break tank

break tank

A water tank system that incorporates an air gap in it to prevent water from backing into the system and contaminating the potable water supply.
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This design eliminates the need for a RO break tank and a pumping stage for the RO, resulting in significant cost, space and energy savings.
The PT answer was to work with Xylem, Lowara "smart" water pressure booster system and a Precolour Break Tank
Bay is set to break Tank's heart, who she realized sacrificed a lot for her.
Since the Ion Removal Section utilizes recirculation with continuous flow (make-up or recirculating) around a "Break Tank", the RU prefilter is positioned as the final component in the Pretreatment Section.
"Our contractors, Hertel, attended the property and discovered that a cleaning substance had been added to the block's cold water break tank.
Mains water is first drawn into a break tank before being pumped through the UV system at a flow rate of 40m3/hour.
The CSO facility uses city water from a 15,000-gallon underground concrete break tank to supply water to flushing and service water systems.
Other benefits include full electronic control with a touch panel and additional start button, the requirement of only a 0.6 bar water inlet pressure, full break tank and booster pump, full water bylaws approval, three wash programmes plus wash and rinse temperature displays, and an automatic self-cleaning cycle.