Filter pump and venturi metre

In summary, the conversation discusses the use of a venturi meter and filter pump, asking for clarification on how they work. The participants mention the need for more information and discuss different types of meters and gauges used for measuring flow rate.
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hello every one :smile: i don't know if this is really the correct place for posting this question but here it goes!:wink: Can somebody tell me how the venturi metre and the filter pump work?

thanx in advance! :blushing:
 
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Welcome to PF, Cruiser. I can't speak for the others, but I personally would need a lot more information in the question. To start with, do you mean a venturi meter? The term metre refers to a unit of linear measurement. If so, would this be a vacuum gauge?
And the term 'filter pump' means nothing to me. Clarification is needed (by me, but others might know what you're asking about already). To me, a pump and a filter are separate entities.
 
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Is this a pressure meter, or a flow meter?? mass flow meters use a pressure differential to measure flow rate, and using bernoulli's eq you can easily determine the flow rate. essentially a pressure gage and a flow gage measure the same parameter (pressure), but the flow reading is an indirect measurement.
 

1. What is a filter pump?

A filter pump is a mechanical device that is used to circulate and filter water in a pool or spa. It works by drawing water from the pool or spa, passing it through a filter to remove debris and impurities, and then returning the clean water back into the pool. This process helps to keep the water clean and clear.

2. How does a filter pump work?

A filter pump works by using a motor to power an impeller, which creates suction and draws water into the pump. The water then passes through a series of filters, such as sand, cartridge, or diatomaceous earth, to remove dirt, debris, and other contaminants. The clean water is then returned to the pool through a return jet.

3. What is a venturi meter?

A venturi meter is a type of flow meter that is used to measure the flow rate of a fluid, such as water or gas, in a pipeline. It consists of a narrowing section, known as the venturi, which causes the velocity of the fluid to increase. This increase in velocity is then measured and used to calculate the flow rate.

4. How does a venturi meter work?

A venturi meter works by using the principle of Bernoulli's equation, which states that as the velocity of a fluid increases, its pressure decreases. In a venturi meter, the narrowing section causes an increase in velocity, which results in a decrease in pressure. This pressure difference is then measured and used to calculate the flow rate of the fluid.

5. What are the benefits of using a filter pump and venturi meter?

Using a filter pump and venturi meter can have several benefits, including keeping your pool or spa water clean and clear, saving energy by reducing the need for manual cleaning or chemical treatments, and accurately measuring the flow rate of water or gas in a pipeline. This can help to ensure proper maintenance and operation of your pool, spa, or industrial system.

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