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The max flow is ~105 gpm at ~26 ft./hd or 11.3 psi.

The max psi (head) the pump can operate under is 40 psi or ~85 ft./hd at which flow is ~35 gpm.

In other words, in a pipe system with low resistance it moves up to 105 gpm and in a very complex system with lots of elevation changes and a lot of resistance the pump will move about 35 gpm.

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