Pressure tanks store pressurized water that can be distributed to different areas. The tanks operate by using drops in pressure below a certain point to activate the pumps which replenish the water and raise the pressure. Pressure tanks help to elongate your pump’s lifespan because they allow them to run when they are needed verses staying on continuously.

The performance-proven Pro-Source Pressurised Water System Steel tanks are best used for water systems applications that require pressurized tanks.


  • Elongated, seamless water cell: prevents the most common cause of pump failure – “waterlogging”
  • Water never touches the steel tank material
  • Nitrogen-rich precharge – decreases air permeation three to four times over straight air precharge
  • Sturdy base – engineered thermoplastic base, with large opening for easy access and ventilation.


  • 6 gallon (22LIT) Vertical – Top Mounted (blue)
  • 19 gallon (72LIT) Vertical – (blue) Tall
  • 19 gallon (72LIT) Vertical – (blue) Short
  • 35 gallon (132LIT) Vertical – (blue)
  • 50 gallon (190LIT) Vertical – (blue)
  • 85 gallon (322LIT) Vertical – (blue)
  • 119 gallon (450LIT) Vertical – (blue)



FA Questions:

How much air pressure should my pressure tank have?

This depends on which pressure switch you have. If you have a 40/60 switch, the air pressure in the tank should be set to 38 PSI. The general rule is to set the pressure at 2 PSI below the cut-in pressure (the pressure at which the pump turns on).

To set this accurately, your well pump must be turned off and all water needs to be drained from the tank.

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