What Is a Palmer Valve?


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.
Q&A Related to "What Is a Palmer Valve"
pretty much. Besides, they do make an automag valve. It's called the Sideline Stabilizer. You can gut the back half of your mag valve (the regulator part) and just run the stabilizer
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