Expansion vessel 100L

90,000.00 FCFA
The booster balloon has many advantages.
Used for mounting on a booster set, it will maintain the water pressure for a regular domestic supply, without starting your pump.
Available in several capacities (from 19 to 500 liters) and in different positions (vertical and horizontal) you are spoiled for choice!

Food grade (acs standard) you can use the booster balloon to supply drinking water to your home.
A minimum bulk for a maximum volume of water, this is how we could summarize the properties of the booster balloon.
Thanks to a constant pressure (maintained by the rubber bladder), the bladder balloon allows you to be supplied with water on a regular basis, without wearing out your hydraulic installation.

You can also use the booster tank with so-called aggressive water such as limestone water, which is only in contact with the bladder of the tank and not with the wall.
The Booster Balloon requires minimal maintenance. In addition, you will have no trouble installing or mounting it. A smaller location? No problem, the vertical position is made for that!
Endowed with maximum durability, the Booster Balloon does not necessarily have a lifespan since it is its bladder that must be changed and it does not rub against its walls.
• Suitable for all types of water
• Completely interchangeable bladder
• Much larger volume of water than a conventional tank
• Easy assembly and maintenance
• Food grade
• Ideal for building a hydrophore group.
In order to limit the number of starts, a pump, used in particular for the recovery of rainwater, must be equipped with a bladder tank. The air contained between the wall and the rubber bladder ensures the proper functioning of the assembly.
However, over time (usually 12-18 months), it is normal for this air to escape, preventing the bladder tank from performing its buffering role. It can be seen at this moment that the pump is triggered at each request from the network.
Procedure for re-inflating a buffer tank
Don't worry, getting back to normal is easy to achieve by following these few recommendations:
1. Have a small compressor with a pressure gauge. The foot pump can also be suitable for low capacity tanks.
2. Slightly open a faucet to gently release the pressure.
3. Read precisely on the pressure gauge of the pump, the pressure at which it engages. Do not hesitate to renew the operation to be certain of the result.
4. Switch off the power supply to the pump
5. Open the tap wide to drain the tank quickly.
6. Connect the compressor to the tank valve and inject air several times inside the tank to empty all the water it contains.
7. Once emptied of its water, inflate the bladder tank to 0.2 to 0.3 bar below the trigger pressure of the pump (that noted in step 3). Ideally, follow the manufacturer's recommendations.
8. The operation is now complete. All that remains is to reconnect the pump.
In the event that this simple maintenance operation is not sufficient to restore normal operation, it should be checked that the bladder is not punctured.
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  • Manufacturer: VACKSON