Plumbing losing pressure?

Azsunsets

Silver Supporter
Mar 8, 2017
416
San Tan Valley, AZ
#1
I'm wondering if my plumbing should have list pressure overnight? I just had the pool plumbing done yesterday & the gauge was sitting at 41 last night, it's at 36 now, is this okay?

Thanks in advance for any information !
 

Pool Tool

Well-known member
May 15, 2014
757
Western Chicago Area, IL
#2
Re: Plumbing losing pressure?

Just to clarify, but are you saying that your pool plumbing is closed up and on pressure test? If so, depending on your temperature drop, a 5# (12%) isn't out of the question. If possible, leave it closed with your gauge on and see if the pressure rises as temps warm.
 

Azsunsets

Silver Supporter
Mar 8, 2017
416
San Tan Valley, AZ
#3
Re: Plumbing losing pressure?

Just to clarify, but are you saying that your pool plumbing is closed up and on pressure test? If so, depending on your temperature drop, a 5# (12%) isn't out of the question. If possible, leave it closed with your gauge on and see if the pressure rises as temps warm.
Yes, it is on a pressure test for inspection. The gauge is on the pool filter itself. It was 41 when he left last night & has dropped to 36. I wasn't sure what to expect. I will watch it today.
Thanks!