# How Many Gpm Well Do I Need?

The Water Well Board suggests that a minimum water supply capacity for domestic internal household use should be at least 600 gallons of water within a two-hour period once each day. This is equivalent to a flow rate of 5 gallons per minute (gpm) for two hours

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## How Do You Calculate Gpm Based On PSI And Pipe Size?

- Step 1: Multiply the constant 29.84 times the coefficient of discharge (cd). ... - Step 2: Square the measured diameter. ... - Step 3: Multiply those two numbers: 26.856 x 6.5025 = 174.6. - Step 4: Find the square root of 62 psi, which is 7.8740. - Step 5: Multiply the final two numbers to solve for Q, the discharge in GPM

## How Do You Calculate Gpm Needed

The formula to find GPM is 60 divided by the seconds it takes to fill a one gallon container (60 / seconds = GPM). Example: The one gallon container fills in 5 seconds. 60 / 5 = 12 GPM. (60 divided by 5 equals 12 gallons per minute

## How Many Gpm Well Do I Need?

The Water Well Board suggests that a minimum water supply capacity for domestic internal household use should be at least 600 gallons of water within a two-hour period once each day. This is equivalent to a flow rate of 5 gallons per minute (gpm) for two hours

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