NEW – Containment pump installation service

  • Automated oil-discriminating pumps reduce or eliminate costs of inspections and manual pump outs
  • Upgrades secondary containment systems to comply with relevant legislation and improves site safety
  • Can be standalone or integrated with existing reporting systems
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Range of equipment and installation options to suit every size of facility

 Today’s automated oil-discriminating pumps offer greatly improved efficiency in oil containment management.

Probes in the containment area or bund will detect both water levels and any oil content, with any excess water automatically pumped out if pre-set levels rise. At the same time, any oil content in the water will be immediately identified, so that any tank leakage can be quickly addressed. This saves unnecessary repeat inspections and ensures that tank leakage is identified in the shortest possible time.

Pumps can be set to a variety of detection levels and pump out options to suit each situation. They are widely applicable to outdoor tank locations where rainwater may constantly fill the bund, but are increasingly used in indoor or subterranean locations where the ingress of water is a regular hazard.

Malary provides a complete service from survey and report through to installation and preventative maintenance packages tailored to each client’s specific needs.



New acquisition continues industrial expansion

Malary has purchased the assets and customer base of Roadflow Commercials Ltd based in Newmarket, Suffolk.

Roadflow is owned and operated by father and son team Mark and Rodney Carter, and has been successfully providing fuel, pump and tank maintenance to prestige clients across the UK for more than 10 years.

This acquisition fits well within our current business strategy and supports the ongoing growth plans for our Industrial Division. Roadflow has always been recognised for its high quality professional service and we are focused on ensuring this is seamlessly maintained under the Malary banner.

Amongst other benefits, the acquisition adds a  bespoke 500lt-per-minute fuel polishing unit to the fleet, which is ideal for treating larger volumes or where clients need to have their fuel and tanks back in use as soon as possible.

Mark Carter commented. “We were fortunate to have had a lot of interest in the sale of Roadflow but were very confident that Malary’s own track record of excellent customer service would ensure our customers’ best interests were maintained.”