The history of Varem is firmly linked to its origins, territoriality and corporae culture in north-eastern Italy. A geographicaly area of the country that, ever since the first post-war period, has been its economy and industrial development explode exponentially thanks to the work and creativity of the Veneto people.
Luigino Benettolo founded Varem, contributing to make Veneto into one of the most industrialised regions in the whole world, promting and making “Made in Italy” internationally recognised as synonymous with quality, reliability and cutting-edge technology.
Small on Size, Big On Performance
Varem pressure tanks are 99% efficient. Conventional pressure tanks use only 25% of the water inside them. While a 42 gallon tank might look impressive, in reality, only approximately 12 gallons are used (“draw down”). With Varem pressure tanks, 99% of the water is used. Thus, you can get rid of the excess size needed by conventional pressure tanks. This allows Varem tanks to deliver the same performance while reducing it’s size.
Easy to Replace Bladder
Varem pressure tanks feature a replaceable butyl bladder. While bladder tearing is rare, Varem pressure tanks are designed to make it simple to reinstall the bladder when needed. Just unscrew the flange and replace.
Minimal Maintenance Needed
Varem pressure tanks use a butyl bladder that separates the water inside the pressure tank from the tank’s metal surface, thereby eliminating corrosion and rust possibilities. Since the water is also separated from the pressurized air inside the tank, water-logging is eliminated. Thus, after it’s initial installation, the Varem pressure tank will continue to work with minimal maintenance necessary.
Electricity Savings Galore
Varem pressure tanks are energy saving devices. Since pressure tanks reduce the start-stop cycles of pumps, Varem pressure tanks are an effective way of reducing the frequency of electricity surges needed to start a pump. The larger the pressure tank, the higher the electricity savings.