I bought a new 0-15 PSI pressure gauge and have a question about installing it.
There's a 3/4" "T" with a plugged end that's an ideal location, about 12" above the waterline and on the fittings that lead to dual pressuretrols. Should I connect it directly to the "T" with a bushing, use a pigtail inbetween or something else?
The original on on the boiler is mounted on it's face just above the waterline and won't readily yeild to removal. Last thing I want to do at this time of year is force it, and iIt's useless with readings from -5 to 25.
Hi- I attached a couple of photos below that maybe of help to you. The gauge needs to have a pigtail between it and the boiler to protect it from live steam. You also need to leave your 0-30 PSi gauge in place as it is required by code/insurance regs.