Even though people explain it to me, I still don't quite understand what is the difference between a circuit balancing valve and a pressure reducing valve. Balancing valves are used in bypass situations and have an adjustable setting. Sounds like a pressure reducing valve to me. Also, what is the difference between a circuit setter and a circuit balancing valve? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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