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2009-04-14 09:49:47
2009-04-14 09:49:47

The pressure gage on you rswimming pool FILTER should be around 8 to 12#'s. There is no pressure gage on or in a swimming pool. The pressure gage would be on the top of your filter .. . that's the large tank with up to 2" pipes plumbed into it, located next to the heater and the pump - the small pot with a motor attached to it.


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No specified pressure at the "return" fittings at pool side. You do not measure pressure at these points.


Pressure inside Earth increases much like pressure in the swimming pool increases.

You can not measure the pressure in a swimming pool. If you mean the pressure on the filter tank gage then you may have to backwash the filter. Talk to your local pool store for instructions as how to maintain a swimming pool and the equipment. Get some education on swimming pool maint. before you get into some real trouble. A pool is not too forgiving for someone without a basic knowledge of pools.

It is not possible to have a pressure level on your swimming pool! However the pressure on the filter gage could run anywhere from 5# to 35#

The Ph of a swimming pool should be between 7.2 - 7.6

The gauge on the pool filtration equipment is there to indicate back pressure in front of the pump. Most of them have a section that is done in red, when the needle reaches the red it indicates that the filter needs cleaning. Otherwise when the gauge gets about two thirds up you should clean the filter. Your judgment with this will improve with time and experience.

A person can go to a plane after swimming in a 2M deep pool because the pressure is not too much.

a swimming pool it should be neutral pH ie green

once you had to empty your swimming pool it might turn into a fu***ing boat ing boat out of it

You may need a new pressure gauge. They are inexpensive and can be found at any place that sells pool products. OR That may be all that you are going to get out of the system you have.

A clogged filter? The pressure AT THE GAUGE will drop after the pool is backwashed and also during vacumning. As the filter becomes clogged the pressure AT THE GAUGE will increase. The opposite effect occurs at the inlet eyeball.

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I think when it happens when the pool starts to turn green

a swimming pool a swimming pool

A highly rated swimming pool has to consist of safety and hygiene. A highly rated pool should have trained life guards and should have a clean changing and pool area.

Yes, It gives people a chance to express their inner swimming. Those who love swimming should swim and those who don't have swimming pool should be able to swim at school. Those who dislike swimming should not have to swim.<some people cant swim>

depends on size of pool. the bigger the pool, the more area that is covered by water. by adding more water you increase the pressure that will be administered to your swimming pool. make sense? doesn't to me, but its the truth. Swimming pools do not have PSI per say.

The pressure gauge that is set up in front of the pool filter is there to show you when the filter needs cleaning or back washing. when the pressure gets high it indicates that there is too much dirt there for the water to pass efficiently, Cleaning it at this point will reduce the pressure and make the water flow better through the filter

Your gauge could very well be bad, many pools that we took care of the gauge on the filter was bad, after backwashing the filter just check any of you lines going back to the pool and your should notice the pressure is a lot higher. A lot of people just check the flow by placing there hand at an outlet to check pressure than by walking over too the filter and reading the pressure, instead of buying a new pressure gauge.

2 meters below the furface of a swimming pool.

Around 10 PSI if you have a 2 horsepower pump. It will vary, depending on the restrictions in the exit line. Pool Masters

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