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Merrill Floats

 

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Floats

 


Merrill Plastic Floats

Merrill-Float is available in the following diameter sizes: 12", 16", 20", 24", 30", and 36"

 

Model No.UPC Bar Code (Qty. 1)Diameter SizeMaster Carton Qty.Weight/Lbs.

Standard Plastic Floats

Model No.: PFC12 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02182 5 Diameter Size: 12" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 0.6
Model No.: PFC16 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02183 2 Diameter Size: 16" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 1
Model No.: PFC20 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02185 6 Diameter Size: 20" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 1.6
Model No.: PFC24 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02186 3 Diameter Size: 24" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 2
Model No.: PFC30 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02187 0 Diameter Size: 30" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 3.3
Model No.: PFC36 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02188 7 Diameter Size: 36" Master Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 4.3

 


Bulk Model No.UPC Bar Code (Qty. 1)Diameter SizeBulk Carton Qty.Weight/Lbs.

Bulk Plastic Floats

Model No.: PFB12 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02175 7 Diameter Size: 12" Bulk Carton Qty.: 20 Weight/Lbs.: 0.3
Model No.: PFB16 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02177 1 Diameter Size: 16" Bulk Carton Qty.: 40 Weight/Lbs.: 0.5
Model No.: PFB20 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02178 8 Diameter Size: 20" Bulk Carton Qty.: 40 Weight/Lbs.: 0.8
Model No.: PFB24 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02179 5 Diameter Size: 24" Bulk Carton Qty.: 20 Weight/Lbs.: 1
Model No.: PFB30 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02180 1 Diameter Size: 30" Bulk Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 1.6
Model No.: PFB36 UPC Bar Code: 6 42367 02181 8 Diameter Size: 36" Bulk Carton Qty.: 12 Weight/Lbs.: 2.1

 


 

 

Foldable & Insertable Float with Balanced Buoyancy Since 1964

 

Features & Benefits

An Air Volume Control System with over fifty years of service.  Proven performance by independent testing laboratory.  Only Merrill Manufacturing™ has a foldable float with balanced buoyancy and can be inserted into a pressure tank through the pipe connection hole.

 

A Merrill-Float is a barrier to absorption of air by water under pressure.  Merrill-Float assures a smooth working water system by separating the volume of air from the water within the pressure tank.  Merrill-Float is made of a durable plastic approved by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, for the interior of containers carrying liquids for human consumption.  Only Merrill-Float will stay level on top of water to separate air from water in tank.

 

1) Simple Economical Way to Minimize Water-Logging of Pressure Tanks.

Air Volume Control System

Benefit - Most economical long life air volume control for tanks.

2) Plastic Flotation Ring forms a seal between water and air inside pressure tanks.  The air-water seal is assured by Merrill Manufacutring™ exclusive "Wiper Blade."

Benefit - Effective water/air volume separation in the tank.

Wiper Blade Diagram

3) Eliminates Other Air Volume Controls or the need for air-charge, bleeder valves or air-release valves and headaches caused by corrosion of these parts.

Benefit - Merrill-Float will not corrode and is not effected by chlorine.

4) Float's Balanced Buoyancy is assured by a sealed, crush-proof flotation ring within the float, even if the tank drains.  Merrill-Float resumes its floating position when water returns.

Benefit - Balanced buoyancy insures float will maintain flat horizontal position on top of water.

5) Merrill-Float is Built for Permanent Service, yet this water-log barrier can be inserted into place in minutes.  The 12" through 20" sizes are flexible enough for insertion through a 1-1/4" tank opening.  The 24" size will require a 1-1/2" opening.  The 30" and 36" size require a 2" tank opening.  Merrill-Float recovers its stable circular shape and assumes its proper position after insertion in tank.

Benefit - Can be inserted in existing or new tanks.

 

 

Merrill-Float is available in the following diameter sizes: 12", 16", 20", 24", 30" and 36"

 



 

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