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What is the flow rate of a water pump running with 2.5 bar pressure?

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To ensure activation of the heating elements, the
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How can I verify that water flow rate to my Hayward H series heater is above minimum required 20 GPM?


Most pool pump/filter systems are designed to achieve the minimum recommended flow rate. A pump system with at least 1HP motor should achieve the minimum flow rate, but a 0.75HP motor would likely also achieve it. The Hayward H series heaters do not include a water flow rate sensor, but rather use a water pressure sensor to verify the pump is operating. If the system has insufficient water flow even when the pressure is within normal operating limits, the heater will likely over heat and open the water pressure relief valve located on the outlet header. This condition could occur if the down-stream line is blocked (by a closed valve or similar condition). It is important to avoid this condition since the heater will release pressure via opening a relief valve, spilling water directly out of the heater manifold.

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Iam wanting to buy a 2-way cylinder to run off one of my outlets i need to know the pressure that my sk 1020 has ; in order to buy the correct one


Type Komatsu sk1020
Pump Gear
Max. flow - auxiliary hydraulic 21 gal/min 80 ltr./min
Max. pressure - auxiliary hydraulic 3,045 psi 210 bar
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I have a grundfos mq 35 pump to boost pressure in my hot and cold system. due to loss of water recently pump ran dry and shut down. when water returned the system was restarted and pump reset. we now get...


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Will the Grundfos RCP-96 model work with my Rinnai tankless heater model # C85e-1?


Grundfos RCP-96 has Flow range: 0 - 27.5 U.S. GPM
According to Amazon spec sheet:
http://www.amazon.com/Grundfos-RCP-96-UP515-55SFC-Recirculator-Timer/dp/B00128BJAO

Most tankless require .4 GPM to start burner and .25 GPM to maintain burner
Rinnai does not show C85e-1 so you will have to consult your manual to see minimum water flow requirement.
http://www.rinnai.us/tankless-water-heater/
Sample manual from Rainnai mentions 'minimum flow rate' several times but doesn't give specific number. Yet promotion blurb on page 1 says "Ultra operates at a lower minimum flow rate."
http://www.rinnai.us/documentation/downloads/U290-665x0200_Condensing_Manual_EN_FR_1-2010.pdf
Another rinnai manual mentions flow rate several times in troubleshoot section yet fails to define what that rate is:
http://www.rinnai.us/documentation/downloads/U287-1833_VB_Series_R75LSi_R94LSi_R98LSi_Manual_EN_FR_EN_FR.pdf

It might seem that tankless promoters are CTA by failing to mention specific flow rate numbers.
I think tankless promotion is a definite overachiever, and vague flow rate is one tiny example.
It proves the necessity of reading whole manual and asking questions before buying a tankless.
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Your flow rate may vary, especially over time, and especially if water in your area is not crystal clear, and you are not diligent with correct water softener and filter.
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Read tankless efficiency vrs water softener
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Bradford White tankless vrs tank side by side
Lime scale does not flush out of tankless
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http://www.pmengineer.com/Articles/Cover_Story/8cf9e86f7c298010VgnVCM100000f932a8c0____
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valve with strainer.
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control top. Fill it full with water, replace the
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11. Shut the power off, and connect the sprinkler
pump hose.
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1.Turn off the power going to the pump.
2.Drain all the water inside the pressure tank.
3.Open the priming port plug of the pump, and fill it
full with water.
4. Put the priming port plug back in place. Close the
flow control valve and start the pump.
5. Slowly open the flow control valve to 1/8 to 1/4
open and see the flow stabilize at 20 psi of the
pressure gauge.
Hope this will help.

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With a flat head screw head driver adjust the pump pressure. The screw is on the left side of the image below.

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