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The dimension is 10.5" and 15" height. Food grade bladder inside. Pre-charge with 5-7 psi of air pressure. When tank is full, it may reach 45 to 50 psi of pressure depending on your RO system. The water inlet is 1/4" NPT with stainless steel thread. It can be re-pressurize using an air pump through the air valve. The tank is 4 gallon tank and holds about 3.2 gallons of water. This tank comes with a tank stand

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