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Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 1:31pm

by bobw

Flow control allows you to set how much water can pass through a valve instead of just being open or shut. It really isn't very common in residential uses as water pressure/volume typically isn't a concern. If you get into commercial or park services, then it is a must as the water mains you take water from can be very high volume (think fire hydrant).

Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 12:39pm

by KDH

Flow Control

What is "flow control" and when do you want/need it?