Composite filter tanks

Construction Material: Polyethylene

Natural color

Max. operating pressure: 150 psi

Max. temperature: 65.55 ° C (150 ° F)

Warranty: 5 years

NSF and ASME certified
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Tanks for commercial and industrial composite filters

Code
Description
P_046084
Tank 18 ″ x 65 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046085
Tank 21 ″ x 62 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046086
Tank 24 ″ x 65 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046087
Tank 24 ″ x 72 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046088
Tank 24 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TF 6 ″, BF, Tripod Base
P_046089
Tank 24 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 4 ″
P_046090
30 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 4 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046091
Tank 30 ″ x 72 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046092
Tank 30 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TF 6 ″
P_046093
30 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 6 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046094
36 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 4 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046095
Tank 36 ″ x 72 ″ Composite 4 ″ T
P_046096
Tank 36 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TF 6 ″
P_046097
36 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 6 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046098
42 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 6 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046099
48 ″ x 72 ″ Composite TB 6 ″ Tank, Tripod Base
P_046100
Tank 63 ″ x 67 ″ Composite TB 6 ″, Tripod Base
P_046101
Tank 63 ″ x 86 ″ Composite TB 6 ″, Tripod Base

Composite pressure vessels are used for large commercial and industrial

Applications such as:

  • Water softeners
  • Demineralizers
  • Industrial water filtration
  • Water purifiers
  • Storage

Pressure Vessels Pentair Water has been the industry benchmark for quality and performance for over 30 years.

Poly-crystal tanks are manufactured in a single piece, highly resistant and leak-free high-density polyethylene lining, by engineering encapsulated polymer.

Composite pressure vessels feature reinforced fiberglass construction offering excellent performance and durability.

Available in capacities up to 1600 gallons with a variety of different configurations. Pentair Water Pressure Water Filter Tanks are designed to give you years of worry-free performance.

BENEFITS of Composite tanks versus Carbon Steel.

Steel tanks:

  • Very heavy and difficult to handle, therefore it implies a higher installation cost.
  • They corrode and oxidize for a short period of time.
  • The interior has to be treated periodically.
  • Paint and coating have to be renewed regularly.

Composite structural tanks 

  • 60% lighter than steel and easier to handle, therefore lower installation costs.
  • Corrosion resistant, both inside and outside.
  • Low maintenance.
  • Natural fiberglass exterior never fades or changes color; in addition to having UV protection.

Design Parameters - NSF

Safety factor: 4: 1 (minimum burst at 600 psi)

Cycle test: 100,000 cycles without leakage

Design Parameters - ASME

Safety Factor: Top / Bottom Flange 5: 1 (Minimum Burst at 750 psi)

6: 1 side flange (minimum burst at 900 psi)

Cycle test:

33,000 cycles without leakage (Top / Bottom Flange)

100,000 cycles without leakage (Side flange)

Data sheet

Pentair composite

Composite vs. Carbon Steel Tanks Comparison

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