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SPECTRUM Composite Vessel Complete with Head, Riser and Screens, 3/4" BSPF Ports

SPECTRUM Composite Vessel Complete with Head, Riser and Screens, 3/4
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Our range of composite vessels are ideal for housing DI or softener resin for various applications. They can also be used for other media such as granualr activated carbon. The vessel comes complete with head (3/4" BSPF ports) upper screen, riser and lower screen to ensure a uniform distribution of water through the media.

Lot-coded for product tracking and traceability, the SPECTRUM range of black pressure vessels, also known as DI or resin tanks, are NSF tested and certified to ensure product quality and reliability.

Constructed from food grade high density polyethylene (HDPE) and reinforced with fibreglass for added strength, temperature and pressure ratings the vessels set a new standard, delivering great performance and value for money.

Exceeding industry norms, the SPECTRUM vessels are tested to four times their maximum operating pressure (42 bar) as well as cycle-tested 250,000 times (NSF’s requirement is 100,000) from 0-10.5 bar.

Ideal for residential, commercial water softening or filtration applications, pressure vessels are specifically designed for use where high volume or capacity is needed.


Features

• Cycle tested 250,000 times
• Individually packaged for improved handling, storage and transportation
• NSF Certified
• Lot-coded for tracking and traceability
• Complies with PED 97/23/EC Directive
• Reinforced vessels designed with no welds, joints or seams in the tank
• Liner to eliminate any potential leaks

Benefits

•Tested to 4 times the maximum operating pressure
•Water contact parts are made with food grade materials
•Comes with base for greater stability
•Threaded inlets made from 30% glass-filled polypropylene for superior strength
•100% rustproof and corrosion resistant



Our range of composite vessels are ideal for housing DI or softener resin for various applications. They can also be used for other media such as granualr activated carbon. The vessel comes complete with head (3/4" BSPF ports) upper screen, riser and lower screen to ensure a uniform distribution of water through the media.

Lot-coded for product tracking and traceability, the SPECTRUM range of black pressure vessels, also known as DI or resin tanks, are NSF tested and certified to ensure product quality and reliability.

Constructed from food grade high density polyethylene (HDPE) and reinforced with fibreglass for added strength, temperature and pressure ratings the vessels set a new standard, delivering great performance and value for money.

Exceeding industry norms, the SPECTRUM vessels are tested to four times their maximum operating pressure (42 bar) as well as cycle-tested 250,000 times (NSF’s requirement is 100,000) from 0-10.5 bar.

Ideal for residential, commercial water softening or filtration applications, pressure vessels are specifically designed for use where high volume or capacity is needed.


Features

• Cycle tested 250,000 times
• Individually packaged for improved handling, storage and transportation
• NSF Certified
• Lot-coded for tracking and traceability
• Complies with PED 97/23/EC Directive
• Reinforced vessels designed with no welds, joints or seams in the tank
• Liner to eliminate any potential leaks

Benefits

•Tested to 4 times the maximum operating pressure
•Water contact parts are made with food grade materials
•Comes with base for greater stability
•Threaded inlets made from 30% glass-filled polypropylene for superior strength
•100% rustproof and corrosion resistant


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