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    • #273843
      MasterPlumbers
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      Is there an easy way to increase cold water pressure from 0.2 bar to about 2 bar??

      Can one obtain a small mechanical device to do this???

    • #288675
      wpc

      The GPMS @ application for would be needed for an educated answer.

    • #288676

      quote:


      Originally posted by wpc:
      The GPMS @ application for would be needed for an educated answer.


      I don’t understand your reply…
      What is the GPMS??? Please elaborate…

      Regards,
      Dan

    • #288677
      wpc

      GPM= GALLONS/MINUTE. You would need to know the application that you are going to use this for.

    • #288678

      quote:


      Originally posted by wpc:
      GPM= GALLONS/MINUTE. You would need to know the application that you are going to use this for.


      Going need about 2bar to operate a toilet flushing mechanism which uses the coanda effect to initiate the syphon action to ‘start the flush’. However I do not know the GPM required by this device…

      Still, can you help??

      Regards,
      Dan

    • #288679

      quote:


      Originally posted by wpc:
      GPM= GALLONS/MINUTE. You would need to know the application that you are going to use this for.


      Going need about 2bar to operate a toilet flushing mechanism which uses the ‘coanda effect’ to initiate the syphon action to ‘start the flush’. However I do not know the GPM required by this device…

      Still, can you help??

      Regards,
      Dan

    • #288680
      wpc

      With only .2bar {2.9lbs) pressure @ not knowing inlet gallons available all that I can do is suggest an inline pump to boost pressure, but keep in mind that if you do not have the gallons available it will not work. The thing you have to keep in mind that the pump will increase pressure to overcome friction loss, if the volume is not available to the pump it will not work.

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