Model # 330OT

Internet #203193182

Store SO SKU #1000067504

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Vertical 330 Gal. Black Oil Tank

$78029 /each

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Product Overview

AT and S is a heavy duty construction of 12-Gauge steel meets UL/ULC specifications. Can be used for all heating fuels, oil, diesel or kerosene. Five-step finishing process results in a weather resistant, powder coated, tough baked on finish.

  • Welded seams
  • Baked on powder coated finish
  • Single ply bottom
  • Round custom carrying handles
  • Accessories (legs, gauges, oil filters, etc) sold separately; available in stock at your local Home Depot or by special order; fittings not available online can be purchased at your local Home Depot or consult your professional installer
  • Be sure to have the tank(s) installed by a licensed installer; domestic heating oil tanks are to be installed in accordance with NFPA-31, installation code for oil burning equipment
  • Installer shall ensure that applicable federal, provincial, and local codes are met prior to installation

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Customer Questions & Answers

When will these tanks be expected to be available again?

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Steve
I am sorry we got a sales spike on these. They should be back in stock within a week.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-12-27

I put tank in garage about 40' from boiler & boiler is about 10' lower then tank.what is the best way to run fuel lines

Asked by: Marc
The codes for installing oil tanks are not only different in every state but can be different in every town. So I would certainly check with the code enforcement person in your area before you proceed. Often this is not the plumbing inspector but a member of the fire department who has received special hazmat training,. In my area I always utilize a dedicated 2" vent, 2" fill and 2" gauge. I plug the 4th 2" tapping unless I am twinning two tanks together. In which case I pipe it to the other tank in 2" so they balance and drain down evenly. I also use "Gasola" brand pipe dope as it is solvent resistant and will not be broken down by the oil. I come off the 1/2" tap on the bottom of the tank for my line to the appliance. This way there is no area a the bottom of the tank for sludge to collect. I always use a fireomatic safety valve there as well as coated oil line specifically designed for oil. Some people draw off the top using a duplex bushing in one of the tappings. From the duplex bushing they run a draw tube to the bottom of the tank. But again I would definitely check with the inspector in your area. It is also important to pitch tank a 1/4" per foot to the outlet end so that sludge does not collect in the tank.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2017-05-25

Can arrangements be made to have the 330 gallon tank delivered into the homeowner's cellar or must it be left in yard?

Asked by: Tom
I am sorry but I can't answer that. These questions are directed towards those with technical knowledge of the products and not to The Home Depot directly. I think they offer in home delivery in some areas but I can not say for all. I would suggest you contact Home Depot . com directly and they can answer that based on what services they provide in your area.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-08-17

Can (2) 330 fuel oil tanks be piped together in a home. I live in Westbrook, Maine.

#2 fuel oil.
Asked by: Tom
Both the 275 and the 330 steel oil tanks sold by The Home Depot have 4 2" female threaded national pipe thread tappings on the top. One is for the fill, one is for the vent, one is for the gauge and the last is to twin the tanks together so they drain down evenly. So the tanks have the provision to be installed in tandem. What can not tell you is if this is allowed in Westbrook Maine. The storage of home heating oil is regulated by by Federal, State, municipal and in some cases even association rules. For example trailer parks often have very specific rules regaling the storage of home heating oil, because space is often tight and they can be easily punctured by snow plows. Thus you really need to put this question to the code enforcement person in your area. Often, when it comes to oil tanks, this is a member of the fire department.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-06-29
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