Tank Overfill Protection (TOP)

Protect personnel, the environment, and your business

Tank Overfill Protection (TOP) Systems are an absolute necessity for owners and operators in the oil and gas industry, where spillage is not only costly to remedy but puts health and safety of employees and the environment at risk.

Safety solutions

Our 40+ year history of supplying control and safety solutions to the oil and gas industry comes with a legacy of safeguarding operations and protecting the environment.

We can install accurate, robust and reliable systems compliant with the recommendations published following the Buncefield fire in 2005.

As well as automatically detecting overflow and leakage in order to raise alarms and keep you compliant, our Tank Overfill Protection (TOP) Systems can offer the added benefits of increased operational efficiency and higher tank utilisation.

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