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What psi is required to move 1260gpm of water in a 1 inc diameter pipe

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Try to check this guide.
Water flow pipe sizes

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Can you put a 3/4 pressure relief valve on a water boiler that has a 1 inch valve on it with the same 50 psi


pressure is one of the variables - other is maximum flow, in case of pressure relief valve (safety valve) if valve was calculated at 50psi and flow of say 10gallon/sec, if you change the diameter, your flow will drop significantly, in case of 1" drop to 3/4" drop will be by nearly 45%! and that is significant drop...

i would suggest do not use reducer but 1" relief valve as required...

if you wan to establish bit more calculations on the subject, go to this site and have play with variations, sele3ct correct calculator and enjoy :
http://www.tlv.com/global/TI/calculator/

reverse engineering will be here:
https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/calculate-water-pressure-coming-out-of-a-pipe.274737/

hope this will help you a bit - do not forget to vote...

Feb 23, 2015 | Water Water Heaters

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Hi i got a main pipe bringing in water


I wouldn't put psi any higher and it should run two small homes

Oct 03, 2014 | Water Sport

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Water does not stop from drain pipe


Hello, welcome to FixYa.
I understand you have a Whirlpool washer, "water does not stop from drain pipe", correct ? You didn't specify if this is a top load or a front load, so I'll reply with a general rule of what may be happening based on your description...regardless of what type of washer it is.
To address this, and as long as water is indeed entering the unit here`s what I find is most common when dealing with the symptom you`ve described ( as long as water isn't filling over the top on top-load machines...that indicates a different issue ) I'd suspect the drain hose is lying down on the floor or is pushed down into the stand-pipe too far.
If the drain hose is below the water level entering the washer it will siphon out immediately. The drain hose must be above the highest point the washer has to fill, ( refer to your manual, but it is typically recommended to be about "48 to "60 in height but not more than 90" or so )
**The standpipe drain requires a minimum diameter standpipe of 2" (5 cm). The minimum carry-away capacity can be no less than 17 gal. (64 L) per minute. A 2" (5 cm) diameter to 1" (2.5 cm) diameter standpipe adapter kit is available. " The top of the standpipe must be at least 39" (99 cm) high and no higher than 96" (244 cm) from the bottom of the washer.**
Also if it is in a stand pipe insure it isn't pushed in too far, just a few inches and then secure it without completely covering over the opening or that too will cause it to siphon. Check your drain hose.
Let me know if this was indeed the case and if so please rate the solution accordingly. If not we can move forward from there. Thank's for coming to FixYa and good luck.
Regards,
Macmarkus :)

Oct 12, 2011 | Whirlpool Washing Machines

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Heater takes more than 1 minute to get water to kit faucet , then temp fluctuates


1) Guesses: Sounds like a bad single-handled faucet cartridge, or low water flow at faucet, or clogged water filter.
Replace faucet cartridge, clean the aerator, and/or clean sediment out of pipes below sink, and clean water filter at tankless unit each month.

2) For exact measure of problem:
Typical faucet can have 2 gallon per minute flow rate.
2 gpm flow rate means faucet fills 1 gallon container in 30 seconds. Test faucet using 1 gallon container and a cooking timer to get flow rate.
Clean aerator to improve flow rate. Compare kitchen flow rate with other faucets in home.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Low-hot-water-pressure.html

Most homes have 1/2" diameter pipe running to kitchen faucet.
100 feet of 1/2" diameter pipe holds 1.2 gallons of water. This assumes no sediment build-up inside pipes.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Water-heater-recirculation-system.html

Assuming only hot is turned on: If faucet is 100 feet away from water heater, and pipe diameter is unobstructed 1/2" diameter, and faucet has 2 gallon per minute water flow, then hot water should arrive in 36 seconds.
50 feet away, and hot water should arrive in 18 seconds.

If kitchen has single handled faucet, and the handle is raised in the middle, then equal amounts of hot and cold water are drawn at same time. This doubles amount of time for hot water to arrive.

If single handle faucet has a bad cartridge, then faucet can have crossover.
Crossover means that cold water can enter the faucet even if faucet is turned to hot.
Bad single-handled faucet cartridge can delay or stop the arrival of hot water.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Crossover.html

Tankless require maintenance including cleaning combustion parts yearly, de-lime heat exchanger frequently, and clean water filter each month.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Tankless-maintenance.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Bosch_Overcoming_fluctuating_temps.pdf
http://waterheatertimer.org/Troubleshoot-Rheem-Tankless-water-heater.html

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What is max. gpm and pis of the wisperflo punp 011773


Your question sort of requires two answers as the max flow and max psi are not the same yet relate to one another.

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.

PSI as read on a gauge on a filter attached to this pump will NOT be the same as the ratings I am giving you here.

John

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We just moved and now my washing machine (which was working properly) won't fill. The water just drains out. Could it be off cycle? Please let me know any suggestions you might have.


Hello, welcome to FixYa.

You specified this is a new or recent install, and as long as water is indeed entering the unit here`s what I find is most common when dealing with the symptom you`ve described ( as long as water isn't filling over the top...that indicates a different issue )

I'd suspect the drain hose is lying down on the floor or is pushed down into the stand-pipe too far.

If the drain hose is below the water level entering the washer it will siphon out immediately. The drain hose must be above the highest point the washer has to fill, ( refer to your manual, but it is typically recommended to be about "48 to "60 in height but not more than 90" or so )


**The standpipe drain requires a minimum diameter standpipe of 2" (5 cm). The minimum carry-away capacity can be no less than 17 gal. (64 L) per minute. A 2" (5 cm) diameter to 1" (2.5 cm) diameter standpipe adapter kit is available. " The top of the standpipe must be at least 39" (99 cm) high and no higher than 96" (244 cm) from the bottom of the washer.**

Also if it is in a stand pipe insure it isn't pushed in too far, just a few inches and then secure it without completely covering over the opening or that too will cause it to siphon.

Check your drain hose. Let me know if this was indeed the case and if so please rate the solution accordingly. If not we can move forward from there.

Thank's for coming to FixYa and good luck.


Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Jun 02, 2011 | Admiral AW22 Top Load Washer

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What size npt thread is the adaptor


Common American National Standard Pipe Taper Threads
  • NPT - National Pipe Thread Taper
  • FPT - female (internal) National Pipe Taper threads
  • MPT - male (external) National Pipe Taper threads
  • NPTF - Dryseal American National Standard Taper Pipe Thread (ANSI B1.20.3)
For NPT threads a sealant compound or Teflon tape must be used for a leak-free seal. For NPTF no sealant is needed for a sealing.
Characteristics of NPT (also known as ANSI/ASME B1.20.1 Pipe Threads, General Purpose):
  • tapered thread 1o 47'
  • truncation of roots and crests are flat
  • 60o thread angle
  • pitch is measured in threads per inch
Note! Pipe sizes do not refer to any physical dimensions. The outside diameter of a pipe or fitting must be measured and compared to a table for size identification. A 3/4" NPT pipe thread has an outside diameter - OD - of 1.050 inches.
Each thread size has a defined number of threads per inch - TPI, or pitch. The 3/4" NPT pipe thread has 14 threads per inch. Both the TPI and OD of the thread are required for positive identification of thread size because more than one size have the same TPI.
NPT - American Standard Pipe Thread Taper 1) Pipe Size
(inches) Threads per Inch
TPI - pitch Approximate Length of Thread (inches) Approximate Number of Threads to be Cut Approximate Total thread Makeup, Hand and Wrench (inches) Nominal Outside Pipe Diameter
OD
(inches) Tap Drill
(inches) 1/16" 27 0.313 1/8" 27 3/8 10 1/4 0.405 R 1/4" 18 5/8 11 3/8 0.540 7/16 3/8" 18 5/8 11 3/8 0.675 37/64 1/2" 14 3/4 10 7/16 0.840 23/32 3/4" 14 3/4 10 1/2 1.050 59/64 1" 11-1/2 7/8 10 9/16 1.315 1-5/32 1-1/4" 11-1/2 1 11 9/16 1.660 1-1/2 1-1/2" 11-1/2 1 11 9/16 1.900 1-47/64 2" 11-1/2 1 11 5/8 2.375 2-7/32 2-1/2" 8 1 1/2 12 7/8 2.875 2-5/8 3" 8 1 1/2 12 1 3.500 3-1/4 3-1/2" 8 1 5/8 13 1 1/16 4.000 3-3/4 4" 8 1 5/8 13 1 1/16 4.500 4-1/4 4 1/2" 8 5.000 4-3/4 5" 8 1 3/4 14 1 3/16 5.563 5-9/32 6" 8 1 3/4 14 1 3/16 6.625 6-11/32 8" 8 1 7/8 15 1 5/16 8.625 10" 8 2 16 1 1/2 10.750 12" 8 2 1/8 17 1 5/8 12.750 14" 8 14.000 16" 8 16.000 1) The taper is 1/16 inch in an inch, which is the same as 3/4 inch in a foot (angle 1o 47')
NPT threads are not interchangeable with NPS - National Pipe Straight - threads.
NPT threads may look similar to ISO 7/1 threads. However, ISO and NPT threads should not be mixed. ISO threads have 55o taper angle versus 60o for NPT. The NPT root and crest configurations are also different from ISO. For ISO threads pitch is usually measured in millimeters (may be expressed in Inch). The pitch are different.

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Won't stop filling with water & won't agitate


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

You've haven't specified if this is a new or recent install, but here`s what I find is most common when dealing with the symptom you`ve described ( as long as water isn't filling over the top...that indicates a different issue )

I'd suspect the drain hose is lying down on the floor or is pushed down into the stand-pipe too far.

If the drain hose is below the water level entering the washer it will siphon out immediately. The drain hose must be above the highest point the washer has to fill, ( refer to your manual, but it is typically recommended to be about "48 to "60 in height but not more than 90" or so )


**The standpipe drain requires a minimum diameter standpipe of 2" (5 cm). The minimum carry-away capacity can be no less than 17 gal. (64 L) per minute. A 2" (5 cm) diameter to 1" (2.5 cm) diameter standpipe adapter kit is available. " The top of the standpipe must be at least 39" (99 cm) high and no higher than 96" (244 cm) from the bottom of the washer.**

Also if it is in a stand pipe insure it isn't pushed in too far, just a few inches and then secure it without completely covering over the opening or that too will cause it to siphon.

Check your drain hose. Let me know if this was indeed the case and if so please rate the solution accordingly. If not we can move forward from there.

Thank's for coming to FixYa and good luck.


Regards,

Macmarkus :)

Feb 22, 2011 | Kenmore 24032\24036 Top Load Washer

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Where is the ac lowside port located on a 2005 gmc savanna van


The low side port of the 2005 GMC savanna Van is located on the low pressure side of the compressor.

This is found by locating the compressor driven by a belt that has a clutch that engages and disengages as the a/c cycles.

The low pressure piping is always in the larger diameter piping, and the high pressure side is always contained in the smaller diameter piping.

Therefore, follow the thick pipes from the compressor up to the accumulator, which looks like a large can of soup. On the accumulator receiver/drier is a port that connects to the tube that is connected to the can of r134a freon refrigerant.

Simply quick connect the tube to the low side port, which is located on the 'thick' tubing or on the accumulator and then fill until the low side pressure is 25 psi to 45 psi while the compressor is running.

When the car is off and the compressor is not running, the pressure should be 75 psi to 100 psi on a hot day.

Hopefully the system doesn't have a leak slow or fast in it.

Aug 17, 2010 | 2005 GMC Savana

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