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Pressure can vary greatly from one system to another. It's best to record pressure immediately after cleaning the filters. This will be your base pressure. When the pressure rises 10-15 psi above the base rate, it is time to clean the filters.

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You measured this? There should be a gauge on your sand filter that shows how much pressure is present. This is measuring how much pessure is needed to force your pool water through a layer of debris and a big pile of sand. For a clean filter, about 15 pounds, or PSI, is normal. This means at least 15 pounds of pressure is halted at the filter. If you want to see the readings without sand, put your filter on recirculate and measure again. You should see a gain in pressure of whatever the filter gauge read when "filter" was selected.

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