What Is a Buffer Tank, and Why Would a Jetter Need One?

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In this video, Steve “Jonesie” Jones from Jetters Northwest breaks down buffer tanks. If the water supply for your jetter can’t meet the pump requirements, then a buffer tank is needed to bridge the gap and protect the pump from cavitation. Watch the quick video to learn more. 

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