Water Pressure

Water Pressure

According to the dictionary, water pressure is a force that makes a flow of water strong or weak.

Pressure exerted by water, being equal in all directions about a point and acting perpendicularly to any adjacent surface; a degree of such pressure.

In Australia fire protection, water pressure is measured and expressed in kilopascals (kPa).

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