant, Flexible, Delivery Hose;
- Manual Trigger Nozzle;
- 2" BSP Fill Point;
- Pressure Relief Vent;
- Lockable Equipment Access;
- 4m Power Cable;
- Integrally Moulded Strap Over Points;
- Integrally Moulded 2-Way FLT Channels.
This product can be supplied with the following options upon request and at additional cost:
- Digital Flow Meter.
Please note that accompanying images may show or depict equipment available only as an extra cost option. To confirm product availability and equipment specification, please call us in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man on +44(0)1789 632 151 or in Ireland on +353(0)1 526 8642. Alternatively, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We're open 9am to 5pm weekdays - excluding Bank and Public Holidays.
|Model Range||Carbery Mobi Point Blue|
|Fill Point Diameter||2" BSP|
|Bund Warning Alarm||No|
|Pump Speed||32 litres per minute|
|Actual Capacity (Imperial Gallons)||92|
|Actual Capacity (Litres)||420|
All products must be installed and maintained in accordance with supplied instructions and prevailing statutory requirements. Failure to comply with these requirements will invalidate any warranty supplied. Additionally:
Fuel Oil Storage Tanks All static fuel oil storage tanks must be installed and maintained by a suitably competent person e.g. a technician registered with the Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC);
Single Skin Heating Oil Tanks Single Skin Tanks are suitable only for the storage of Heating Oil at premises where a Bunded Tank is not required, or for installation within a suitably bunded area. Before installing any Single Skin Heating Oil Tank, a risk assessment must be completed by a suitably competent person e.g. a technician registered with the Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC);
Underground Heating Oil Tanks Before installing any Underground Heating Oil Tank, guidance must first be sought from your local Building Control Department. In some areas, it is not permissible to install a Heating Oil Tank belowground. Please note Aboveground Single Skin and Bunded Storage Tanks are unsuitable for belowground installation;
Plastic Storage Tanks All plastic storage tanks must be placed upon a flat, level, base which supports the underside of the tank in its entirety and extends a minimum of 300mm beyond the widest points of the tank. The base must be constructed from fire resistant materials and be capable of supporting the weight of the tank and its contents when fully laden;
Non-Potable Water Tanks Non-Potable Water Tanks are unsuitable for connection to the public water supply and the storage of water intended for human consumption.
Where applicable, all mains (230v AC) electrical connections should only be completed and periodically inspected by a suitably qualified electrician in accordance with prevailing statutory requirements. Mains electrical connections must incorporate a Residual Current Device (RCD) or similar protection to protect against the risk of electric shock.
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Damaged and Defective Products
We work closely with our manufacturing partners to ensure all our deliveries arrive with you in tip-top condition. However, very occasionally things can and sometimes do go wrong. If you receive a product you’re not happy with, please contact us as soon as possible.
We recognise that sometimes we all order products and then change our mind. So you can contact us within 14 days of receiving your completed order to let us know you wish to return any product we have supplied to you. The only exceptions are bespoke and made-to-order products. Thereafter, you have a further 14 days to return unwanted product to us. All returned items must be unused, undamaged and suitable for resale. We recommend you ensure returned items are adequately protected by insurance. Subject to returned products being undamaged and fit for resale, we will refund your purchase price within 5 working days of returned product(s) being received by us.
Please be aware that larger items (e.g. tanks) can be expensive, difficult and awkward to return. We recommend taking care to ensure you have ordered the correct product. If you’re unsure as to whether you’re ordering the correct product, you’re very welcome to contact our Customer Support Team, before placing your order.
Bespoke & Made-To-Order Products
Regretfully we are unable to accept returns of bespoke and made-to-order products, unless damaged or defective. To confirm whether a product is bespoke or made-to-order, please refer to the Product Details section.
Wish to return a product or need to notify us of a damaged or defective product? You can call us in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man on 01789 632 151. In the Republic of Ireland, you can call us on 01 5268 642. You’re also welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Our offices are open 9am to 5pm weekdays.