Give yourself the normal working space and clearance you would for any equipment. I can't tell if that is a SE or not. If so, make room.Would the tank need to be moved a certain distance away from all the electrical work in this setting?
The sub panel was already existing, I just installed lighting and the 1 single gfci..... than this morning I got to thinking about it and was worried wether or not that would be classified.Give yourself the normal working space and clearance you would for any equipment. I can't tell if that is a SE or not. If so, make room.
Gasoline would change everything.
You didn't ask but GFCI the receptacles.
Unlike gasoline diesel does not build up static charge. Normal structural grounding rules apply. For static charges the minimum is #8 stranded or sometimes even less. It is not NEC.Well he’s going to do it anyway. I’d rather be on the safe side of anything and know it’s done right and sleep good at night. What do you think about having grounding electrode and #6 solid conducter to the fuel tank?
They pump is currently 12volt motor with alligator clips for battery , customer actually wants to try and find a ac-dc converter for it but I haven’t even looked into them.Make sure the pump has an EG and don't worry about additional electrodes.
Flowing diesel does create a static charge on cheap hoses. That can make users rather nervous when they are fueling their equipment from a 10,000 gal above ground tank. Pretty interesting to hear it snap.
IDK why they spent that kind of money for tank, pump, fuel and put on the wrong hose.