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Wednesday, July 20th 2005, 3:28pm

by Wet_Boots

If it were the filter on the outlet you were concerned with becoming clogged, you could protect the pump with a pressure control switch and a tiny water pressure tank, like those used on hot water heating systems.

Wednesday, July 20th 2005, 2:54pm


controlling pump when filter clogs

Help, I want to put a filter before and after my pump from the dirty ground water I will use. I think I need a device that will shut the pump off if the flow is weak(since this may indicate my filters are clogged). Anyone know what type flow switch I need and where I might get one? Part number would be great. What about how to wire it it?