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Designed, constructed, and tested per ASME section VIII, Division 1 standards.

Expansion Tanks

The proper application of both the pressurization (EXTROL Expansion Tanks) and air elimination (AMTROL Tangential Air Separator) devices will solve your “System Air” problems. These key components are necessary in the design and construction of closed circulation systems.

AX Series Extrol ( Horizontal & Vertical Models)

  • Proven Diaphram design since 1954
  • Designed and constructed per ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Standards
  •  Horizontal models are available with optional saddles
  • Factory pre-charged to 12 psig (0.83 bar)
  • Available working pressure : 125psig (8.6 bar) and 150 psig (10 bar)
  • Maximum operating temperature is 240 deg F (115 deg C)

L Series Extrol

  • Replaceable bladder design
  • Designed and constructed per ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Standards
  •  Free-standing on integral floor stands
  • Easily installed
  • Factory pre-charged to 12 psig (0.83 bar)
  • Available working pressure : 125psig (8.6 bar) , 150 psig (10 bar), 175psig (12 bar) and 250 psig (17bar)
  • Maximum operating temperature is 240 deg F (115 deg C)
  • Maximum operating temperature is 240 deg F (115 deg C)

 LBC Series Extrol

The LBC bottom connection bladder series incorporates a partial acceptance replaceable bladder made of a heavy duty butyl material. The seamless bladder construction and contoured bladder design ensures repeatable and predictable long-life expectancy.

  • Designed and constructed per ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Standards
  • Replaceable bladder design
  • Factory pre-charged to 12 psig (0.83 bar)
  • Available working pressure : 125psig (8.6 bar) and 150 psig (10 bar)
  • Maximum operating temperature is 240 deg F (115 deg C)
  • broad range of sizes from 10gal. (35lit to 158 gal. (600Lit.)
  • Available with optional seismic restraints and site glass.

Tangential Air Separators

The AMTROL line of tangential air separators are ASME vessels designed with tangential openings to create a low velocity vortex where entrained air is separated and removed from circulating water or anti-freeze in a closed system. In addition, these tangential air separators can be supplied with a stainless steel strainer to collect unwanted system debris.

AMTROL tangential air separators are ideally suited to help eliminate problems often associated with trapped system air such as blocked terminal units, inefficient pump operation and performance, and costly corrosion and fouling of equipment.

Material Construction

  • Steel – ANSI 150# flange construction
  • All Steel body Construction
  • Stainless steel strainer

Features

  • Designed and constructed per ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Standards
  • 1 to 24 inch standards
  • Tangential design with low velocity vortex action
  • Flanged or grooved pipe connectors
  • Removable, stainless steel strainer available
  • Blow down connection to enable cleaning of unit and strainer
  • NPT vent connection
  • Maximum working pressure : 125psig (8.6 bar) and 150 psig (10 bar)
  • Maximum operating temperature is 350 deg F (177 deg C)

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