30573-0000

Jabsco Accumulator Tank

Jabsco Accumulator Tank

Description

The Jabsco Accumulator Tank is intended for installation in any pumped water system controlled by a pressure switch.

Features

  • Smoother and More Even Flow
  • Lower Battery Drain
  • Simply Fitted to New or Existing Systems
List Price
$93.84
Your Price
$66.01
In Stock

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Details

The Accumulator Tank smoothes water flow and reduces on/off cycling of the pump by lessening the variation in pressure and flow between the pump and the outlets in the system.

The even flow of water gives better control of hot water temperature especially noticeable with instantaneous gas water heaters and with showers.

The reduced on/off cycling reduces noise from the pump motor, and from shock pressures (pipe hammer). It also reduces battery drain, and gives longer pump life.

Features:

  • Quieter Water System
  • Better Temperature Control
  • Longer Pump life
  • Compact size
  • Snap-in port fittings include both: 1/2" barbed hose fittings and 1/2" threaded hose fittings
  • Tank: hygienic, light, compact, impact and pressure resistant plastic construction

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Jabsco Accumulator Tank 30573-0000 Accumulator Tank with Internal Bladder, 1 Liter
$66.01
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