Hydropneumatic Tank

A hydro-pneumatic tank is an essential component of a water supply system that utilizes pressure to provide consistent water flow and pressure to your plumbing fixtures. It is a specialized tank that stores water under pressure and utilizes compressed air to maintain a constant pressure level.

The tank works by using compressed air to push the water out of the tank and into your home’s plumbing system. When water is drawn from the tank, the pressure in the tank decreases, and the compressed air forces more water into the tank to keep the pressure constant. This cycle repeats every time you use water in your home, ensuring a consistent water flow and pressure.

Hydro-pneumatic tanks are commonly used in residential and commercial water supply systems, and they come in various sizes, shapes, and capacities to suit different applications. The tanks are typically made of steel or other durable materials that can withstand high pressures and prolonged use.

Benefits of using a hydro-pneumatic tank in your water supply system

Consistent Water Pressure: The tank helps maintain constant water pressure, so you can enjoy consistent water flow and pressure throughout your home.

Reduced Energy Consumption: Using a hydro-pneumatic tank can help reduce energy consumption by reducing the frequency of pump start-up, resulting in lower electricity bills.

Longer Pump Life: The tank can help prolong the life of your water pump by reducing the frequency of pump start-up and minimizing the wear and tear on the pump.

Increased Water Storage: The tank can store more water than a traditional storage tank, ensuring a steady supply of water during peak usage periods.

Improved Water Quality: The tank can help prevent water contamination by reducing the frequency of pump start-up and minimizing the potential for backflow.

Overall, a hydro-pneumatic tank is an excellent investment in any water supply system, providing consistent water flow and pressure, energy savings, and improved water quality.


  • Replaceable EPDM bladder
  • 6 Bar to 40 bar pressure rating
  • Working temperature -10 Degrees to +99 Degree Celsius
  • Galvanized carbon steel counter flange
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coating