We use EVERPURE 15OO ProSeries which It’s exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure and a unique pleated filter membrane to reduce particles as small as 1/2 micron. This highly engineered design offers the largest filtering surface area, longer filter life and consistent performance ProSeries 1500 – Part No. EV9300-16
System tasted and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI standard 42 and 53 for the reduction of Standard No. 42 Aesthetic Effect:
|Cartridge Length: 10 - 1/4”||Filter Life: 6 – 12 months|
|Rated Capacity: 2,835 L (750 gallons)||Micron Rating: 0.5|
|Flow Rate: 0.5 gpm||Certifications: NSF/ANSI 42 & 53|
Pressure water tanks use compressed air to push water through the system. When you live in a city, the water is automatically at your faucet when you need it. People living outside a city typically have water storage tanks that pump water out when needed. Irrigation systems commonly use pressure tanks so that pumps do not have to be used for low-pressure jobs.
Pressure tanks let you pre-charge your tank if you know you are going to use a lot of water. If the pressure is too high, your system will make noise before the pump starts, or the pump will start more frequently and stay on for shorter periods of time. You might get fizzing and air in the tap rather than water.
Bladder pressure tanks hold the water inside a bladder or bag. The bag is then surrounded by air. The water never touches the well walls, so the tank does not corrode. Although the tank has a long life, the bladders must be replaced. Fixed-bladder tanks do not allow for the replacement of bladders alone, and the entire tank must be replaced if your bladder breaks.
Because the air is pushing against the water or bladder inside the pressure tank, there is a point where no additional water is available. The tank must be refilled before more water can be pumped out. If a small amount of water remains in the bladder, it can be pushed out at high pressure, causing noise. Water can also be trapped in pockets as the bladder collapses and wrinkles while the water is being pumped out.