How much air do you add to a pressure tank?

Answer The air pressure has to be 1 to 2 psi less than the pump turn-on point. For example, if your pump kicks on at 30 psi, then you should have 28 psi in the tank.Source:Well Pressure TankSigns of Air L... Read More »

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