BLADDER TANKS

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Tanks that include an internal bladder are usually smaller, and sometimes called captive air or bag tanks. There are styles that are designed to replace the expansion tank in a domestic hot water or chilled water system. Most bladder tanks are standard vertical design. On larger versions, the bladder is often replaceable through a flange, which can be either on the top or bottom of the tank depending on the application.

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MOST OF OUR TANKS CAN ALSO BE BUILT IN STAINLESS STEEL USING IN-STOCK MATERIAL – PLEASE INQUIRE

Material Pricing Subject To Change Based On Market Volatility
Resulting From Implementation Of Section 232 Tariffs And Availability

Standard Bladder Tanks with 2″ FNPT Top Outlet

wdt_ID Gallons SIZE Dia x Lgth W.P. Psig WT# DRAWING / PART# PRICE
1 264 36" x 67" 125 559
2 317 36" x 79" 125 637
3 370 36" x 91" 125 704
4 422 48" x 64" 125 780
5 528 48" x 77" 125 921
6 660 48" x 94" 125 1055

Standard Bladder Tanks with 2″ FNPT Bottom Outlet

wdt_ID Gallons SIZE Dia x Lgth W.P. Psig WT# DRAWING / PART# PRICE
1 264 36" x 67" 125 565
2 317 36" x 79" 125 636
3 370 36" x 91" 125 707
4 422 48" x 64" 125 938
5 528 48" x 77" 125 1102
6 660 48" x 94" 125 1258
7 793 48" x 122" 125 1627
8 1056 54" x 132" 125 2200