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I am not sure whether it was divine intervention or just plain luck that allowed these brave firefighters to walk away from this.
Due to this source of wasted water and the significant potential in energy and resource savings in preventing it, a growing number of building codes are requiring hot water recirculation or pipe heating (such as electrical tape) to conserve water.
Zurn Wilkins ZWFR Backflow Preventer Freeze Protection Device monitors the water temperature within the valve.
One of the first things we learn in the plumbing profession is the allowable water pressure for a water distribution system. A maximum pressure of 80 psi was beat into my head at an early age. Some area of the country with high-rise buildings will allow up to 100 psi, while in other areas the pressure was lowered to 60 psi in an effort to conserve water.