Neoprene zip on tank tux tank jacket. Helps reduce tank sweating. Easy wash material. Simple wash in cold water and hang dry. Replace on tank and system will look new again.
PLEASE NOTE: 10x54 and 12x52 jackets in black or grey are not currently available. 9x48 black are only available with Genesis logo down the length of the jacket at this time. Expected in stock date for these items is October 30th
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Effortless to install & shipping was fast and easy. Fixed the tank sweating problem highly recommended!
difference preventing water build up on tanks is excellent from sweating all over the floor to zero water. I ordered wrong size easy return new one shipped and credit applied for wrong order. great customer service and product. thanks you..
purchased two of these for water and iron softener tanks and they have completely stopped the moisture from forming on the tanks excellent product. returned one because of my error in measuring proper size returned and handled well, great customer service.
This thing is great. I wish I would've bought one a long time ago. I put it on myself, zipped it right up. fit like a glove. no more looking at tank sweating or pools of water on floor. Now its only Spring, but we've had a couple of hot days. Not sure how it will work during a heatwave in summer, but its still better than nothing at all on the tank. It's actually in the same room as my dryer, so room can heat up. Still no sweating. I would purchase again.
I priced neoprene to insulate my water softener tank and it was quite pricey. I then did a search and found out that there IS such a thing as a tank jacket made of neoprene. It works perfectly: no more puddles in my basement!
It arrived when it was predicted to arrive, the price is very good compared to other vendors I checked. I don't know how the quality compares to other vendors, but it seems to be working well and keeping the tank from sweating in the very humid weather we have been having here in the northeast for the past five weeks.