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Jul 27, 2012


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Plumbing works because water is kept under pressure within the pipes. If a water main connection runs into the basement of a house, the water still flows on the second floor because of the pressure. In ancient times, this pressure was created by the force of gravity. In modern times, this is done with powerful pumps instead.

Kenny Bodanis


Mike Cornelia

This is a very interesting article. My friend who works in Atlanta plumbing has tried to explain to me how this system works. It is quite fascinating how this whole process works. Thanks for the very interesting share!


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