i just assembled my hose for my new scamp
. this is what i have.
a preasure regulator, 60 psi. then a filter, has charcoal and sediment filter. you never know what crawled in the faucet since the last time it was used. then my hose. and a brass 90 fitting so the hose doesn't stick out and kink or put extra stress on the connections. i have them all preassembled. on the trailer end i have a plastic cap to keep dirt and creapy crawlies out. on the faucet end i have my blow out valve as a handy way to store it,, and keep stuff out of that end at the same time.
i think the preasure regulator is what your needing. it keeps high preasure from blowing your plumbing lines loose.
some camp grounds have to push water a long ways and need a higher preasure to service everyones needs.
Originally Posted by Daniel A.
I'm guessing a bit here but if it is the water connection for hooking a hose up to the trailer than yes you need a pressure reducer inline.
They are cheap and take the pressure from 60psi down to 30psi so you don't over pressure the plastic lines.
i think most are from 50-60 pounds, hose presure can be well over 100ppsi,