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post #11 of 13 Old 12-24-2007, 08:19 AM
Here is the Eheim flow chart.

1262 - 200GPH at 11 feet, 700GPH at 4 feet
1260 - 200GPH at 10 feet, 700GPH at 0 feet
1060 - 200GPH at 7 feet
1250 - 200GPH at 3 feet
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post #12 of 13 Old 12-24-2007, 08:30 AM
Quiet One flow chart

1200 - 298GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 4 ft
2200 - 581GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 7 ft
3000 - 780GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 9 ft
4000 - 1,017GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 10 ft
4400HH - 980GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 13 ft (700GPH at 8.5 ft)
6000 - 1,506GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 11 ft
9000 - 2,328GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 19 ft (700 GPH at 16 ft)
14000 - 3,624GPH at 0 ft, 200GPH at 33 ft (700GPH at 30 ft)
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post #13 of 13 Old 12-24-2007, 09:06 AM
It would be very difficult to find an appropriate pump for those demands. You'll definitely need a pressure rated pump like for a pool or spa. They use massive amounts of electricity and are very noisy. Would be best to call pump manufacturers for such a question. I'd start with Sequence as they have a huge line of large pumps.
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