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So it seems that perhaps using 3/8 tube on a meter with 1/4 NPT fittings is not such a stoopid thing to do?

I guess those instructions and tests done earlier weren't so definitive after all.

Props for actually coming back and posting that rather than just disappearing though.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 2/2/16 at 8:08pm
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For the flow meters, and reading affected by tubing size.
Heres what I think.

Diffrent tubbing size will make the water flow diffrentlyh.
To get a reading properly, water must flow and make the meter move.

Installing the wrong tubing size will cause the water to flow from the sides of the meter .
Water flows in the parth that has less resitance and thats plorbally what it is doing, slipping though the sides of the rotating piece in the flow meter
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Originally Posted by Jakusonfire View Post

So it seems that perhaps using 3/8 tube on a meter with 1/4 NPT fittings is not such a stoopid thing to do?

I guess those instructions and tests done earlier weren't so definitive after all.

Props for actually coming back and posting that rather than just disappearing though.

being that close, yes, probably not that bad.

but I will post it all when I am finished.

still have a whole loop to build.
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did I miss a post?
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That is fact you are wrong or at the very least you are backwards.

ok so how did you know that my understanding was backwards?
I am wrong, and in fact my understanding is backwards, the mid range of the rotameter does a very good job of correcting the mistake of having the wrong sized tubing.
but I am stubborn so I decided to test the meter at all the flow rates with the wrong sized tubing and as I go up and down the scale from the middle the amount that the meter is off becomes greater.
but with the right sized tubing the rotameter is very accurate all the way up and down the scale.

I will have accurate results, as I am weighing the water after each live test of the system to be a little more accurate.

yea
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Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

For the flow meters, and reading affected by tubing size.
Heres what I think.

Diffrent tubbing size will make the water flow diffrentlyh.
To get a reading properly, water must flow and make the meter move.

Installing the wrong tubing size will cause the water to flow from the sides of the meter .
Water flows in the parth that has less resitance and thats plorbally what it is doing, slipping though the sides of the rotating piece in the flow meter

You are trolling us right? You have to be trolling at this point I just.......... IDK.
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being that close, yes, probably not that bad.

but I will post it all when I am finished.

still have a whole loop to build.

Ya for real though props for coming back with that info smile.gif. Now lets retest that OP and be more structured about it I really want to see the results, I think you may see some gains due to everything being parallel I am very curious as to what you find.
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You are trolling us right? You have to be trolling at this point I just.......... IDK..

I think he's serious....
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I think he's serious....
Of course I am serious.
I use a mechnaical flow meter and it has 3 holes my dad told me that if I use the wrong holes the flow meter wouldn't work properly.
And I got the same idea on the tubes
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You are trolling us right? You have to be trolling at this point I just.......... IDK.
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Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

Of course I am serious.
I use a mechnaical flow meter and it has 3 holes my dad told me that if I use the wrong holes the flow meter wouldn't work properly.
And I got the same idea on the tubes

That's what she sa... oh nvm. biggrin.gif
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