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How do you join 2 plastic water tanks to make them work as one?


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2005-12-08 07:53:04
2005-12-08 07:53:04

Assuming they are closed pressure tanks, simply hook the inlets together. If they have bladders make sure the pressures are equal in the bladders. If they are open bulk tanks of different heights, mount the tanks so that their top height is the same and hook them together.


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