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    Senior Member Letsrunum's Avatar
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    Was that hill there originally and it's water demand with the original design?

    100' 2.31' = 43.29psi loss in elevation rise so a constant 50psi would actually be 6.71psi(not counting friction loss and pressure loss)at the top of the hill(still low pressure in the system where friction loss and pressure losses going through the pipe line still can't keep up with water demand (test yourself).

    What size pump do you have and what is your water demand?
    Last edited by Letsrunum; 05-07-2019 at 03:48 PM. Reason: Had to fix my math mistake...nobody said anything

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