Feb
04

Question: How do I know if I have a ruptured bladder in my storage tank?

By h2osplashwaterfilters

RUPTURED AIR BLADDER IN TANK:

Reverse Osmosis tank bladders do fail, requiring replacement of the tank. If the bladder in the storage tank starts to leak air, and water enters the air side of the bladder, the tank will have to be replaced. As described above, open the faucet and drain all of the water from the tank. When you pick the tank up, if the tank feels heavy as if it is full even though you can’t get water out of the faucet, the bladder is ruptured. The air stem may show signs of dampness from the water that passed to the air side of the bladder. We offer Replacement RO Tanks.

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