pressure tank


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pressure tank

[′presh·ər ‚taŋk]
(chemical engineering)
A pressurized tank into which timber is inserted for impregnation with preservative.
(civil engineering)
An airtight water tank in which air is compressed to exert pressure on the water and which is used in connection with a water distribution system.

pressure tank

A closed cylindrical steel container designed to store water under pressure.
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A pressure tank at the house directly feeds our household plumbing.
Close the valve from the pressure tank to the house.
A friend of mine is a water well contractor, and always has plenty of used pressure tanks.
The 11 & 45 litre pressure tanks are competitively priced and are supplied with disposable tank liners as standard making cleaning and colour change much easier.
The custom in midtown buildings is a system comprised of a five to seven thousand gallon pressure tank and a 10,000-gallon or larger gravity tank.
It is advisable to connect filtration and disinfection equipment after the pressure tank to ensure that water drawn for the surface water is free of contaminants such as particulate matter and bacteria.
Michael Kellett, 40, died after a pressure tank exploded in the factory which operates near the border.
For most Pressure Tank styles, users can specify options - such as the number and size of holes in the lid, as well as inner and outer surface finishing grades, which include coarse (240), standard (320), and fine (400) buff polishing.
If the water from your well goes directly into your pressure tank, you have only as much water as was in the pressure tank when the power went out--unless you have a way to pump more water by hand.
These toilets have a pressure tank inside that works like a big water balloon.
a high pressure tank to store the pressurized hydrogen.
The Herbert Rose team also had to rip up the bulkhead roof to remove, and then install a new 7500-gallon sprinkler pressure tank supplied by Rosenwach Tank Co.