L/min

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L/minLitres per Minute
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And to keep it cool at such a rate, its water pump can fill an average sized bathtub every 11 seconds at 800 litres per minute.
Therefore calculate the supply as follows: 100 litres x 50% /3 hours = 17 litres/cow/hour 200 cows x 17 litres = 3,400 litres per hour = a supply requirement of 56 litres per minute.
A highlight of the new range is the nature-inspired, Philippe Starck-designed Axor Starck Organic collection, with an even more reduced flow rate of 3.5l litres per minute.
Gordon was given 15 litres per minute instead of only two litres.
"It was coming out at the rate of a hose pipe turned on full." The UK's Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (DEFRA) estimates that hosepipes use up to 18 litres per minute. At this rate, over 125,000 litres could have been wasted in five days of leakage.
The FEIN Dustex 25 with its 24 lime container has a power consumption of 1300 W, a vacuum of 230 mbar and a maximum air throughput of 3300 litres per minute. With its compact dimensions and weighing in at just 7 kg, it is the ideal choice for mobile use on construction sites and customers' premises.
Tests show it can limit the flow rate in a typical shower to 7.7 litres per minute, saving more than 21,000 litres of water per year for an average family of four.
It provides a 3/2-way function and features fast venting with an exhaust flow rate of 6,000 litres per minute, 1.5 times its standard maximum operational flow rate.
Swimmers can even adjust the force of the current, which flows at a maximum rate of 30,000 litres per minute. A motor pulls the water from the bottom of the pool and pushes it back out at the top.
Methods Brown suggested for reducing consumption include flow controls on showers, cutting flow from 15 litres per minute to nine litres per minute and control flows on tap water that would reduce consumption from ten litres per minute to 4.5 litres per minute.
Brunswick Instrumentation says it can supply the comprehensive range of coolers from Baldwin, from the simple Classic 125 to high capacity coolers specifically designed for high flow rate, high ambient temperature, with flow rates to 20 litres per minute. Tony Howard, 44-1273-704-949, www.brunswick-instrumentation.co.uk.
The E8 3/8" Mini-Matic Pump weighs just three pounds, yet is capable of pumping up to 6.8 gallons per minute (26 litres per minute) and delivering pressures up to 100 psi (6.8 bar)--making this convenient, adaptable pump ideal for a range of demanding applications.