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1537 Pressure Regulator Required - Plumbing - Public Water Service
 
1537 Pressure Regulator Required - Plumbing - Public Water Service -

Image Text: Residential systems with static pressure in excess of 80 PSI usually have a pressure regulator > foundation wall > footing > supply plumbing from street > main water shut off valve > pressure regulator (maximum 80 PSI) > a strainer should be installed upstream (these are often part of the regulator) > floor drain > pressure relief discharge pipe > pressure relief valve may be required (typical setting - 150 PSI) > water meter > basement

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