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    Default Well System Psi

    Is there a way to maintain a steady say 50psi in my house that is supplied from a well?

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    Be sure you live your life, because you are a long time dead.-Scottish Proverb

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    thank you but i am unable to open the link you posted. i am not sure what item i am looking for on that site. can you tell me where to go after i got on the site?
    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    You might not have Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader on your computer so try to start with this link http://www.grundfos.com/web/HOMEus.N...ag/PAVA-526KFY

    Jack
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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    Thank you i got it this time. do you know if i have change the pump or can i add the control box & pres. tank to my system? or some other way to solve my problem? the reason i ask, my pump has just been replaced back in may.

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    I'm afraid that system would require replacing the pump and all.

    If your pump is capable of it set the pressure switch to 50/70 lbs and install a pressure reducing valve set to 50 lbs after the pressure tank might work. You would have to check the specs for your pump.
    Jack
    Be sure you live your life, because you are a long time dead.-Scottish Proverb

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    Thank you all for the info. i will look into the specs on my current tank,pump& softener!!!

    Al

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    I see that the Franklin motor controler is for 1/2 to 1 hp motors. Do you know of one for the 2hp motor I have?
    Michael

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    Default Re: Well System Psi

    Tim,

    Revisit this page - http://www.wwpp.us/franklin/monodrive.html

    Scroll down to the prices. The $749 model will handle a 2 HP motor. (Read text above price)

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