By way of describing what you are seeing in the picture, here are some features of this pressure tank.
- The tank is over sized as I am recycling a tank which I initially had up at the cottage lot when I was powering by battery-stored solar generated electricity. With an oversized tank the pump works less and hence less draw on limited electricity storage. I will be using grid power but it still means I get great capacity
- All those wires and electrical looking boxes make up the controlling system for the pump. When the pressure in the tank drops to a certain level the controller tells the pump to send more water.
- The water intake is at that short pipe (ABS) stub about center of the picture.
- In the bottom left you see the exit pipe of the waste system to the septic tank.
- We built a stand to get the tank of the floor and at a manageable working height
- The pump is in the lake so we are employing a drain back system - that is so the water doesn't freeze in the pipe in the winter. The vertical grey assembly to the left to left of the tank and attached to copper piping connecting it to the tank is used to vent the pipe during the drain back operation.