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Old 04-07-2017, 02:59 PM   #15
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OK so that settles it, on board pump is 55 psi. Thanks milasman.
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I have a 65 psi MAX sticker in my wet bay, i imagine most are the same. I use a 50-55 psi regulator. The 40 seems too low. Realistically we all should have the dial guage adjustable one.
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Use the pressure reducer!
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55 is max recommended by our manufacturer
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I had added a water pressure gauge T'd into the cold water line after where the pump and city water feeds join. The gauge itself is placed near the display for the EMS, electrical protection system, is located. This way I can check both water pressure and power at the same time. As posted above I have a built in Watts pressure regulator. I got a couple of 300 PSI drinking water hoses for the exterior connection. Don't worry at all about high pressure and have good flow volume.
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