According to legal requirements, all fuel tank installations must be regularly inspected and maintained by a specialised company.
The unavoidable condensation of humidity leads to the formation of condensation water in the tank. Iin addition, deposits are formed by the natural aging of heating oil, diesel or petrol. These then accumulate with the condensation at the bottom of the tank.
Regular cleaning of the tank reduces the concentration of corrosive substances in the tank and protects it, which significantly prolongs the lifespan of your tank installation. In addition, the value of your tank installation is preserved longer.
For the revision of your tank, please contact one of our affiliates operationg in your region. The map below shows the areas of activity of our affiliates.
Citerna SA is a family business belonging to the TAMOIL group and was founded in 1969 by Ernest Clémenzo. It has been a member of Valais’ tank inspectors association, ReValCit, since 1969. In July 2018, Citerna SA formed a partnership with Petrole-Carbona SA in Conthey, which also belongs to the TAMOIL group in Switzerland. Its primary business is the servicing of domestic tanks and supply systems.
CIBUSA, Révision et Nettoyages de Citernes, succursale de Celsa-Charmettes S.A.
CIBUSA, Révision et Nettoyages de Citernes SA was founded in 1966 by three fuel merchants. Over time, the company's field of activity has expanded. In addition to tank inspection and cleaning, the Bulle (VD) based company now also offers other related services such as tank sealing, cladding installation, decommissioning, installation, and connection of tanks. In 2020, it became a part of the Celsa-Charmettes group.
Checkciternes, succursale de Celsa-Charmettes S.A.
Checkciternes, succursale de Celsa-Charmettes S.A. was founded in 1990 in Saint-Légier (VD). The company's activities include the inspection and cleaning of tanks, the sealing and installation of claddings, decommissioning, installation, and connection of tanks. In 2021, the company became part of the Celsa-Charmettes group.