I've seen floor control assemblies (isolation valve, sometimes a check valve, waterflow switch, test & drain) in many different configurations as far as spacing of each of the components. I also understand that several manufacturers make an "all in one" valve assembly that can have all of these components.
Is there any benefit to the operation of the waterflow switch by spacing out these components? I'm wondering if a steady stream from the test and drain that is further from the switch allows the waterflow switch to operate more consistently?
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