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2 gal. Thermal Expansion Tank

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  • Designed for use with residential closed water systems
  • Butyl diaphragm system absorbs the expansion of water volume
  • Features a protective coating to resist corrosion
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About This Product

Built with heavy-duty butyl diaphragm system to absorb the expansion of water volume and help prevent dangerous pressure build-up. This Everbilt Expansion Tank will absorb pressure increases when properly installed on your closed water system. Most local codes now require an Expansion Tank on residential closed water systems. Water pressure over 80 psi can shorten the life of your water system and appliances.

Highlights

  • Stainless steel 3/4 in. MIP with hex
  • Factory pre-charged at 40 psi
  • cUPC certified/ NSF 61 compliant
  • High quality coating prevents corrosion
  • 16-Gauge cold rolled steel shell
  • Brass air charging port with O-ring seal
  • Maximum pressure of 150 psi
  • Maximum temperature rating of 200 degree F
  • Provides a reservoir for expanded water volume
  • Protects water heater, fixtures and appliances
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Product Information

Internet # 304207414

Model # EF-TET-2T

Store SKU # 1003064927

Specifications

Dimensions: H 12.5 in, W 8 in, D 8 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

8 in

Product Height (in.)

12.5 in

Product Width (in.)

8 in

Details

Application

Water Heater

Compatible Brand/Model

Watts DET-5 Eastman 60022

Finish Family

Beige/Bisque

Material

16 gauge cold rolled steel

Nominal Tank Capacity (gallons)

2 gal

Pack Size

1

Product Weight (lb.)

5 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

5 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

134Questions
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Q:Does this require a Thermal Expansion relief valve ?
by|Apr 12, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  No need. Installing either a TERV or Thermal Expansion Tank will be sufficient as they provide the same function. Both products absorb the excess pressure in the plumbing system created by thermal expansion.

by|Apr 18, 2024
    caret
    Q:Does it come pressurized?
    by|Apr 10, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  Yes at 40psi

    by|Apr 10, 2024
      caret
      Q:Do I need a 2-gallon expansion tank between a 6-gallon electric water heater and a check valve?
      by|Apr 5, 2024
      1 Answer
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      A:  NO JUST RUN SOME HOT WATER "REMOVE" WHEN YOU FIRST TURN ON WATER HEATER FOR THE FIRST TIME SO YOU DON'T POP THE RELIF VALVE. DURING 1st START UP " WHEN THE WATER IS EXPANDING" AFTER IT'S HOT YOU WILL BE GOOD TO GO.

      by|Apr 9, 2024
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        Q:Is the Shrader valve (for adding air) replaceable? What size and type?
        by|Mar 18, 2024
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        Customer Reviews

        4.7 out of 5

        • 4.7 out of 862 reviews
        • 91% recommend this product
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        Newly installed but seems sturdy.
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        This was perfect for our application. Always get bigger if unsure what size you need. Most houses have a 2 gal. Find it turn water off, unscrew it or wrench it off and screw new one with thread locker on threads. Turn water back on
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        This review is from 4.5 gal. Thermal Expansion Tank
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        Lasted less than 2 years.
        The bladder busted at some point and corroded the inside. I installed according to manufacturer instructions and set the PSI to 55, which is same PSI from my pressure regulator. I checked the psi a couple times per year. The water that came out from this thing was absolutely disgusting.
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          1 found this review helpful
          This expansion tank was easy to install, and easy to adjust air charge, as expected.
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          • Verified Purchase
          The expansion tank instructions were well written and made the...
          The expansion tank instructions were well written and made the installation go smoothly. The tank appears to be doing its job with no issues. Very pleased so far!
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          • Verified Purchase
          Right one bought
          According to the inspector and plumber, this was the correct expansion tank for my water heater.
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          • Recommended
          2 found this review helpful
          Tank needs to be supported per building codes.
          Home Depot did not have an expansion tank holder for sale so I had to make my own support from left over shelving from another project. Stainless steel hose clamp and old bike tubs to protect paint in tank. 4 hours of effort including stop valve.
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            1 found this review helpful
            Expansión tank for an Electric 40 gallon Rheem
            Replaced my Oil water heater for an Electric Rheem water heater installed myself an expansion tank to help my 40 gallon tank even tho,I already have a vacuum breaker valve. So far love my expansion tank.
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              • Recommended
              Working great!
              I just installed it and have been testing it thru my pressure gauge, it’s keeping it exactly where it’s supposed. I’m very happy with this. Tank appears to be of great quality. Thanks to HD for carrying good assortment of expansion tanks.
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