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· Internal Bladder
· Smoother and More Even Flow
· Quieter Water System
· Better Temperature Control
· Longer Pump Life
· Lower Battery Drain
· Simply Fitted to New or Existing Systems
· Compact Size
· Snap-in Port Fittings include both:
1/2" Barbed Hose Fittings and
1/2" Threaded Hose Fittings
1/2" Threaded hose fittings included
Tank: Hygienic, Light, Compact,
Impact and Pressure Resistant
Capacity: 1 liter (33 fl oz)
Pressure: Up to 125 psi (8.6 bar)
Pressure: 10 psi (0.7 bar) ow
Air Valve: Standard Tire Valve Sin
Weight: 1.6 lb (0.7 kg)
Dimensions: 13-1/4" (337 mm) x 4-3/4" (119 mm) ter a ter
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This Accumulator Tank is intended for installation in any
pumped water system controlled by a pressure switch. For kF
example, PAR-MATE 2.5 or any Jabsco pressure pumps Tank
as found in boats, RV's, motor caravans, coaches and gar
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The Accumulator Tank smooths water flow and reduces
on/off cycling of the pump by lessening the variation in
pressure and flow between the pump and the outlets in PAR-MAX
The even flow of water gives better control of hot water
temperature especially noticeable with instantaneous gas
water heaters and with showers.
The reduced on/off cycling reduces noise from the pump
motor, and from shock pressures (pipe hammer). It also
reduces battery drain, and gives longer pump life.
PRECHARGE PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT HOW THE PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR WORKS
PRE-PRESSURIZED BLADDER AIR VALVE
The 30573-0000 tank is precharged at 10 psi (0.7 bar). If your AIR CUSHION
pump cut-in pressure is significantly different, you may custom
tune the tank to best fit your particular installation. To increase air psi
pressure in tank, shut pump off, open a faucet to relieve system 10 psi 30 psi
pressure and adjust precharge pressure using ordinary tire gauge 0-10 40-75 30
and tire pump at valve in end of tank. Pressure should be checked
from time to time. To check tank pressure: turn off power to water
pump, open a faucet to relieve pressure. Check tank pressure,
adjust if necessary. Close faucet and turn on power to pump. A. B. C.
For best results, do not pressurize tank above 10 psi (0.7 bar).
A. Factory installed precharged air cushion.
B. When pump starts, water enters the reservoir. At maxi
SAFETY RELIEF VALVE RECOMMENDED mum pressure, system is filled. Pump shuts off.
C. When water is demanded, pressure in the air chamber
It is recommended that a relief valve with a setting of no more than
125 psi be installed. Often a relief valve is already installed at the
forces water into the system. Pump stays off until
water heater. Check its setting. This will protect the system in minimum pressure is reached. Then pump turns on.
case the pressure switch fails. Do not overpressure tank. Pressures over
125 psi (8.6 bar) may rupture tank and cause personal injury.
1/2" Barb - 30654-1000
1/2" Thread - 30649-1000
(For QEST * Type Fittings)
CLI CLI * QEST is a trade mark of U.S. Brass
BARB FITTING FOR
1/2" I.D. HOSE 5/16" DIA. THRU
2 PLC'S 2 PLC'S
5-5/8" 4-3/4" 4"
(143mm) (119mm) (102mm)
THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN
ARE SUBJECT TO THE JABSCO ONE YEAR LIM-
ITED WARRANTY, WHICH IS AVAILABLE
FOR YOUR INSPECTION UPON REQUEST.
U.S.A. UNITED KINGDOM CANADA JAPAN GERMANY
Jabsco Jabsco Fluid Products Canada NHK Jabsco Company Ltd. Jabsco GmbH
1485 Dale Way, P.O. Box 2158 Bingley Road, Hoddesdon 55 Royal Road 3-21-10, Shin-Yokohama Oststrasse 28
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-2158 Hertfordshire EN11 OBU Guelph, Ontario N1H 1T1 Kohoku-Ku, Yokohama, 222 22844 Norderstedt
Tel: (714) 545-8251 Tel: +44 (0) 1992 450145 Tel: (519) 821-1900 Tel: 045-4758906 Tel: +49-40-53 53 73 -0
Fax: (714) 957-0609 Fax: +44 (0) 1992 467132 Fax: (519) 821-2569 Fax: 045-475-8908 Fax: +49-40-53 53 73 -11
© Copyright 1999, ITT Industries Printed in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved Form: 43000-0584 Rev. 08/1999
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