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PAE (RO-152) 5.0 Gallon Metal Storage Tank 1/4" NPT; White

PAE (RO-152) 5.0 Gallon Metal Storage Tank 1/4

Price

Retail Price:: $60.74

Your Savings:: $5.48

Your Price: $55.26

TKE-5200W

Availability: Ships within 24-72 hours

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Description

Pre-pressurized bladder tanks. Pressured bladder tanks have several advantages over atmospheric tanks. Pressurized tanks do not require any delivery pump and are less likely to have microbial contamination versus atmospheric tanks.


Height is approximately 16"

Water Capacity @ PSI
  • 15 PSIG: 1.48 gal 
  • 20 PSIG: 2.09 gal 
  • 25 PSIG: 2.53 gal 
  • 30 PSIG: 2.85 gal 
  • 35 PSIG: 3.07 gal 
  • 40 PSIG: 3.36 gal 
  • 45 PSIG: 3.50 gal 
  • 50 PSIG: 3.64 gal 
  • 55 PSIG: 3.76 gal 
  • 60 PSIG: 3.88 gal

Reviews

Nice Tank
Replacement for my old blue RO tank. I look at MANY tank before settling on this one. PAE Tanks have a dual bladder - one for air and one for water. Probably the most cost effective tank I have found. My RO flow was slow from basement to first floor faucet. I eliminated all 90 degree bends and changed to 100% 3/8 tubing- Inverting tank increased flow also. (tip from RO forum) I could not be happier with this tank and my water pressure/ flow rate.
Reviewed by: Steve N from Waterford MI. on 5/12/2013

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Questions & Answers

Q: How to clean the water storage tank?
Asked by:  - 7/20/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: • Shut off the main water valve.
• Dispense all of the water from the faucet.
• Remove the filters for stages 1-3 from their filter housings.
• Remove the membrane from its membrane housing.
• Do not remove the post carbon filter (Stage 5)
• Pour about 1 tablespoon of chlorine or hydrogen peroxide in the first stage housing.
• Put back together all of the filter and membrane housings. Make sure not to include the filters and membrane inside.
• Reattach all of the connections (as if your system was ready to be used again).
• Turn back on the main water valve.
• Let your system run.
• Once the tank is full, flush out the water through the faucet (at least twice; you may need to do it 2+ times if the smell of chlorine is not completely gone).
• Shut off the main water valve again.
• Install all the filters and membrane back into their correct housings.
• Reattach all of the connections.
• Turn on the main water valve.
• Allow the tank to fill up.
• Drain out the first tank.
• Your system should be sanitized at this point.
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