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Re: Empty Tinaco?

Posted by David Dagoli on April 7, 2011, 12:00 pm, in reply to "Re: Empty Tinaco?"

As far as I can see, the way a tinaco works is, it only supplies water to your house in the event of a power failure. There is a one way valve that closes preventing the pressurized water from your pump system from entering the tinaco through the supply pipe. When the power is off, the valve is meant to open and allow water from the tinaco to enter the supply pipe for the house.

In other words, you only use water from your tinaco when the power goes off. Is that correct?

Eventually, the chlorine will evaporate from the tinaco, won't it?

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