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I want to add a low pressure gauge paralell to my pressuretrol - on a tee after the pigtail. I'm debating spending the money on a vaporstat for this hoffman system, but first I really want to understand how often the pressure actually ticks up so I can weight if it's worth it and understand the trends in how it runs.
I notice that many low pressure gauges on supply house .com for example state that they are not for permanent installation and only for "temporary" diagnostic use.
Is that just stated for the manufacturer's own legal protection in case they do fail or are they really only meant for temporary installation/use?
Can anyone point me to to a lp gauge that would work for me to add permanently on my residential burnham?
New owner of a 1920s home with steam heat north of Boston.
Just trying to learn what I can do myself and what I just shouldn't touch