What is a typical boiler supply water pressure?

Answer A pressure of 15psi (pound per square inch) is considered standard water supply pressure for boilers. Safety valves are installed on boilers to relieve any extra pressure, though a manual bypass is... Read More »

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What should my hot water boiler pressure be?

Modern residential hot water boiler systems have a pressure release valve that should be set at 12 to 15 psi (pounds per square inch). Commercial boiler systems can handle pressures of 160 psi or m... Read More »

Peerless boiler has low hot water pressure?

If its 1 that's on your wall then there should be a little black tap underneith if u turn this slightly till u can hear watter comeing through. Keep this open till the dial on fron of the heater th... Read More »

Problems with low pressure in my boiler?

Have you checked the boiler overflow pie outside to see if water is leaking there ? It sounds lik the pressure relief valve has opened caused by too high a pressure on the boiler. This valve has to... Read More »

What does a pressure-relief valve do on a boiler?

According to High Performance HVAC, a pressure-relief valve works as a safety valve to relieve excessive buildup of pressure inside a boiler. It is a vessel that is designed to handle safe amounts ... Read More »