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AFG which pump pressure and nozzle size
I have a old peerless jot-tw100 with a Beckett afg.
I am in the process of tuning it up and it has a new clean cut pump running at 100 psi with a .85 80d type b nozzle in it. I was on Becletts site and found that their manual for the jot-tw100 called for a .85 80d type a running at 140 psi.
Should I crank up my pump to 140 psi and put in a .75 80d type a sense I am under firing it anyways? I am trying to get a little more life out of the furnace. Do I need the low fire rate baffle if i go to the .75?
Will I get a cleaner burn if I do this?
What would you guys do?