Model # HT119B

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Store SKU #1000027339

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Water Worker 119 Gal. Pressurized Well Tank

Water Worker

119 Gal. Pressurized Well Tank

  • Vastly improved and consistent water pressure
  • Steady pressure regarless of the number of faucets used
  • Life of pump extended due to fewer pump cycles
$576.45 /each

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Product Overview

Use the Water Worker 119 Gal. Pressurized Well Tank as a direct-fit replacement for the majority of installed well tank bases. This pre-charged tank is constructed from durable deep-drawn steel and is designed to maintain its air charge for years to offer you easy upkeep. The tank's polypropylene-lined steel shell supports the water weight to ensure water never sits in loose-fitting vinyl or rubber bags that can fold, crease and wear.

  • Designed as a direct-fit replacement for the majority of installed well tank bases
  • Constructed of deep-drawn steel for durability
  • Polypropylene-lined steel supports water weight to ensure water never sits in loose-fitting vinyl or rubber bags that can fold, crease and wear
  • NSF certified
  • Polypropylene liner separates water from the steel shell to prevent taste or odor from being absorbed into the water; polypropylene liner does not require scheduled replacements for long-lasting use; formed liner fits the steel shell for added durability
  • Sizing - count the number of water fixtures in and outside the home and multiply that # by 3; fixtures include faucets, spickets, showerheads, dish washer, washing machine, etc. for hot tubs and sprinkler systems add 1 to 2 fixtures for each; there are no disadvantages to having a larger well tank as fewer pump cycles will extend pump life and save money on electricity; tank stores a buffer of water in case of power outage
  • Rated to 200°F and 200 psi
  • Thick diaphragm keeps water separate from pre-charged air and helps to reduce air loss
  • Molded diaphragm offers an ideal fit, sits on top of the water and will not fold, crease or drag against the steel shell
  • 119 Gal. of total volume; plain or galvanized tank equivalent of 315 Gal.
  • Pre-charged to 38 psig; 100 psig maximum working pressure
  • Maintains air charge for years to provide easy upkeep
  • 2-part water-based paint system sprayed over a durable 2-part epoxy primer provides corrosion resistance and safe paint covering
  • 1-1/4 in. NPTF system connection uses malleable iron for dependability
  • Well tanks are not be used in Reverse Osmosis systems
  • Well tanks are not be used for water expansion in thermal (water heater) or hydronic (boiler/solar) systems
  • Accessories shown in alternate image sold separately

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the base support ring welded to the shell, or does this come in two pieces?

Asked by: Zip99
All one piece
Answered by: Mitch
Date published: 2017-03-26

Can u plumb a new 119 gal. To an existing 20 gal. And use both. To make it a 139 gal or just remove the old one

Asked by: julie
Yes. You will want to check the 20 gal tank to make sure it is pumped up and operating correctly as well.
Answered by: RenoAndAddonAtOnce
Date published: 2017-03-26

Can I put 2 tanks on 1 well

Asked by: Sam
Yes. Adding more tanks will put significantly less strain on the well pump, allowing it to run longer and less frequently
Answered by: lj
Date published: 2017-03-26

1" or 1 1/4" Tank Cross T?

The installation manual says 10"Lx1" NPTM but specs online say pipe size is 1 1/4" Which is it?
Asked by: GreyBeard
It's a 1 1/4 also get a 13" cross not the 10" recommended in the booklwt
Answered by: mike
Date published: 2017-03-26
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Customer Reviews

119 Gal. Pressurized Well Tank is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ordered tank ship to store picked up in 8 days. Real big tank also very heavy. need to make sure ... Ordered tank ship to store picked up in 8 days. Real big tank also very heavy. need to make sure you have the room. I purchased this tank because my new well pump was short cycling cut in cut out 35 seconds already have a 20 gal pressure tank.. installed October 23 2016.easy install by myself, added it to all the other tanks and cut in cut out is 3 1/2 minutes. My water filter can back wash and the pump comes on once!!! I don't know if Ill recoup the money in electricity in its lifetime, but hopefully it will help pump last.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I got the Water Worker well tank installed recently. I first had to get the old galvanized tank ... I got the Water Worker well tank installed recently. I first had to get the old galvanized tank ready to take out. The new tank supplies water to our greenhouses so the change had to be done near the end of the day and the new tank had to be ready to use by morning. The new Water Worker tank was easy for me to handle and the change-over went very smoothly. Out pressure in the greenhouses seems better. It's nice not to have to add air to maintain pressure.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long wait, final success Only problem I had was waiting a week for Estes to deliver to store, tank was perfect for my well.My plumber recommend this size, said the large capacity would cause my pump to run less
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from replaced smaller tank replaced smaller tank
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reduced pressure fluctuations I replaced an aging 58 gallon tank with this 119 gallon tank and immediately noticed reduced pressure fluctuation, fewer pump cycles and as a result, vastly improved and consistent water pressure. No more droopy showers; just steady pressure regardless of the number of faucets being used. Installation took less than a half an hour. And because the pump cycles less, the life of the pump will be extended. Just an added bonus.
Date published: 2014-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased! The bladder had burst in our old smaller tank, so after some research, I decided to go with a bigger tank as a replacement. Found this tank online at Home Depot. Ordered it and had it shipped to store. I think it was ready to pickup within a week. First day I was off work after getting it home I took a picture of the needed items listed on the side of the box and went to Home Depot and got all the items except for the 16" tee. I could only find it at a plumbing supply store locally or online. Next day removed the old tank and replaced with new one following the instructions with the new tank. Took about 3 or 4 hours total. Couldn't be happier. New tank works great. Pump doesn't have to come on nearly as often and water pressure throughout the house is better than before. I can't think of one bad thing to say about the overall experience. I would definitely recommend this tank to anyone.
Date published: 2015-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, tank works fine It's only been about 2 months since I installed the new tank. Much less on/off of pump as with the old 119 gallon galvanized tank. Will it last 40 years like the galvanized tank? I have some doubts about that. This review should be done in 5 or 10 years.
Date published: 2013-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality and capacity. Easy to install. Replaced old leaking well tank with a new 119 Water Worker pressure tank. The tank is working very good and contains enough reserve water so that the well pump only comes on occasionally. That will extend it's life. Making the single "T" pipe connection to the tank was easy. I did take time to replace the old back flow preventer, pressure switch, pressure gauge, emergency relief valve and pipe parts and unions while I had the water shut down. That should reduce problems and extend the life of the system considerably. The tank stands on two cinderblocks to raise the plumbing up from the floor and to make future maintenance access easier. I was able to get all of the parts at Home Depot and the people in the plumbing department were very helpful with finding the correct pieces. The tank did arrive covered in rather severe scratches that went down to the metal but there were no dents or leaks. I will use primer and touch up paint to seal the bare metal of the tank. The original well tank was outside exposed to the elements and freezing during the winter. My next project is to build a well house to close in the system before the cold weather sets in.
Date published: 2013-07-22
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