I have about 5.5 bars of pressure at the arrival of the network. I would like to know how to install a pressure reducer at the entrance of the network.
The pressure of the water flowing through the pipes is generally 3 bars. This is much more in your case, which can cause noise and damage some appliances (for example the safety group of your water heater). You will easily find a reducer. Place it with suitable fittings just after the counter. Shut off the main valve, interpose the reducer between the meter outlet and the pipe. You can also move the gearbox further down the installation.
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