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Posted by DARRELL VYBIRAL on November 7th, 2000 11:01 AM
In reply to Rainsoft System? by Pam on November 7th, 2000 10:41 AM [Go to top of thread]

CHECK THE FLOW RATE AND PRESSURE DROP OF THE SYSTEM YOU ARE CONSIDERING. THE NATION ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS HAS ALERTED BUILDERS AND PLUMBERS OF SYSTEMS NOT MEETING CODE REQUIREMENTS. FLOW AND PRESSURE DROPS ARE NOT BEING CONSIDERED. CAUSING THE DELIVERY OF HARD WATER THROUGH SYSTEMS DEFEATING THE PURPOSE OF SYSTEMS THEMSELVES. LOOK FOR SYSTEMS THAT HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED BY A THIRD PARTY TESTING AGENCY TO MEET PLUMBING CODES TO INSURE YOUR GETTING WHAT YOU ARE PAYING FOR. CHECK our WEBSITE
www.jwsmfg.com for more information

the water boss has a 4 gallon oer minute flow
rate
the rainsoft has a 8, 9, 10 gallon per minute flow rate. depending on which system you choose.

plumbing codes such as the upc and ipc require at least an 18 gallon per minute rated system for a typical 2 bath home. to insure that flow and pressure drop requirements are meet.

darrell@jwsmfg.com


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