Slim Line Tanks
Slim Line Tanks
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Terms to Know
|Primer is a paint product that allows finishing paint to adhere much better than if it were used alone. For this purpose, primer is designed to adhere to surfaces and to form a binding layer that is better prepared to receive the paint
|A device used to move fluids. A pump displaces a volume by physical or mechanical action
|A fitting that connect two different pipe diameters. Generally made of plastic or metal. Example: from a 3" pipe to a 4" pipe.
|See First Flush Kit.
|Tanks constructed with a narrow foot print that allow for installation where traditional round tanks may not fit or for aesthetic reasons.
|A manually open/closed valve made of Brass or Plastic valve used to regulate liquid extraction.
|A screened basket fitted to the top of a tank to keep mosquitoes and debris from entering the tank. Bushman Strainer Basket comes with a protective cover with two 4" or 3" openings to accept the inlet pipe.
|Gallon is equal to 3.785 liters, is 231 Cubic Inches, weighs approximately 8.33 pounds at 62 degree F
|The primary function is to protect the substance from the long-term degradation effects from light, most frequently ultraviolet light. Different UV stabilizers are utilized depending upon the substrate, intended functional life, and sensitivity to UV degradation.
|A system where the inflow pipework drops below the level of the tank inlet for some of its course allowing rainwater to move from a downspout, through piping to a storage tank located away from the structure. Gravity pressure alone pushes the rainwater from the downspout to the remote tank. Generally, the top of the inlet opening must be 18" to 24"s higher than the tank fill pipe. (consult with a rainwater/irrigation professional for fluid dynamic restrictions)