BLADDER HYDROPNEUMTIC TANKS
Bladder hydropneumatic accumulators have a fixed air/ nitrogen charge.
The water inlet shall cause a decrease in the initial volume of captive air/nitrogen in the reservoir and consequently an increase in the pressure inside the reservoir.
Energy stored through captive air/nitrogen will propel water contained inside the bladder to consumption points. As water flows and the bladder empties, the air/nitrogen pressure shall be reduced to the minimum pressure set, moment when the water supply current from the pumping group to the hydropneumatic accumulator shall be restored again.
A typicall instalation could be the following:
- Submersible pump
- Anchor flange
- Electrical panel
- Disconnector of the line
- Probes of minimum level
- Non return valve
- Regulating valve
- Pressure switch
- Pressure accumulator AMR-Plus
Hs Static level Hd Dynamic level P Depth of the well