2 pressure tanks??

Discussion in 'Pumps and Tanks Well Forum & Blog' started by rick.a, Jan 11, 2007.

  1. rick.a

    rick.a New Member

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    Is it common or even OK to have one tank on the jetpump of a shallow well and another in the house, 150 feet away and about 20 vertical feet higher? I just bought a cottage with this setup. Switch is on the pump with the small tank. Much larger tank is in house with no switch or gauge.
    thanks,
    Rick
  2. speedbump

    speedbump Previous member

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    I don't see where it could be a problem. It will just keep the pump from running so much. That's a good thing.

    bob...
  3. rick.a

    rick.a New Member

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    Since this is a seasonal cottage and must be winterized each fall, Can I get rid of the tank at the pump and move the switch to the house tank? This is to simplify the draining or pump removal in the fall.
    Rick
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    speedbump Previous member

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    You sure can.

    bob...
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    rick.a New Member

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    thanks Bob.
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