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Thread: Wiring a pulsafeeder chemical solution pump

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    DIY Junior Member Wellmate's Avatar
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    Default Wiring a pulsafeeder chemical solution pump

    I want to wire a pulsafeeder pump(220v) so it runs when the well pump is charging the pressure tank. Do i wire it to the pressure switch itself....or to the well pump control box. Any ideas. Thanks

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    In the past I have done it to the pressure switch with a so call pig tail, a short run from the switch with a female and then a male on the pump end so that if needed the pump can be unpluged with out turning off the well pump to undo the wires.

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    I always used the switch to a metal receptacle box.
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    Wire it right into the pressure switch

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