We manufacture hot water storage tanks in accordance to the latest ASME Section VIII Div. 1 Code. Vessels are “U” stamped and registered with the authority having jurisdiction or with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.
Interior Corrosion Resistance Liner – A minimum of 20mm of an aluminous cement suitable for the maximum temperature expected along with the pH of the water is the prerequisite for clean corrosion resistant liner. When future temperature of pH of the water is unknown the selection of Prekrete G-8 (suitalbe for super soft water @ 180° F) will insure a trouble free liner. Interior Corrosion Protection – is obtained by the factory installation of screw in (replaceable) magnesium anodes. Heat Exchanger – Must be installed in an oversized heater nozzle (of same material construction as vessel) to allow for a minimum of 20mm cement liner (Prekrete G-8). The heat exchanger shall be dielectrically isolated from the vessel and manufactured from copper tubes, brass tube sheet with cast iron head. Vessel Connections – Are the same material as the vessel to prevent dissimilar metals and in the case of either screwed couplings or flanged nozzles must be dielectrically isolated from all piping or attachments at installation. Supports – In the case of saddles, legs or skirts dielectric isolation is required from building floor or structure. Certifications of Quality – Each hot water tank is built and labelled to the latest ASME requirements and carries a “U” stamp to certify quality. External Finish – shop applied high quality zinc rich primer, no further painting is required as most vessels are insulated after installation. Inspection port and Access – Placed in such a manner as to allow easy access for internal inspection of bothe the cement liner and the magnesium anodes. Lifting Lugs – To allow the installation and placement of each tank to minimize any damage.
Install in accordance with the authority having jurisdiction.
Carbon and stainless steel.