Oil Leak Detection Multizone Alarms


Protect oil storage facilities, fuel and heating oil tanks from large escapes of hydrocarbon oils with our Multizone Oil Leak Alarm.  The LeakHunter uses clever sensor technology that detects the presence of oil as soon as contact is made.

Oil leaks can be particularly damaging to local environments if left unchecked.  Large volumes of oil and fuel can be lost should a pipe fracture, a connector fail or damage due to vandalism.  Envirotech Alarms understand the need to detect the presence of these substances where they shouldn’t be and react immediately.  The LeakHunter oil leak detection system has been developed to go in oil and fuel storage facilities, adjacent to fuel tanks for standby generators. in lift pits where hydraulic oil is used and in waste oil and solvent collection centres.

Multizone Oil Leak

The system uses a clever optical sensor that shines an LED beam of light onto a collector.  If the beam is broken by oil or fuel an alarm is triggered and a series of relays are switched inside the panel.  The relays can be used to switch valves, send out text messages, set off sounder/beacons and connect to a BMS.

The normal configuration is to place a sensor in a drip tray under the storage tank, any liquid that leaks into the drip tray will be detected.  A series of sensors can be used and wired in series back to a single alarm panel.  If however there are a number of storage vessels situated on a site a multi-zone panel can be used that will indicate which particular area (or zone) has the leak.

Envirotech Alarms have the expertise and knowledge to help you specify the best system for your oil detection projects.  Our range of LeakHunter alarm panels uses proven technology offering reliable, minimum maintenance operation at a very competitive price.

Product Features

  • Detects the presence of oil in various different locations.
  • Alarm panels available between 1 and 32 zones (more zones available on request).
  • Ideal for use in larger plant rooms or indoor fuel storage sites.
  • Can be linked to BMS, text diallers and beacon/sounders.
  • Employs clever optical sensing technology to detect the presence of oil.