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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Tom;

    Yes, like that but the price surprises me. Maybe we used ones with a different range or design, but they were more in line with the price of the one you posted above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Tom, we use in-line flow meters similar to that.

    They come in a wide range of sizes and ranges - dependant upon the flow range you wish to meassure.

    RS are not always the most competative price wise.

    Try Google'ing variable area flow meters.

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    I'm afraid that's the UK for you.
    It has always been more expensive to live on an island.
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    I don't know if this works for everyone, but my Gravity Works print washer has an exit hose, running from the bottom, and an overflow at the top. It has a click pincher on the exit hose to control the speed of the exit flow. The first time I used it, I set the pincher at several different clicks, measured the exit with a container, as suggested, then calculated the time to completely fill (or exchange) the water in the tank, and selected a click setting on the pincher that gives me several (I think 6, it's been awhile) changes of water in 45 minutes. I just use the click setting for #3, and adjust the supply so that I have just a dribble overflowing. My temp control valve has an unmeasured flow control, so this is easy.

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