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Is there a more accurate Pressuretrol?
I have this style / model Honeywell Pressuretrol.
If I engage the adjustment screw approximately 1 turn or less so it doesn’t pull out, the pressure will reach 4.5 psi.
If I disengage the screw so it’s at its lowest setting (basically deactivated) it will reach 1.5 psi.
The diff is at 1.
I’d like to replace the unit with a more accurate unit so I can keep it at 0.5-1 psi.
Thanks in advance.
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