I don't know. I no longer have my original notes. As I said, the numbers were published in the manual, and that it where I took them from. As I said, I didn't agree with the whole concept of recording actual voltage/amperage results from a single machine, so that is why I forgot that I even did it.And the full flow amperage was?
Yes, and that affirms what everyone here agrees with. When you block the inlet to a pump/vacuum/blower, it will be at its lowest load. No one disagrees with that (as far as I know)........without any over speed control servos to keep the DC motor from running away it destroyed the blower wheel on the first try as soon as it hit the eggs......
My original posting was regarding the difference between blocking the inlet versus the outlet. The original postings prior to mine were oversimplifying the situation and claiming that it made no difference. Bob (Iwire) has shown that with a reverse-curve impeller it makes no difference. My results show that with other types, it does make a difference. That was the whole point of my posting when I said it was being over simplified.
I never said it was totally wrong. I said it was being over simplified.
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