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    Liquidator flow question

    Ok I see the water flowing through the pipe into the liquidator, but on the way out of the liquidator the flow doesnlt look as fast. I am assuming water is coming out of the liquidator because the flow indicator moves from a 0 to a 4 once the pump is on. I guess my question is the flow doesnt look as fast on one end as it does the other. Is this normal?
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    Re: Liquidator flow question

    That's normal. The inlet float valve will shut off if the LQ gets full and stop the flow in. In fact you want the inlet flow to be a little greater than the outlet flow. That keeps it full.

    If the flow meter is getting to 4, it's doing fine.
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