If you want to work out the volume of your fuel and oil tanks, simply enter the relevant information about your tank into our tank volume calculator below and Your NRG will work it out for you.
Whether you have a horizontal, vertical or rectangular tank you can estimate the total capacity and full liquid volume in the measurements you prefer in no time.
Once you know how much fuel or domestic heating oil you need, head on over to the Your NRG (formerly Oil NRG) location pages and get in touch, or get a free quote first and place an order online.
Need further assistance?
If you need further assistance with anything from how to use our tank volume calculator to what types of fuel and heating oil we supply, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
How do you calculate the capacity of an oil tank?
To calculate the capacity of the oil tank, you need to know the dimensions of the tank, including the radius of the circular base and the height of the tank, then just pop those figures into our tank volume calculator tool and we’ll tell you the exact capacity.
How do you work out the volume of a tank in litres?
To work out the volume of your tank in litres, It’s important to know what size your oil tank is when you are ordering your fuel. If you’re unsure on its size, we’ve got a quick way to work out how much oil your tank can hold.
Once you have your tank’s measurements, enter them into our fuel tank volume calculator tool for an accurate volume size for your tank.
How many litres does a domestic oil tank hold?
The number of litres a domestic oil tank holds varies depending on the size and design, and can range from 1000 litres to 3000 litres or more.
How long should 500 litres of oil last in winter?
How long 500 litres of oil will last in winter will also vary on several factors, including your heating system’s efficiency, the size and insulation of your home, the temperature outside, and your own heating preferences.
That being said, a well-insulated, average-sized home with a modern, efficient heating system should last between 1 to 2 months during winter. This could be shorter for a larger or less well-insulated home.
How many litres of oil does an average house use?
The average oil consumption for a house can vary widely based on the size and insulation quality of your house, the local climate, and your heating preferences, so you could use anywhere between 1,000 and 2,000 litres of oil during the heating season.
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