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Re: [Shop-talk] Since we are talking about pfaucets

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Since we are talking about pfaucets
From: Randall <>
Date: Sat, 3 Aug 2013 2:03:58 +0000
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> Any ideas?  Do they make anything for this situation?

Evidently so.  A quick Google for "water pressure booster" turned up lots of 
options and some "how to" videos.

Here's a unit at HF:

Lots cheaper than what I would have done, which is just install another 
well-type pump & pressure tank.  It shouldn't care if you feed it water at 40 
psi instead of -10 or whatever.

- Randall

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