Model # ERTG120-A

Internet #206780934

Water Worker Epoxy Coated 120 Gal. Vertical Retention/Well Tank
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Water Worker Discontinued

Epoxy Coated 120 Gal. Vertical Retention/Well Tank

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Product Overview

Epoxy coated tanks are constructed of high-grade steel with automatically welded seams for strength. Outlet A (bottom) is 1-1/4 in. FNPT, outlet B (middle) is 1-1/4 in. FNPT, and Outlet C (top) is 1 in. FNPT. Two catalyzed Epoxy coatings are applied to the tank interior and cured in high-temperature ovens for corrosion resistance and long life. Tank exteriors have a high-gloss application finish that resists sunlight and harsh conditions. Tank contains neither a diaphragm nor a bladder. It is not pre-charged.
  • Heavy gauge steel construction
  • Epoxy coating complies with FDA
  • Max working pressure: 75 psig
  • 3 year limited warranty
  • Perfect for pump tank applications
  • Multiple tapings are provided to fit any installation
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: ERTG120-A
Internet #: 206780934

Epoxy coated tanks are constructed of high-grade steel with automatically welded seams for strength. Outlet A (bottom) is 1-1/4 in. FNPT, outlet B (middle) is 1-1/4 in. FNPT, and Outlet C (top) is 1 in. FNPT. Two catalyzed Epoxy coatings are applied to the tank interior and cured in high-temperature ovens for corrosion resistance and long life. Tank exteriors have a high-gloss application finish that resists sunlight and harsh conditions. Tank contains neither a diaphragm nor a bladder. It is not pre-charged.

  • Heavy gauge steel construction
  • Epoxy coating complies with FDA
  • Max working pressure: 75 psig
  • 3 year limited warranty
  • Perfect for pump tank applications
  • Multiple tapings are provided to fit any installation
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Equivalent Capacity (gallons)
120
Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Diameter (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
64.5
Product Width (in.)
24

Details

Air Volume Control
No
Corrosion Resistant
Yes
Maximum inlet pressure (psi)
75
Mounting Bracket Included
No
Orientation
Vertical
Pipe Size
1 1/4 in.
Pre-Charged
No
Pressure Relief Valve
No
Product Weight (lb.)
142lb
Pump Hookup Included
No
Returnable
90-Day
Tank Material
Steel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Equivalent Capacity (gallons)
120
Product Depth (in.)
24
Product Diameter (in.)
24
Product Height (in.)
64.5
Product Width (in.)
24

Details

Air Volume Control
No
Corrosion Resistant
Yes
Maximum inlet pressure (psi)
75
Mounting Bracket Included
No
Orientation
Vertical
Pipe Size
1 1/4 in.
Pre-Charged
No
Pressure Relief Valve
No
Product Weight (lb.)
142lb
Pump Hookup Included
No
Returnable
90-Day
Tank Material
Steel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 year limited

Questions & Answers

Is this the same thing as a pressure tank for a sumersable pump on a well

Asked by: Gringo
This is the type of tank that I prefer for my well. You will need some way to maintain the appropriate air content since it does not have a bladder or diaphragm. It will also not have a burst/broken bladder or diaphragm.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2018-05-21

Our house is hooked up to city water. If I use this for a water storage tank for emergencies, do I need to use dielectric connections at the tank?

Asked by: Dit
The need for dielectric connections at the tank is not related to its use. But, rather you must use dielectric connections if your home has copper plumbing. The dielectric connections electrically isolate the steel of the tank from your copper plumbing. This is necessary to protect the steel from corrosion.
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2016-08-23

Is the 120 gallons water or total volume of tank? If total volume, what is the actual water volume?

Asked by: Mike
Since this is not a bladder or diaphragm tank the actual volume of the tank is 120. The amount of water in the tank will be dependent on the pressure.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2018-04-26

How many inlets/outlets does it have? I see 3 in the photo, does it have more?

How many inlet/outlets does it have?
Asked by: Grassy
The lower bung is the inlet. The next highest is the outlet. The one above that is for the air regulator valve. There is another on the top. Not sure what it is for.
Answered by: Topbuilder
Date published: 2016-06-20
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