Question about Comet GXD2527G Pressure Washer Pump
Are you only using gravity to feed the machines. The law of gravity is that, for every foot of elevation you will get 2 PSI ( pounds per square inch) of pressure. You can figure out the minimum volume that the manufacture requires and make sure that amount is being furnished to the machines. You will probable need to install a pump prior to the machines with a regulated return line to keep the proper amount of water running for optimum performance. Its very hard on the machine not to have the proper volume of water. So to answer your question, i don't believe you'll be able to get 9.5 GPM that the three machine need by simple using gravity. I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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