Absinthe Pete Posted April 21, 2011 Share Posted April 21, 2011 Ok so lately we've had some boiler questions and I working on hooking ours up now so I thought I'd ask the collective. I noticed people mention that they're using in the 5 PSI range from their steam boilers, what is the reason for that? Wouldn't a higher PSI heat things up faster? I have no clue as to the physics of it so sorry if this is a stupid question. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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