why is this even posted? can be had cheaper and cheaper still on trade!
The pipes are clipped as far as the ones I can see.As for the correct terminology who cares it cured the problem .Just putting my experience out there it may or may not work for others but it's a 2 min process to see if it helps and cost nothing which is kind of what this site is about
umm..your not turning down the pressure your turning down the flow rate...not the same thing.
Pipe clips won't stop water hammer, they will only stop pipes banging. Turning down a stop tap will not reduce the pressure but will ease the effects of the water surge filling the system each time an appliance or tap shuts. A vertical capped off peace of pipe fitted adjacent to the offending appliance will do a similar job. Air traps in the vertical when the system is filled and will act as a damper. Saying that air will leak into the system over time meaning the system will have to be drained and refilled for eg. Inside these hammer arrestors there is normally a piston with seals to stop the air on the pressurised side escaping. The thing to do is investigate whether you have banging pipes or water hammer.
Tackle poss airlock first open taps lowest first open all flush out airlock