I have a problem with the engine that rises the water from the well, because when the water is drawn the engine starts several times. I think there is a lack of air in the balloon? How to put compression in this balloon with a compressor? But I hesitate...
The pressurized water dispensing systems have a booster tank located downstream of the pump. When the pressure drops, the pressure switch automatically triggers the pump. This balloon behaves a bit like an expansion tank. If its membrane (or the bladder, on the food flask) is pierced, the pressure switch triggers the pump as soon as pressure drops. Some balloons are inflated with air, others with nitrogen. I think you would benefit from involving a plumber who is used to this kind of installation, which has become very rare (in the food version) because of the generalization of drinking water supply.
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