So I got a question the for those that continuous flow centrifuger out there. I just set my single pass centrifuge up so I could use it as continuous with a pump. First pass is from my dirty tote to a clean tote. Second pass is the recirculated from the bottoms of the clean tote through my fuge and into the top. I am hoping it gives it a mixing attribute. Also thought I could flow a little more. Just using my collection neumatic double diaphragm pump. Found out that the centrifuge plumping on the clean side can only handle about 112gph. Which is nothing for the diaphragm pump so it's turned way down, but could have been bad if I wasn't watching. I noticed at low air pressure it doesn't stay very consistent with it's flow rate and will speed up sometimes. It almost overflowed threw the bowl drain tube. I figured it was coming and was ready. The fuge has .5 inch drain coming out clean and bowl drain. So my question is what would be a good gph for it when it's set up this way? Is it better to do the 3gph I do from the dirty tote and gravity? Or should it be faster like 40-80gph? Trying to size the pump I need. I have several to choose from. I know I will have to pump about 3-5times the tote capacity to probably get it clean clean. The plan being, go until nothing really comes out in the centrifuge. Just like a lot of you do. I am also trying to see how well my single pass is doing.