Depressurise?

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  1. SPCleaning

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    Do you at the end of the day depressurise your system to release some pressure over night? I have always done so but I don't really know why. Is there a need? Or is it some thing I have just picked up without any benefit at all?
     
  2. Tuffers

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    Yes, when I remember.
     
  3. WWC

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    When I remember too. I feel that there is no point in keeping your kit under pressure all the time if it doesn't need to be. I'm sure the hoses at least benefit from the released pressure. But, like you, its something I just thought seemed right. I've no evidence that it is.