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Old 10-18-2012, 01:07 AM
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Ok, its the end of a long day of blow outs and 2" doublechecks with needlevalves. If I remember right water hammer is related to velocity in the pipe. So if you could reduce the flow, or enlarge the pipe, the water hammer should cease. BTW we had a customer that complained of water hammer and it ended up being his water meter when it got to a certain flow.
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