BLADDER PRESSURE IN EXPANSION TANK


Postby handy sandy » Sun Nov 02, 2008 10:40 pm

HI CAN ANY ONE OUT THERE TELL ME WHAT PRESSURE I SHOULD PUT IN THE BLADDER OF MY EXPANSION TANK :
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Postby Steve the gas » Mon Nov 03, 2008 5:39 am

Hi Sandy,
1bar or 15 psi

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Postby handy sandy » Mon Nov 03, 2008 11:33 pm

[quote="Steve the gas"]Hi Sandy,
1bar or 15 psi

Hth[/quote][b][color=darkblue][/color][size=18][/size]
HI STEVE THANKS FOR TAKEING THE TIME TO REPLY TO MY QUESTION I HAVE JUST REPLACED VALVE WITH GAUGE AT TOP OF PRESSURE VESSEL AS PRESSURE WAS DROPPING EVERY DAY AND PIPE THAT LEAD FROM VALVE TO OUTSIDE THE HOUSE WAS WET AS WELL AND THIS IS WHY I WAS LOOSING PRESSURE BUT I WONDER IF NEW VALVE IS FAULTY AS WELL AS IT IS STILL LOOSING PRESSURE AND PIPE IS NOW DAMP RATHER THAN SOAKING WET AND NOW HOLDS PRESSURE FOR ABOUT 3 DAYS COULD THERE BE ANY OTHER REASON FOR THIS PIPE BEING WET OTHER THAN VALVE LEAKING BEARING IN MIND I NEVER TOP UP HIGHER THAN 2.BAR WHEN TOPPING UP PRESSURE THANKS AGAIN SANDY[/b]
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