3.2Gallon Water Storage Tank for RO System

Brand: BACOENG

 SPECIFICATIONS: ● Dimensions: 11"D x 15"H Weight: 10 lbs. ● With Tank Ball Valve: 1/4" connection to 1/4" Tube size . ● Our standard RO water tanks offer quality water storage for use with most residential reverse osmosis systems. ● Built with stainless steel construction, these durable tanks will deliver a continuous

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Description
 SPECIFICATIONS:
● Dimensions: 11"D x 15"H Weight: 10 lbs.
● With Tank Ball Valve: 1/4" connection to 1/4" Tube size .
● Our standard RO water tanks offer quality water storage for use with most residential reverse osmosis systems.
● Built with stainless steel construction, these durable tanks will deliver a continuous and stable supply of purified water at a fast flow rate with high volume suitable for average to large size families.
● Supported by fully enclosed polypropylene and but reservoirs, these storage tanks provide airtight protection against leaks and contamination.
● Their stainless steel connectors ensure leach-free integrity while post-cured diaphragms eliminate the possibility of odors from the tank.
● Individually pressure-tested for safety, all our tanks are NSF certified and CE approved for materials quality, safety, and durability making them suitable for use anywhere in the world.
 FAQ
♦ 1. Looking for a small water pressure tank for a cabin. I assume that is what this RO TANK is, am I right? I can pump it up to 30 - 40 pounds?
Yes, we have it under our kitchen sink and use it daily for R/O water. Also, our specs say it can go up to 100 psi.
 
♦ 2.I have an OmniFilter RO2000-TDS. Will this unit work with my system, and does is come pre-pressurized?
Yes this tank we work for your unit. The tank comes with 10 to 15 psi. I recommend setting the pressure at 6.5 psi. Using a 0 to 20 psi Gage.
 
♦ 3.Anyone know if this will work with the GE profile (PXRQ15F) water filtration system. My old RO tank is RO-4 141S375
YES, it looks like you'll need a 3/8" compression coupling (plastic or brass) to link it to the system, but the original GE R.O. system uses this 4-gal water storage tank.
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