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With water heaters, angle valve, there is a sound normal? Why?

With water heaters, angle valve, there is a sound normal? Why?

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There will be sound, because the valve diameter of the role of subsection flow, resulting in faster flow, resulting in friction sound. It's normal.The greater the water pressure, the louder the sound. Because the velocity is fast.
Jul 19, 2017
Funny! A normal valve is not sound. The sound can not be caused because the valve caliber section flow. Two reasons: 1 lines of multi angle valve switch. One of them is leaking. Plus the pressure is relatively large. As long as a head of water. It will cause the pressure difference caused by noise for.2. the long-term use of angle valve filter fouling. Due to increased pressure difference caused by noise. To clarify these two problems can be solved. The water sound annoying. You have a quiet home.
Jul 19, 2017
Water pressure will not cause noise. Angle valves are 4 extra teeth. Valve core bore is standard. It will not be too big or too small
Jul 19, 2017

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