Pressurized or pressure tanks are versatile and of superior quality. Horizontal models are available from 20 to 150 liters, with a maximum working pressure of 10 bar, making them ideal for a range of applications.
The range of steel tanks is available from60 to 450 liters,
with a maximum pressure of 10 or 8.6 bar. They are ideal for a wide range of applications, such as domestic and industrial hydropneumatic systems, irrigation systems and pressurization of a hydraulic line.
They are lightweight and of high quality, and offer maximum working pressures of 8.6 bar. Some are weatherproof or outdoor resistant, plus some brands are manufactured in fiberglass and are ideal for coastal, marine and other locations where metal tanks are not suitable.
Some pressure tanks have replaceable membranes and offer capacities up to 125 liters, with maximum working pressures up to 25 bar. Applications include booster systems, heating expansion, irrigation and pressurized water systems in buildings, such as apartments, hotels, hospitals and business centers.
We recommend the use of air releases to reduce or eliminate hydraulic shock, also known as water hammer. They can be installed directly in pipelines to reduce water hammer caused by quick closing valves, or mounted on pumps to reduce damage to the pump body caused by water hammer.