Water Systems

How are membrane-type pressure tanks different from conventional pressure tanks?

Membrane-type or diaphragm pressure tanks separate air from water with a membrane.  These tanks either come with pressurized air cells or a bladder for water.  Volume capacity for these tanks are measured solely for water volume. For a specified volume requirement, a physically smaller diaphram tank will work at the same capacity as a larger conventional pressure tank.

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Water Systems

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