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  • How To: Size an Expansion Tank

      There are six critical inputs needed to size any expansion tank: 1. Amount of fluid to be heated 2. The type of fluid being heated 3. The starting temperature of the fluid 4. The ending temperature of the fluid 5. The minimum or starting pressure of the fluid 6. The maximum or ending pressure […] Read more →

  • Employee Spotlight

    We are happy to introduce our newest employee, Gary Wilkinson, in the position of accounting manager. Gary graduated from Indiana University-Fort Wayne with a bachelor's degree in accounting and Indiana Wesleyan University with a Master of Business Administration. His favorite part of his new position is working on a wide variety of projects. He also […] Read more →

  • How To: Troubleshoot the WessView Bladder Integrity Monitor

    The WessViewTM bladder integrity monitor from Wessels Company is a quick, at-a-glance indicator letting you know if water has breached your tank’s internal bladder or diaphragm. The design uses a desiccant that sits on top of a red disk. If the desiccant touches water and dissolves, the bright red disk will start to show. If […] Read more →