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Mobile Fuel Station Container

Price range: 4000USD-Customization

Capacity: 20~35 m3
Min. Order: 1 Pcs
Lead time: 20 days
Warranty: one year
Production standard: ISO container
Place of Origin: Shandong, China

Mobile fuel stations are a portable solution for fuel storage and dispensing. They are designed for use in remote locations, construction sites, mining operations, and other settings where a traditional fueling infrastructure is not available. Some features of mobile fuel stations include:

1. Compact design: Mobile fuel stations are designed to be compact and easy to transport, with a small footprint that allows them to be deployed in tight spaces.

2. Fuel storage: Mobile fuel stations typically include a tank for storing fuel, which can range in size from a few hundred to several thousand gallons.

3. Dispensing equipment: Mobile fuel stations are equipped with dispensing equipment, such as pumps, hoses, nozzles, and meters, for dispensing fuel to vehicles or equipment.

4. Security: Mobile fuel stations are designed with security in mind, with features such as locking cabinets, access controls, and alarms to prevent unauthorized access or theft.

5. Environmental protection: Mobile fuel stations are designed to prevent spills and leaks, with features such as spill containment systems and leak detection equipment.

6. Compliance: Mobile fuel stations are designed to comply with relevant regulations and standards, such as those set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

7. Customization: Mobile fuel stations can be customized to meet the specific needs of different applications, with options such as multiple fuel types, different equipment configurations, and alternative power sources.

Overall, mobile fuel stations are a flexible and convenient solution for fuel storage and dispensing in remote or temporary locations. They provide a safe and environmentally friendly way to fuel vehicles and equipment without the need for a traditional fueling infrastructure.