esch Posted January 15, 2010 Report Share Posted January 15, 2010 I'm trying to find either an Oklahoma or national health/safety law or some kind of information about required water pressure, possibly for rentals. If I can find some information the city might help me with my problem, but I am having trouble finding anything relative. I've got 36 rentals and they have 17 pounds of pressure. It's a real turn off for trying to rent, and the system is a gravity fed with the tanks only being about 10-15 foot above the hill the rental complex is on. I have considered some form of booster pump etc, except its on 7 different meters so that would get a tad expensive. The city said my 2" water meters come off of a 6" main line directly and theres nothing they can do because to raise one tower means to raise them all as thier interconnected. The suggested some kinda of well system but they said it would be 2-3 thousand.... per meter for material alone. Any other ideas about a fix to my problem I would appreciate it, I have 7 meters and a decent amount of room to do it but nothing huge due to main gas water and sewer line run through the complex near the meters. Thanks, Matt What's the lowest water pressure yall have seen in a house? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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