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There are other Brands out there and the work much the same.
For most Residential Boilers the following 4 tanks are mostly used.
The # 30, the # 110, the # 15, and the #109.
Some larger homes need the #60
Note: The #110 and the #30 are the exact same size tank. but they are not interchangeable.
The #110 is part of a Filtrol System and only screws into a Filtrol fill valve. There are 2 types of Filtrol fill valves one has a valve handle to turn the water off the other does not. In the pictures below you will see the both of them.  
Filtrol With Handle and   Filtrol With Out Handle. Click on Picture for larger picture. The #110 and the # 109 will only screw into one of these valves. The #15 and the # 30 will screw in to any 1/2" iron pipe size fitting. The #109 and the #15 are also the same size as each other. but about 1/2 the size of the #30 and The #110. 

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