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Pressure Switch

infoman
infoman Member Posts: 1
I have always used a 40/60 pressure switch. I have since installed a 35 gallon pressurized bladder tank will it throw anything off by going with a 30/50 pressure switch

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  • icesailor
    icesailor Member Posts: 7,265
    Enjoy the lower house pressure. Especially if you have a shower you use on the second floor.

    I always switched 30/50 # switches to 40/60# switches to give customers better and higher pressure.
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