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Pressure tank

Posted by Ellen in Home on July 31st, 2020

The pressure tanks are included in the pumping systems in order to ensure the supply of water to the system in case the water coming from the supply network is insufficient. These tanks are also included in series-connected pressure groups.

The pressure tank can be used to ensure that the amount of water the system needs to work properly is available if the supply network has failed or is unable to supply water during peak demand. This resource is also used to ensure that the pump starts and stops do not affect the water supply network. The in-home, home water pressure tank will be best for you home water supply 

 

 

To avoid contamination

In some countries, it is not allowed to install pressure groups directly to the supply network. This is mainly due to avoiding that the water can return to the supply network, thus avoiding the risk of contamination. In these countries, pressure tanks are necessary at each stage of pressure increase.

 

To create pressure zones

In high-rise buildings such as skyscrapers, pressure tanks are used as intermediate tanks to divide the water supply into various pressure zones. In these cases, the pressure tanks feed the taps and water points that are at or above it.

 

Advantage:

  • High recovery of the system since a high volume of water is stored in the pressure tanks.

  • Low energy consumption by the pressure groups since the pressure is relatively low because it is limited by the geometric height of the system
    - Reduction of load on the electrical network since the power to pump water is relatively low.

  • Less sensitive to electrical failure.

  • Use of gradual low-pressure pipes since the pressure zones are limited by the geometric height.
    - Reduced Life Cycle Cost

Disadvantages:

  • High initial investment.

  • Increased space used by pressure groups and by tanks in work plants.

  • Loss of potential in the use and amortization of the surface.

  • Increased risk of in pressure tanks

 

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