Q: What does 0.4 GPM mean?

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Multiply gpm by the number of minutes the flow lasted, to find the gallons of volume that flowed during that time.

You need to know the linear density.

8 GPM

3gpm

0.1gpm/sq-ft

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52 gpm

gallon per minute (gpm).

Gallons per minute. This is usually used with liquid flow, like from a pump.

Kw x 3412 / 10000 = gpm I think

It doesn't make any difference how many sides of the pool are negative edge, only the total number of linear feet of negative edge and how level you can make the edge. The longer the edge the more important it is that it be level, because even small amounts of out of level require huge flow rates to compensate for. Approximate GPM required per linear foot for various water depths: 1/8" - 5 gpm ¼" - 10 gpm ½" - 17 gpm ¾" - 28 gpm 1" - 40 gpm 1.5" - 70 gpm 2" - 105 gpm As a minimum 5x35=175 GPM

Most domestic ones flow at a little over 2 gpm.

Under 400 GPM at best (without friction)

Yes, a water softener that put out 9gpm will be able to accommodate a home that puts out a 5 gpm.

almost 400 GPM

To convert gallons per hour (gph) to gallons per minute (gpm), simply divide the flow rate by 60 (since there are 60 minutes in an hour). Therefore, 2650 gph is equivalent to 44.17 gpm.

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Gallons per minute, a unit of volumetric flow rate