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    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 116300 (Replaces 116493) Pressurized Expansion Tank

    Xylem-Bell & Gossett

    MSRP: $3,267.00
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    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 116300 (Replaces 116493) Pressurized Expansion Tank 25 Gallon Tank 20.2 Acceptance D-40, Carbon Steel Shell Heavy Duty Butyl Rubber Bladder 125 Psi Max Pressure, 240 Degree Temperature This is the Direct Replacement for...
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    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 1BN318LF Expansion Tank 4.4 Gallon (Model PT-12)

    Xylem-Bell & Gossett

    MSRP: $153.45
    Now: $116.25
    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 1BN318LF Expansion Tank 4.4 Gallon 4.4 Gallon Tank Volume 150 PSI Max Working Pressure 200F Max Operating Temperature Non-ASME Construction Lead Free Potable Hot Water Diaphragm Factory Precharged to 38 PSI Model...
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    Copeland 977-0431-03 (Replaces 577-0431-03) Liquid Receiver Tank Assembly

    Copeland

    MSRP: $226.59
    Now: $171.66
    Copeland 977-0431-03 (Replaces 577-0431-03) Liquid Receiver Tank Assembly This is the Direct Replacement for 577-0431-03 FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Always Brand-New Genuine Parts In stock parts ship Same Business Day when...
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    Copeland 977-0475-03 (Replaces 577-0475-03) RECEIVER

    Copeland

    MSRP: $262.45
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    Copeland 977-0475-03 (Replaces 577-0475-03) RECEIVER This is the Direct Replacement for 577-0475-03 FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Always Brand-New Genuine Parts In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM...
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    Copeland 577-0420-05 TANK-LIQUID REC. ASSM.

    Copeland

    MSRP: $564.05
    Now: $427.31
    Copeland Compressor 577-0420-05 TANK-LIQUID REC. ASSM.  FurnacePartSource.com Commitment  Always Brand-New Genuine Parts  In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM ET  No Minimum Order Requirements unless...
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    Copeland 577-0415-04 LIQUID RECEIVER TANK ASSEMBLY

    Copeland

    MSRP: $336.19
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    Copeland Compressor 577-0415-04 LIQUID RECEIVER TANK ASSEMBLY  FurnacePartSource.com Commitment  Always Brand-New Genuine Parts  In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM ET  No Minimum Order Requirements...
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    Copeland 577-0435-03 LIQUID RECEIVER TANK ASSY

    Copeland

    MSRP: $261.48
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    Copeland 577-0435-03 LIQUID RECEIVER TANK ASSY    FurnacePartSource.com Commitment  Always Brand-New Genuine Parts  In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM ET  No Minimum Order Requirements unless...
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    Copeland 577-0421-01 Suction Accumulator

    Copeland

    MSRP: $457.94
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    Copeland Compressor 577-0421-01 Suction Accumulator FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Always Brand-New Genuine Parts In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM ET No Minimum Order Requirements unless noted above
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    Copeland 577-0056-06 LIQUID REC TANK

    Copeland

    MSRP: $455.30
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    Copeland 577-0056-06 LIQUID REC TANK   FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Always Brand-New Genuine Parts In stock parts ship Same Business Day when ordered by 5PM ET No Minimum Order Requirements unless noted above
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    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 1BN322LF Expansion Tank (Model PT-60V)

    Xylem-Bell & Gossett

    MSRP: $581.63
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    Xylem-Bell & Gossett 1BN322LF Expansion Tank 34.0 Gallon Tank Volume 100 PSI Max Working Pressure 200F Max Operating Temperature Non-ASME Construction Lead Free Potable Hot Water Diaphragm Precharged to 38 PSI Model...
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    Honeywell TAXV-060 1/2"33.6 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank

    Honeywell

    MSRP: $2,556.71
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    Honeywell TAXV-060 1/2"33.6 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank   FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Item Typically Ships Within the Same Business Day Brand-New Genuine Parts - Everytime No Minimum Order Requirements    
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    Honeywell TAXV-040 1/2"21.7 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank

    Honeywell

    MSRP: $2,001.25
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    Honeywell TAXV-040 1/2"21.7 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank   FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Item Typically Ships Within the Same Business Day Brand-New Genuine Parts - Everytime No Minimum Order Requirements    
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    Honeywell TAXV-080 1/2"44.4 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank

    Honeywell

    MSRP: $3,392.86
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    Honeywell TAXV-080 1/2"44.4 Gallon, Vertical Thermal Expansion Tank   FurnacePartSource.com Commitment Item Typically Ships Within the Same Business Day Brand-New Genuine Parts - Everytime No Minimum Order Requirements    
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HVAC tanks play a pivotal role in managing the dynamics of heating and cooling systems, dealing with expansion force, maintaining pressure, and preventing damage. At the core of their functionality, HVAC tanks accommodate the expansion of water or refrigerant as it heats up, thereby preventing pressure overload and potential damage to the system. The types of HVAC tanks vary, each suited to different system requirements and applications, including expansion tanks, buffer tanks, and condensate tanks, among others.

Types of HVAC Tanks

Expansion Tanks

Expansion tanks are critical in HVAC systems, especially in closed water heating and cooling systems. They absorb the excess pressure produced by the thermal expansion of water, which otherwise could lead to system failure. Understanding the types of expansion tanks available and their specific uses can help you select the right one for your system.

Compression Expansion Tanks

The traditional model in HVAC applications, compression expansion tanks, manage the increased volume of water or refrigerant by utilizing an air cushion that compresses to accommodate expansion. These tanks are essential in systems where maintaining a specific pressure range is crucial for operational efficiency. Their design allows them to handle varying degrees of pressure without compromising the system's integrity. Commonly found in older or more traditional systems, their applications extend to both residential and commercial installations where robustness and reliability are paramount.

Bladder Expansion Tanks

Bladder expansion tanks are a more modern solution, where a bladder (a flexible, balloon-like membrane) separates the air cushion from the liquid. This design prevents direct contact between the air and the liquid, thus eliminating the risk of excessive corrosion and degradation of the air cushion. These tanks come in both American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) certified and non-ASME options, catering to different regulatory and safety requirements. They are particularly useful in systems where chemical stability and hygiene are important.

Diaphragm Expansion Tanks

Similar to bladder tanks, diaphragm expansion tanks also feature a membrane, but in this case, it's a fixed diaphragm rather than a free-moving bladder. This diaphragm divides the tank into two chambers—one for fluid and one for air. The rigid separation helps maintain system efficiency and prevents the air from being absorbed into the water circuit, which can reduce system performance. Diaphragm tanks are widely used due to their efficiency and the effective separation they provide, which greatly enhances the lifespan and functionality of HVAC systems.

In this section, we have explored the main types of expansion tanks used in HVAC systems, each designed to handle the expansion force differently and tailored to meet specific system needs. Choosing the right type of expansion tank involves understanding these differences and how they can impact the efficiency and operation of your HVAC system.

Features and Benefits of HVAC Tanks

HVAC tanks, with their varied designs and functions, bring a host of benefits to the systems they integrate with. Understanding these features and how they contribute to your HVAC system's effectiveness can help you optimize its performance and durability.

Pressure Control

One of the primary benefits of HVAC tanks is their ability to manage and control system pressure. As fluids within the HVAC system heat up and expand, the pressure within the system can reach potentially damaging levels. Expansion tanks counteract this by absorbing the increased volume and maintaining pressure within safe operational limits. This pressure control is crucial not only for the safety and prevention of mechanical failures but also for ensuring consistent system performance across varying operating conditions.

Corrosion Prevention

Corrosion is a major concern in HVAC systems as it can lead to leaks, reduced efficiency, and eventual system failure. HVAC tanks are designed to combat this issue effectively. Tanks like bladder and diaphragm expansion tanks prevent excessive corrosion by isolating the air from the system’s fluids. This separation helps maintain the integrity of the air cushion and prevents the acidic conditions that can lead to internal system corrosion. Ensuring that your system has a reliable HVAC tank can significantly extend its lifespan and reduce maintenance costs over time.

System Efficiency

Efficient operation is key to any HVAC system, not only for cost management but also for environmental impact. HVAC tanks contribute to this efficiency by stabilizing temperatures and pressures within the system, which minimizes the workload on boilers, chillers, and other system components. This stabilization means that the system does not have to work as hard to maintain optimal conditions, thereby reducing energy consumption and increasing the overall efficiency of the system. Additionally, by smoothing out operational cycles, HVAC tanks reduce the risk of wear and tear, further enhancing system performance and energy usage.

Each of these features—pressure control, corrosion prevention, and system efficiency—plays a vital role in the overall effectiveness and durability of HVAC systems. By integrating a well-chosen HVAC tank, you can not only ensure smoother operations but also contribute to longer service intervals and reduced operational costs. These benefits make HVAC tanks an indispensable part of modern heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems.

Applications of HVAC Tanks

HVAC tanks find applications across various environments, each benefiting from their ability to regulate system pressure, prevent corrosion, and enhance efficiency. Here, we will explore how these tanks are used in different settings, highlighting their versatility and necessity.

Residential HVAC Systems

In residential settings, HVAC tanks play a crucial role in ensuring the comfort and safety of occupants. Homes with hydronic heating systems, for instance, use expansion tanks to manage the thermal expansion of water as it heats and cools, preventing pressure spikes that could damage piping and appliances. These tanks help maintain a consistent heating experience, reducing the strain on boilers and minimizing energy costs. Additionally, the use of corrosion-resistant tanks in residential systems can prolong the lifespan of the system, ensuring it remains efficient and reliable for many years.

Commercial HVAC Systems

Commercial buildings, with their larger and more complex HVAC systems, require robust tank solutions that can handle higher capacities and more demanding operational conditions. In these environments, HVAC tanks are essential for maintaining air quality and comfort across extensive networks of pipes and ductwork. The tanks also play a vital role in energy management, helping to reduce the operational costs associated with heating and cooling large spaces. Furthermore, in systems where uptime is critical, such as in hospitals or data centers, the reliability provided by these tanks ensures that HVAC systems operate continuously without failure.

Industrial HVAC Systems

Industrial settings pose unique challenges for HVAC systems due to the sheer scale and complexity of operations. HVAC tanks in industrial applications are often designed to meet specific needs, such as handling extreme temperatures or corrosive chemicals. These tanks ensure that despite the harsh conditions, the system maintains pressure and temperature control, enhancing safety and operational stability. Industrial HVAC tanks also contribute to process efficiency by optimizing energy use and reducing wear and tear on system components, thereby supporting continuous, uninterrupted industrial operations.

The use of HVAC tanks across these varied applications demonstrates their fundamental role in enhancing HVAC system performance, ensuring durability, and supporting energy efficiency in any setting. Whether in a small home or a large industrial facility, the right HVAC tank is key to maintaining a stable, efficient, and safe environment.