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Water Bladder Tank Basics
Water bladder tanks are tanks which contain a rubber bladder, tpu water bladder, pvc water bladder etc., which is filled with either water or fuel. The majority of water bladder tanks have water-filled bladders. When a water faucet is turned on, the water is piped in from the water tank. As the water pressure and air pressure get low, the contacts on the pressure switch click together. The pressure switch sends an electrical current to the water pump which causes the water pump to kick on and pipe water back into the water bladder tank. The time it takes for the pressure switch to click on depends upon the size of the water bladder tank. The larger the water bladder tank is, the longer it will be before the pressure switch starts to deliver electrical current to the water pump.
How the Water Bladder Tank Gets Refilled?
While the pressure switch is activated, the water pump, which is generally located near the tank or inside the well itself, pulls water from under the ground and pumps the water back into the water tank's bladder. As the bladder is filled, the water pressure and air pressure rise back to their normal levels. After the water pressure and air pressure are back to normal, the contacts within the pressure switch are pulled away from each other. Once the pressure switch stops supplying power to the pump, the water pump stops pumping water into the tank. This process begins again each time water is used within the home or in the yard.
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