Vyair 12 Litre Stainless Steel RO Storage Tank with Quick-Fit Pressure Valve

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Verkoper: thewatersite (22.917) 100%, Objectlocatie: HORNCASTLE, Verzending naar: Europe, Objectnummer: 112834600469 Vyair 12 Litre Stainless Steel RO Storage Tank with Quick-Fit Pressure ValveVyair (UK) Ltd. specialises in supplying various kinds of water purifying equipment: RO systems, counter top water purifiers, pipe water purifiers, filter cartridges and their components. etc., which is located on a developing industrial estate in Horncastle, Lincolnshire. We have more than 10 years of experience in the industry and have become the leading provider to some of Europe's biggest water purifying distributors. The continuous efforts on research and development and the concentration on our quality control has helped established long-term and reliable brands all over the world including EcoAqua, Aqua Crest, John Guest, Laica. We are therefore confident of our ability to meet the requirements of all customers with our competitively priced product together with our approvals of CE, NSF, WRAS, etc., as well as our Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.Our product range has won enormous acclaim in both the domestic and overseas markets for exclusive service and high-quality manufacturing. We customise our products according to the needs of our customers and different international standards. Every day we move forward one more step to achieve a new stage of customer satisfaction and quality and endeavour to make our products and service benefit more and more people all around the world.3.2 US Gallon RO Water Storage Tank with Pressure ValvePressure tanks used with undersink reverse osmosis units are miniature versions of pressure tanks used on residential water wells.Water is stored in a bladder, made of a material called butyl. When there is a demand for water, the water is pushed out of the tank's bladder by air pressure.A standard Schroeder air valve, like the valve on a bicycle or automobile tyre, allows air to both enter and leave the tank. The air valve on different tanks can be found in different places, so you may have to look for it. In some RO tanks, the air valve is located inconveniently on the bottom of the tank.When the RO tank is empty of water, it should have a pressure of five to 10 psi air. As water is forced into the tank by operation of the RO unit, pressure inside the tank increases. Standard RO units have a hydraulic shutoff valve that stops production of water when the pressure in the tank reaches approximately 2/3 of the pressure of the tap water that supplies the RO unit. Thus, if your mains water pressure is 60 psi, the RO unit will fill the storage tank to around 40 psi before shutoff. If, however, your mains pressure is only 50 psi, the RO unit will stop filling the tank when the pressure in the tank reaches a bit over 30 psi.The biggest misunderstanding about RO tanks is that they hold the amount of water that the tank manufacturer says. They actually hold much less. That's because much of the inner space of the tank is occupied by air and a heavy bladder. Typically, you'll get about 2.5 gallons of water out of what is commonly called a 4 gallon RO tank.Another common misunderstanding is the belief that the tank's external material affects the quality of the water. Actually, the water you're going to drink doesn't touch the material that the tank is made from. Except for the spout, which is food grade PP on most modern tanks, the water does not touch the tank. The water contacts only the butyl bladder. Butyl has been used for years for RO tanks and well tanks and is regarded as inert.The storage tank is an integral part of all undersink RO units and needs to be maintained and managed carefully. Not enough air in the tank results in not enough water at the faucet. Too much air also results in not enough water at the faucet.Our standard RO water tanks offer quality water storage for use with our residential reverse osmosis systems. Constructed from high grade polypropylene, these durable tanks will deliver a continuous and stable supply of purified water at a fast flow rate with high volume suitable for average to large size families. Supported by fully enclosed polypropylene and butyl reservoirs, these storage tanks provide airtight protection against leaks and contamination. Their high-quality connectors ensure leach-free integrity while post-cured diaphragms eliminate the possibility of odours from the tank. Individually pressure-tested for safety, all our tanks are NSF certified and CE approved for materials quality, safety, and durability making them suitable for use anywhere in the world.1. Made of high quality stainless steel; food grade butylene diaphragm ensures a tasteless and odourless water.2. High working pressure: 50 psi3. Prevents pollution in RO water purifier storage4. Water output in one side to save space for installation5. Bottom air charge pressure: 5-7 psiModel: STK-3.2GDispatched from: Horncastle, Lincolnshire (U.K.)Classification: Water purificationMaterial: Stainless SteelCertification: Factory tested to meet CE, ISO9001, CCC, RoHS quality standardsSpecification: CE, ROHS, SGSCapacity: 3.2 US gallonsMax Diameter: 27cmHeight: 39cmNet Weight: 3.9kgGross Wright: 4.0kgBrand Name: VyairShipping: This item will be shipped via courier due to size and weight. We use DPD, who offer text message updates if you provide your mobile number when you place your order. Condition: New, Model: STK-3.2G, Unit Quantity: 1, Filtration Method: Reverse Osmosis, Type: Reverse Osmosis Water Storage Tank, MPN: 3.2 Gallon Reverse Osmosis Storage Tank with Tap, Brand: VYAIR

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