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Old 07-28-2011, 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by DanaMac View Post
We get 120-180 psi all the time on city water here. That's standard for us. Every house has a pressure regulator, but some older systems (or some rookie jackazzes) have the system in before the PRV. Quite often the PRV also fails, and then we have a high pressure problem. We replace about 10-20 PRVs a year. We did one just yesterday.
That explains it... we are as like a carpenters dream down here, flat as a board and easy to.... You deal quite a bit with elevation then, I don't. Hence the PRV's. Just goes to show you everybodies norms are different.

Glad I don't have to meet specs for 120-180 PSI down here.

thank you
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