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that is your opinion, and my experiment will show what ever it shows, like I have stated you my digest that information how ever you like.

Which part is my opinion? The part about the rotometer? That is fact you are wrong or at the very least you are backwards and exaggerating.

The thing is with the rotometers, is that what you are saying doesn't make any since. Your saying that reducing restriction will lower his flow rate and no that is not accurate.

If your claim is that his flow rate between the Toto meter and a koolance flow meter are differing that may be true. However not by 1/2 I do not think.

However to your op I am in agreeance with you did you read the whole post. I am agreeing with your OP, the problem with the OP is the way you are saying it. And the lack of proffesionalism in the post. I told you if you showed me something I could wrap my head around I would help you and I am now offering that.
Edited by Cyber Locc - 1/30/16 at 7:12pm
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See he still hasn't posted these imaginary instructions for the flow meter that states the rota meter needs to use "3/4 to 1 inch tubing". Then He goes on to say that 3/4 and 1 inch tubing will provide different readings. Make sense of that if you can.

Cyber locc you seem to have confused what he is saying. He isn't saying larger tube will actually lower flow rate in a loop. He is saying saying different sized tubing will make the meter read differently even if the flow rate is the same.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 1/30/16 at 7:36pm
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See he still hasn't posted these imaginary instructions for the flow meter that states the rota meter needs to use "3/4 to 1 inch tubing". Then He goes on to say that 3/4 and 1 inch tubing will provide different readings. Make sense of that if you can.

Cyber locc you seen to have confused what he is saying. He isn't saying larger tube will actually lower flow rate in a loop. He is saying saying different sized tubing will make the meter read differently even if the flow rate is the same.

Okay ya then ya that's just crazzy. He is on to something sorta with his op though. However he isn't presenting in a meaningful way. I am not even sure he knows why it is working just that is lol.

Now I realize that what I was giving you credit for figuring out you didn't even figure out lol I did with your crazziness. I'm pulling my thoughts on it.

Thanks though because this put me on to a very very good idea. I will test it asap and most likely implore it in my future builds smile.gif

When my test bench is done, I will build a bench to show this theory that I have derived from yours. But right now my subzero cooling is more important.
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See he still hasn't posted these imaginary instructions for the flow meter that states the rota meter needs to use "3/4 to 1 inch tubing". Then He goes on to say that 3/4 and 1 inch tubing will provide different readings. Make sense of that if you can.

Cyber locc you seem to have confused what he is saying. He isn't saying larger tube will actually lower flow rate in a loop. He is saying saying different sized tubing will make the meter read differently even if the flow rate is the same.

yes this is what I am saying.

the size of the tubing, changes the velocity of the system, there for the rotameter will never read the correct flow rate for the system, with the wrong sized tubing attached to it.
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yes this is what I am saying.

the size of the tubing, changes the velocity of the system, there for the rotameter will never read the correct flow rate for the system, with the wrong sized tubing attached to it.

Okay this is easy man, Velocity =/= Flow Rate.
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that is your opinion, and my experiment will show what ever it shows, like I have stated you my digest that information how ever you like.

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Ya only problem with that is....
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http://imgur.com/a/QMYza



well it seems that the manufactures of rotameters are very specific about what tubing needs to be attached to there devices.
the different models of rotameters, require different tubing sizes to be attached to them.
Edited by toolmaker03 - 1/31/16 at 2:27pm
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http://imgur.com/a/QMYza



well it seems that the manufactures of rotameters are very specific about what tubing needs to be attached to there devices.
the different models of rotameters, require different tubing sizes to be attached to them.
I don't really understand the data sheet as well as you do. It would be helpfull if you go through it for us.

As far as I understand. I'm looking at maximum flow rate the parts can withstand. going past the rathed flow rate may mean the thing might break or start leaking
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I don't really understand the data sheet as well as you do. It would be helpfull if you go through it for us.

As far as I understand. I'm looking at maximum flow rate the parts can withstand. going past the rathed flow rate may mean the thing might break or start leaking
well at the bottom of the sheet, where it states adapter size and adapter material, it is very specific on what size the tubing is that it is being adapted from, for each different model type.
so the first example they make 4 different models of rotameters that require a build made of 1" ID pipe to be connected to it.
the second example they make 21 different models of rotameters that require a build made of 3/4" ID pipe to be connected to it.
in the third example they make 12 different models of rotameters that require a build made of 1/2" ID pipe to be connected to it.
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