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Electrical surge protection is a common consideration for all our electronics in the home.

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

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What is the difference between Acrylic and Gelcoat fiberglass?

Acrylic is a sheet of material that is heated and vacuum formed over a mold, creating a continous waterproof membrane. It is then reinforced with fiberglass. Gelcoat fiberglass is a polyester resin sprayed onto a mold and then reinforced with fine glass particles. One is a solid surface, the other is porous.

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Well-Rite Pressure Tanks

Well-Rite Pressure Tanks

Solidly constructed with a welded, stainless steel connection, the Well-Rite Series puts the tank in water tank. Well-Rite tanks are distinctly designed with our patented and innovative controlled action diaphragm (CAD), which eliminates coatings, liners and plastic bladders.

The CAD is surrounded in a pre-pressurized atmosphere that reduces condensation and forces the diaphragm to expand and contract the same way, every time. Our patented controlled action, double diaphragm assembly completely contains drawdown water.The water chamber does not chafe on the tank wall.This unique diaphragm design is constructed with an FDA approved, high-grade butyl rubber compound. NSF certifies Well-Rite tanks as conforming to standard 61 for drinking water system components.The CAD system is anchored by our stainless steel water connection which is totally lead free, and NSF approved for the highest sanitary standard. A full flow stainless steel port diffuser directs water flow upward and outward while firmly locking the lower diaphragm in place.

Well-Rite tanks are finished with a high quality urethane paint system that combines durable all-weather protection with a deep gloss, appliance look.

Well-rite tanks are backed by a five year written, limited warranty and are quality tested at four different stages on the production line.Tests include helium and high pressure tests to ensure the structural integrity of every tank.

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