HP Quick Connect Series

Hydro-pneumatic Air/Water Tanks

The toughest tanks for your worst installations.

Iron and sulfur removal? Hydrogen sulfide? Methane and other undesirable well gases? You need the high-performance of our HP-Quick Connect Series of hydropneumatic tanks. These units can be used for aggressive water, or as an open system where air is introduced to oxidize and aerate.

Features & Benefits

  • Large drawdown ratio increases system efficiency.
  • Adapter and UT Drain Assembly (sold separately) allow you to add 1" riser pipe to increase aeration of water.
  • Self-Adjusting Air Volume Control enhances system flexibility and ease of installation.

Applications

  • Sulfur and iron water treatment
  • Hypochloride environments
  • Release of methane or other well gases

Specifications

HP Quick Connect Series Performance Data

Model Number Capacity
gal / liter
Maximum
Operating Pressure
psi / kPa / Bar
Drawdown 30/50 Setting**
gal
/ liter
Diameter*
inch
/ cm
Overall Height*
inch / cm
Height* inlet/
outlet to floor inch / cm
System Connection

Top                  Bottom
Assembly Weight*
lb / kg
Pallet
QTY.
HP-7 / WM-HP-110 30 / 114 75 / 500 / 5.0 6.6 / 25.0 16 / 41 43 3/4 / 111 1 1/2 / 3.8 1/4" vent line NPT 1 1/4" Socket 26 / 11.8 9
HP-9 / WM-HP-150 40/ 151 75 / 500 / 5.0 9.0 / 34.1 16 / 41 56 1/2/ 144 1 1/2 / 3.8 1/4" vent line NPT 1 1/4" Socket 29 /13.2 9
HP-8SQ /
WM-HP-150SQ
40/ 151 75 / 500 / 5.0 8.0 / 30.3 21 / 53 35 1/4 / 90 2 / 5.1 1/4" vent line NPT 1 1/4" Socket 34 /15.4 4
HP-18 / WM-HP-300 80 / 303 75 / 500 / 5.0 17.8 / 67.4 21 / 53 62 / 157 2 / 5.1 1/4" vent line NPT 1 1/4" Socket 44 /20.0 N/A
HP-26 / WM-HP-450 120/ 454 75 / 500 / 5.0 25.5 / 96.5 24 / 61 72 1/2 / 184 2 / 5.1 1/4" vent line NPT 1 1/4" Socket 64 / 29.0 N/A

Note: Maximum external operating temperature 120°F (49°C). Maximum internal operating temperature 100°F (38°C). Minimum operating temperature 40°F (4°C).

* Diameter, height and weight may vary slightly without notice.

** In keeping with current industry standards, drawdown factors are based on Boyle's law. Actual drawdowns will vary depending upon system variables, including the accuracy and operation of the pressure switch and gauge and operating temperature of the system.