Posted on August 16, 2022
It’s not the part of your body that sits in between your shoulders nor is it the frothy foam on top of beer and carbonated beverages.
It is a unit of measure for pressure in a plumbing system describing the vertical elevation and piping resistance that water must overcome.
It’s not a term that means you need a drink of water, pronto!
It is a device used in water heating systems for controlling water temperature ensuring the availability of tempered water.
3. Cycle Time
It’s not the time you decide to take a ride on a bike.
It is the amount of time it takes a toilet to complete a flush cycle, from the instant it is flushed until the water supply shuts off.
It’s not the rubber piece you find on the end of a baby bottle.
It is a fitting that is a short piece of pipe. A nipple is usually provided with a male pipe thread (MPT) connection at each end of the fitting, which are used to make a watertight seal when connecting piping threaded fittings, valves or equipment.
It’s not the thing you stand on to determine one’s body weight.
It is a buildup of minerals and other deposits in areas that come in contact with water, including pipes and plumbing fixtures.