whats this weird leaking fixture?

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      Anonymous

      The first fixture ‘inside’ of my water meter is leaking. It is a threaded fixture, consisting of two sections bolted together and what looks like a preessur relief fixture at the top. Water is springing from a small hole in the side.

    • #288263

      It is probably a pressure reducing valve.

    • #288264

      The two sections bolted together sound like a flange used on larger sizes water mains.

      This could be a “fish trap” as many LOCAL DEP codes do require them.

      It could also be a check valve as older systems did rely on these dvices as a back flow preventer.

      It could be a strainer as they also were popular devices to be installed especially for well or other sandy water conditions.

      Sight unseen is could be almost anything including a pilot valve used to control other apparatus like a high water/low water alarm like we use of fire supression combination systems coming off the domestic supply.

      You didnt menthion the size of the building main or the use like commerical etc.

      Sure is fun taking a shot in the dark HUH? LOL

    • #288265

      RPZ valve ….. Restricted pressure zone, anti vac valve ??

      How do you get the fish out of the “fish trap” to cook ’em ??

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