You are doing a fine job. A little stutter in pressure is not going to be a problem when watering.Currently in my analyze/debate mode
I would not go right to 30, but rather would try something higher, such as 38. Then if no trip, maybe reduce a little more for margin.pressure cut out and in is 42 and 62.
Can you give the threads another turn? You may need longer wrenches.well they werent kidding when they said stainless leaks. all the fittings on the cyclestop valve leak a tiny bit. Just very slow drips forming. Not a constant drip, takes a while for the next drip to drop off. Used teflon tape liberally. Thinking IM going to leave it alone for a while. Its quite weird not to have fluctuating pressure.
Maybe bind a piece of plastic sheet around the neck to form a skirt over the tank?Well I was about to give it all another turn when I noticed the usuall water pipe condensation sweat. My tank is screwed into the bottom of the csv. So, with the water pipe being cold, it sweats, and drips on the tank. I need to make that tank is on top of everything to keep it from rusting.
You want the pressure tank with the pressure switch ideally, tho that is much less critical with a CSV, which slows the flow as cut-off is approached.It is not mandatory for the pressure tank to thread into the CSV. Mounting the pressure tank further downstream should then allow the tank to be mounted above the feed line so any condensation formed on the feed line and CSV will drop onto the floor, not onto the tank.
This is awkward, but...
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