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RobB023
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22/02/2019 9:39 pm  

Hi All,

I have seen something somewhere about timing a 5gal bucket filling to work out a rough gph for the running speed of equipment.

Now, I have been over each link and bookmark but can't find it.

Has anyone got this information please?

 

Many Thanx 😁😀😁


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Joe S AK
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22/02/2019 11:11 pm  

Hey Rob, 

Yeah, I have it put away somewhere but my "storage facility" rivals Rayzer's workshop for "stuff per square inch".  🙄 

Lets see now, to fill:

1 five gallon bucket in 60 seconds = 5 GPM  = 300 GPH = 12 seconds per gallon.   

1 bucket in 30 seconds = 10 GPM = 600 GPH  = 6 seconds per gallon.

1 bucket in 20 seconds = 15 GPM =900 GPH = 4 seconds per gallon.

1 bucket in 15 seconds = 20 GPM =1200 GPH = 3 seconds per gallon. 

1 bucket in 10 seconds = 30 GPM =1800 GPH = 2 seconds per gallon. 

OUCH!  That really makes my head hurt!    😟 

I think that should get you in the ball park. 

 

Joe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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RobB023
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23/02/2019 9:17 am  

You are a star! Cheers Joe 👍👍👍


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