Well Tank Services

Well Tank Installation and Repair

There are various designs of well tanks, but the basic principle is quite simple: there is pressurized air on the top of the tank and a reservoir of water on the bottom. As the water pump fills the reservoir with water, it compresses the air on the top. When the pressure gets to around 50psi, a switch turns the pump off. Then, as the water is used, the compressed air pushes the water out of the tank. When the pressure drops to around 30psi, the pump switches back on and the cycle repeats itself. When a well tank is water-logged, then the tank is not holding pressure and the well pump will need to turn on almost every time you open a faucet. This causes the well pump to have to work harder.

Poor water pressure? Undersized well tank? Clicking noises? 

A failing well tank will short cycle and strain the well pump, often resulting in premature pump failure.

Watch this video clip and notice the clicking noise. If your well tank looks and sounds like this one, it is probably water-logged and needs to be replaced.

An undersized well tank will not deliver optimum water pressure. Upgrade to a larger sized well tank and our premium fitting package to receive enhanced water pressure.

Pump Pro® Well Tank

Hydro-Pure now offers a full line of Pump Pro® pressure tanks, ranging in size from 20 to 116 gallons. Pump Pro® tanks feature a pure butyl rubber diaphragm, which is strong and flexible for smooth operation and long life. Pump Pro® tanks are equipped with a built-in, corrosion resistant base and a stainless steel water connection. The positive lock diaphragm seal insures permanent separation of air and water. A high gloss exterior finish coats and protects the tank. Pump Pro® stands behind every well tank with a five-year warranty.

Pump Pro Well Tank

  • PSI Working Pressure
  • 100% 304 Stainless Steel Waterway Connection
  • Non-Corrosive, Sturdy Base
  • ULTRA-UV Powder Coating Rated to Automotive Standards
  • Virgin Polypropylene
  • Positive-Lock Diaphragm Seal
  • Inner Retention Domes
  • Pure Butyl Rubber Diaphragm (FDA approved)
  • Certified to NSF/ANSI 61

Well-Rite Well Tank

Hydro-Pure is pleased to offer a full line of Well-Rite pressure tanks, manufactured by Flexcon right here in New England, ranging in size from 20 to 119 gallons. Well-Rite tanks feature a controlled action diaphragm to maximize drawdown and reduce abrasion; and are now equipped with an antimicrobial liner on the lower half of the water chamber to provide the purest water possible. Well-Rite is the industry’s “ultimate steel well tank” for unmatched performance, quality, and superior air and water separation. Flexcon stands behind every Well-Rite tank with a five-year warranty.

Well-Rite Well Tank

  • Premium Steel Tank
  • Welded, Stainless Steel Water Connection
  • Stainless Steel Elbow
  • High Quality Urethane Finish
  • Controlled Action Diaphragm (CAD)
  • Condensation Reducing Design
  • Stainless Steel Port Diffuser
  • High Quality Brass Air Stem
  • ANSI/NSF Standard 61 Approved
  • Size: Varies with capacity
  • Capacity: 20 to 119 gallons
  • Maximum Operating Pressure: 125 psi
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 140 °F

Contact us for all Your Water System Needs

Hydro-Pure Water Treatment, LLC has been a full-service water treatment company since 1997. Our office is located at 244 Upton Road, Suite #4 in Colchester, CT (across the street from John Gagnon’s Pet Resort). We service residential and commercial customers from all around eastern and shoreline Connecticut and specialize in our local service areas of Colchester, East Hampton, East Haddam, Marlborough, Glastonbury, Hebron, Columbia, Andover, Bolton, Manchester, Lebanon, Salem, Bozrah, Windham, Mansfield, Coventry, East Lyme, Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, and Stonington.

We love answering questions. Please fill out the form below. 

Contact Us