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1509 Pressure Decreases with Height - Plumbing - Flow and Pressure
 
1509 Pressure Decreases with Height - Plumbing - Flow and Pressure -

Image Text: Cross section > 47 PSI > 1 PSI will make water rise 2.31 feet > 51 PSI > always test the water pressure at the highest point in the house to get the most meaningful results > 55 PSI > 58 PSI > 60 PSI > 30 feet > 27 feet > 21 feet > 18 feet > 12 feet > 9 feet > 0 feet > 3rd floor > 2nd floor > 1st floor

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