What Is a Palmer Valve?

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In the construction of buildings and roads, a palmer valve is a mechanical opening located in the side wall of a floor drain with the aim of discharging stormwater. A stormwater collection system is an important aspect that must be considered in the planning of a city. The valve is designed for the purpose of preventing backflow of sanitary sewer into the stormwater system.
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