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What should a pressure reducing valve be set at?

The pressure to a sensible level to protect piping and appliances as well as control water consumption residential pressure reducing valves a factory set at 50psi to properly adjust downstream A downstream gauge is required for the pressure on the water pressure reducing valve.

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