Pressurized storage tank supplies water from reverse osmosis system when you want filtered water on demand or when the pressure from the system is too low.
Your RO system will fill the tank to capacity, and when you open your RO water dispenser the water is sent out to the RO faucet by the tank's pressurized air bladder. Unlike open air tanks which may allow pollutants in, a closed expansion tank such as the Amtrol keeps water sterile after purification. The tank uses stainless steel connections to avoid any leaching concerns, tested by independent third-party to meet NSF/ANSI Standard, and is CE approved under the PED (Pressure Equipment Directive).
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Amtrol ™ Tank Sizes
Gallon Capacity @ 50 PSI Feed Pressure
Stainless steel 1/4" NPT valve thread connection to connect to RO systems and other water producing applications.
Smooth internal air vent cap prevents diaphragm damage. High-grade butyl diaphragm and post-cure procedures ensure a safe, tasteless and odorless water chamber.
Discharges effectively in a vertical or horizontal position.
Tested by independent third-party to meet NSF/ANSI Standard.
IAMPO approved. CE Mark approved
This component does not contain Bisphenol A (BPA). BPA is used to make polycarbonate which is a hard clear form of plastic that is commonly used to make baby bottles water bottles sports equipment and CD cases. BPA is not present in plastics like polypropylene polyethylene or butyl rubber.
AMTROL has been manufacturing Reverse Osmosis Water Storage Tanks for over 4 decades. Not only have they been doing it longer than anyone else, Amtrol actually invented the technology behind RO tanks. Their proven technology, vast experience and countless other qualities are what places AMTROL high above other manufacturers with their look-alike or imported tanks.