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The people who purchased these undersized systems were NOT educated about CERTIFIED flow rates and plumbing code by us!

 

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Q1 – Does the code specify a water supply demand for a home?

A1 – Yes the Section P2903.6 of the IRC requires use of Tables P2903.6 and P2903.6 (1) to determine the total load (demand) on the water supply.

Q2 – If so, how is the demand determined? Examples are 2, 3,or 4 full bath home with a clothes washer connection, a kitchen sink, and 2 hose bibs (only one operating at a time).

A2 – The demand is calculated by adding up water supply fixtures units (Table P2903.6 (1) for all the fixtures (or fixture groups) in the home and then converting that total (Table P2903.6 (1)) to gallons per minute.

You must get educated to plumbing code so you do not purchase an undersized system that will not treat all the water all the time.

 

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CALL NOW TO SETUP AN APPOINTMENT TO GET EDUCATED! 210-663-5333

                                                                                                                                         

NOTE:

The WQA is a not for profit industry trade group that provides support to continued research and development of the water quality improvement industry. WQA is a research and information source for its members, a voice for the industry’s interests, an educator for professionals, a laboratory for product testing and a communicator to the public.