I am having my Richard Lee, In manifold Cooler repaired right now. How much pressure should they hold before I kill another one?? The overboard water from the chiller sure squirts good!! lol But seriously.
Well the Lee and our SuperChillers are a little bit different (core and end caps). I would try to keep your PSI below 30psi to ensure that you do not blow the core, seals, etc.. If you are running a sea strainer to your system you might want to install a PSI relief valve on the strainer to an overboard dump or tee it inline. You can also find a good spot to plumb a PSI gauge into, which will work out great with the PSI valve allowing you to see what is going on at all times. If you are getting too much water, you might want to trim down your pick-up. -Eric
We have all the studs, nuts, gaskets, o-rings, covers, cores, housings, rigging, etc.. in stock and can sell separately to you. The studs we have are S.S. so just let us know what blower set up you have because there are many different options! -Eric