When determining the most hydraulically remote area in a building, what takes precedent - the flow, or the pressure required?
In other words, when comparing two remote areas which are very similar, which would actually be considered the "true" remote area - an area with high volume and low pressure, or an area with low volume and high pressure?
I am inclined to say that flow supersedes pressure, but since "hydraulic" deals with the relationship between the two, I'm not 100% confident. Thanks in advance.
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