I just installed a CSV160 in my house.
I plumb from the incoming pump pipe to the CSV160 -> Check-> bladder tank.
I have the pressure switch set to 55/70. I'll be switching to a different pressure switch soon and try 55/65 PSI. I have amazing water pressure and flow. One thing though. I have a TON of air in the pipes.
I installed it on Saturday morning and all went well. Upon startup, I bled the air (I thought) and it seemed to go well. My wife and I have taken showers, run the dishwasher, flushed toilets and still have air in the system. I took a shower this morning and had a lot of air noise from the shower valve and pipes. Also, when I used the sink, a lot of air, just air, came out.
Can the restriction caused by the CSV throttling at low flow be causing this?
How long should it take to get the air out of a completely empty system?