Expansion Tanks   

Most Taco Expansion Tanks are available with either bladders or diaphragms so that water and air are permanently separated. No absorption can take place at any point during the system cycle, and you avoid the problems of waterlogged tanks, air-bound terminal units, excessive corrosion, inefficient balancing and pump cavitations. Plain steel tanks are also available.

Expansion Tanks

Catalogs (3)

TitleSheet NumberEffective Date
CA, CAX, CX Expansion Tanks (CAX is discontinued)400-1.212/01/2014
CBX Expansion Tanks400-2.602/11/2016
PAX Expansion Tanks400-2.512/01/2014
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Expansion Tanks

Instruction Sheets (9)

TitleSheet NumberEffective Date
CA Exp. Tank Rep. Bag402-01310/16/2015
CA Expansion Tanks402-00212/01/2014
CBX Expansion Tank Bag Replacement402-0907/1/04
CBX Expansion Tanks402-02001/28/2013
CW Exp. Tank Rep. Bag402-025September 1, 2001
CW Expansion/Storage Tanks402-09308/01/10
CX Expansion Tanks402-01503/29/2013
PAX Exp Tank Replacement Bag402-10112/01/14
PAX Expansion Tanks402-10012/01/2014
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Expansion Tanks

Specifications (4)

TitleSheet NumberEffective Date
AC(F)-CA Spec05/08/08
AC-ACF CBX Spec05/08/08
AC-ACF CX Spec05/08/08
AC-ACF PAX Spec05/15/08
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