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    2" pumped inlet on eazypod

    Guys I've got an eazypod that is going to be pump fed, has anyone or does anyone know if I can feed this with a 2" pumped pipe? I've got a retro bd which I'm going to hard pipe to my pump then up to the eazypod. I've already purchased all the 2" fittings, ball valve and pipe but now I'm not sure it'll work correctly.

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    Yes it will be fine on a 2 inch but don't pump over 10000L an hour they run best at 7000L to 8000L It will flow more than 10000 but It will miss lots of bits

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogmondiev6 View Post
    Guys I've got an eazypod that is going to be pump fed, has anyone or does anyone know if I can feed this with a 2" pumped pipe? I've got a retro bd which I'm going to hard pipe to my pump then up to the eazypod. I've already purchased all the 2" fittings, ball valve and pipe but now I'm not sure it'll work correctly.

    Cheers

    Sent from my SM-G977B using Tapatalk
    I'm running mine 40mm flexi in and 3" pressure out. That's on a 10K lph pump running at 90% so would think that's 7K to 8K lph allowing for flow losses? Going to try a retro fit BD soon though.

    Be interested to see how you get on with your set up as it sounds fairly similar to mine.

    I have a multi cyclone between the UVC and the Pod which I'm not 100% sure it's doing a massive amount as it only catches stuff that doesn't float

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