When I turn on the hot water to my kitchen sink the water pressure is a
little low for a few (3 to 4) seconds, when the hot water starts comilg
out the pressure increases, this has just started to occur in the last
month or so. I don't noticed it on the other sinks or tub/showers. BTW
the kitchen sink is the closest to the electric HTO tank, any thoughts.
Basic hydraulics dictates that at rest, any closed system will have equal
pressure throughout, meaning that when it is first opened to atmospheric,
the pressure will continually drop, unless the differance is made up in
volume--this because for all practical purposes, water is considered a non
IMO, either this is a simple troll, or the OP hasnt a clue one as to the
differance between pressure and volume, and the relationship between the
If it was some problem with water company, the problem would be seen at all
places, (more or less) and not just at the kitchen sink....
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