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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by hunter, May 30, 2008.
Would a plunger pump work for compost tea?
THAT is a very good question ! if only we had a little more info to back it up
My answer is.............sure OR if you were sailing down the sidewalk and your front tire fell off how many pancakes can you fit into a doghouse
A plunger pump attached to what exactly
a syringe, a rieffer dolly, Dolly Partons rieffer dolly
Its been a long week, pardon me
i think he means a diagram pump, and yes you can, the problem with piston pumps is the wear points hurt the biology, impeller/ centrifugal pumps are ok as long as the impeller is not like a razor blade, diaphragm pumps have less sharp points and maintain an evener pressure, they are the pump of choice.
I wish Tim where here in this post, his info seems to be supreme
I have diaphragm pumps on my sprayer at this time, and use one to transfer from the brew tank to the sprayer tank. But I am building another tank system inside a van that I want to use just for spraying yards.
It is a plunger pump not a diaphragm pump. It has a 4 GPM and 200 max psi.