Originally Posted by mattcham
You crank your faucet full blast? Maybe my house water pressure has more gallons per hour? Or my local water has more fish toxins...
Yes I go full blast but to point out, pressure and gph
are two different things. Pressure is the amount of force required to move an object and gph
is the volume of a liquid moved in an hour. I believe it is the Bernoulli equation that is used to calculate this but that was 30 years ago. I know the water pressure on my street (because I'm a volunteer firefighter and needed for hydrant usage) is between 65 and 75 psi.
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