Is low pressure a problem for Shurflo 2088?
I have a Shurflo 2088 that I want to use to increase the pressure in the water tank. There will be an unlimited amount of water from the tank, but almost no psi. Is that going to be a problem? The Shurflo manual states: "If the water supply is limited or the flow rate is very low, the pump can re-pressurize the outlet faster than the liquid is released, resulting in a fast cycle." I could also potentially place the pump and pressure tank at a lower height, where it would have more head and slightly more psi.
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These pumps are activated by a drop in pressure. They will continue pumping until they reach a pre set pressure. That being said they need to output into a closed system. I would think that using them to fill a tank you would need to be able to manually shut them off. Possibly a float switch could be set up to start/stop the pump.
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