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The pressure in the tank is not all that much, just enough to force the water through. Typically storage tanks are around 5-6 PSI. Using a float valve coming out of the pressure tank can work just as well as a faucet for example and would be a perfect option. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Its not hard at all once you get it down. I included a link to the instructions as the images describe it better then I could by typing it out :-)
The Reverse Osmosis Pressure Tank will allow you to store about 3 gallons of filtered water after your Reverse Osmosis system. Most people do not want to wait for their RO system to make on demand water when filling up a glass for drinking. A Pressure tank will store the filtered water under pressure and allow it to come out at a much greater speed saving you time.
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Very nice to have By Steve on 6/17/2014Steve would recommend this product to a friendI bought this to supplement my RO/DI system. I have the drinking water kit that maintains pressurized RO water for drinking and my icemaker, but also wanted to have an easy, quick way of getting DI water - and this was the perfect way for me.
It was what I ordered By fred on 1/31/2014fred would recommend this product to a friendIt was what I wanted
A must have for the RO/DI system By Michael on 12/30/2013Michael would recommend this product to a friendWe are currently using 2 of these on our system. We are able to sustain high volume water pressure for the first 5 gallons of output before the system needs to recharge. Great for large water changes or water changes plus house hold use.
Good pressurized tank By DrewHase7 on 8/13/2013DrewHase7 would recommend this product to a friendThis does what it is supposed to do. Just remember to buy the tank shutoff valve. I think it should have been included, as I cannot think of how to hook up the tank otherwise. I wish it had a little more pressure to allow better water flow out, but then I'd probably waste a lot of water from the filter unit.
Just remember to buy the tank valve also. That is the only reason not rated 5 stars.
Kit Has Everything By Rudy on 6/6/2012Rudy would recommend this product to a friendWhen you buy the Drinking Water Kit, it comes with everything you need including the shutoff valve and many other connectors. It does cost a little more, but like I said, it has everything you need and more.
RO Drinking Water Add On By Rudy on 6/6/2012Rudy would recommend this product to a friendOrdered the individual parts to add Drinking Water to my RO/DI system. Got the pressurized tank, the faucet, all the tubing necessary to get from the RO/DI to the under the kitchen sink installation. These things are 8 ft apart with a wall inbetween, a dishwasher and some cabinets, but actually the installation was easy. Again watch those BRS videos, they are very helpful.
No Shutoff Valve By Travis on 10/25/2011Travis would recommend this product to a friendI assumed this tank would come with the valve for the top. It does not, I ended up having to fork up the $5 for the valve as well as $7 for shipping. I think this ad should specify "tank only, valves sold separately" not a common valve either.. Home Depot or any other local hardware store did not have this simple piece of plastic.
No valve included? By Travis on 10/24/2011Travis would recommend this product to a friendI purchased the 5 stage R/O system and it came with a ton of extra connections. When I purchased this unit I assumed it came with the on/off valve. Dissapointed that I have to wait another week to install this unit as none of the hardware stores around have this particular fitting.
great price and quality! By mike on 8/10/2010mike would recommend this product to a friendgot the unit the next day. well made tank.
Well worth it By Monzer on 12/31/2009Monzer would recommend this product to a friendI needed extra RO storage for large water changes. Ended up getting 2 of these puppies. This tank is well worth the price.