Question about Inline Air Compressor In Line Check Valve 12x12npt
A check valve typically would have about a 1psi cracking pressure. I doubt your can blow that hard though. If you want to know, connect a air supply to a regulator with a gauge to the check valve. Slowly turn up the pressure regulator until air passes through the check valve. Pay attention to the flow direction. Usually a check valve doesn't have an adjustment to adjust this pressure, however some are self venting, to remove pressure from the compressor, when it shuts off. If yours doesn't have the small copper line to the pressure switch, then it may be this type.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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