Volume of water per unit of time.

The volume per time unit (e.g., liters per minute, etc.) given to the flow of air or other fluid by the action of a pump, fan, etc.

The time required for a volume of groundwater to move between points. Typically groundwater moves very slowly—sometimes as little as inches per year.

Rate at which product is passed through a housing or system; generally expressed as gallons per minute, barrels per hour, barrels per day, actual or standard cubic feet per minute, hour, day etc. Same as rate of flow.

The volume of media being conveyed in a given time period.

volume of mobile phase per unit time passing through the column. usually reported as millilitres per minute. See also fluorescence detector.

The volume of fluid or air passing a point per unit of time. In vacuum, the unit volume of air evacuated from or through a given area.

The volume of water flowing through plumbing in a given period of time. Usually measured in volume/minute or volume/hour. 1 Litre/min = 0.264 US Gallon/min

The volume of liquid (water) flowing past a given point in a specific time period, expressed in gallons per minute.

The volume of water to be circulated throughout the pond system, measured in litres per hour (lph).

the volume, mass, or weight of a fluid passing through any conductor per unit of time.

The volume of water to be circulated around entire feature. show...

The rate of dispensing liquid from nozzle, measured in terms of gallons or liters per minute, or smaller terms.

The volume of gas moving through a system or stack per unit time expressed at actual conditions of temperature and pressure.

The volume of gas moving through a ventilation system, stack, or air pollution control system per unit time.

The amount of material flowing through the system per unit of time. The amount may be expressed in gravimetric (weight) or volumetric terms. Examples: grams/minute, ml/min, lb/hour, gallons/hour.

The rate by which water is discharged from an outlet. For example, the standard flow rate of a showerhead is 2.5 gallons per minute.

The quantity of water flowing past a designated point within a specified time, such as the number of gallons flowing past a point in 1 minute - abbreviated as gpm.

The amount of liquid volume that passes a given point in a given time. Flow rate is commonly measured in gallons per minute (gpm).

The speed at which a liquid flows and is measured in gallons or liters per minute. Flow rate of a liquid can be affected by the liquids' viscosity, differential pressure, temperature, and type of filter used.

The volume of water passing through a pipe or out of an emitter.

The quantity of fluid flowing through a cross section of pipe per unit of time. For commercial applications commonly measured in gallons per minute.

The volume of water flowing past a given point during a specified time; measured in Litres per minute (Lpm) or Litres per hour (Lpm).

Gallons per minute (gpm) of water flow past a determined point of reference.

The rate (in liters or gallons per minute, cubic meters or cubic feet per second, or other quantity per time unit) Air related flows are usually expressed in CFM, SCFM, ACFM, ICFM ( 099)

The amount (mass, weight, or volume) of fluid flowing through a valve body per unit of time.

The volumetric rate of flow of mobile phase through an LC column. For a conventional HPLC column of 4.6 mm i.d., typical flow rates are 1 to 2 mL/min.

The rate at which air passes through the exhaust valve in a chemical protective suit; expressed as volume per area, over time (cm³/cm²/min). Go to top

The volume of fluid passing through a pipe or hose at a given time.

The rate at which water moves by a given point; in rivers it is usually measured in cubic meters per second (m3/sec) or cubic feet per second (cfs).

the measure of the volume of water passing a given point during a specific time period, typically expressed in gallons per minute.

A measurement of the amount of fluid at a point per unit of time, commonly represented by cubic feet per minute (cfm).

Rated in gallons per minute (GPM) or in gallons per hour (GPH).

A quantity of gas or liquid passing through a controlled orifice during a specific time period. Units of measure include: SLPM (Standard Liters per Minute) and SCFH (Standard Cubic Feet per Hour).

Flow rate is a way of describing how much material goes through or past a specific point in a fixed period of time. If nozzle tip is used as reference, flow rate can be described how much melt is flowing out of the machine per second during injection.

The required amount of gallons per minute (gpm) of pump flow. Flow can also be expressed in gallons per hour (gph) and in million gallons per day (mdg).

The rate a liquid flows through a pipe or plumbing fixture, typically measured in gallons per minute or hour (GPM/GPH).

The volume of fluid passing through the system or component in gal. per min. (or 11m).

The quantity of water or regenerant which passes a given point in a specific unit of time, often expressed in gallons per minute.

Quantity of water which passes a given point in a given period of time. Flow rate is expressed as gallons per minute.

The quantity of water flowing past a specific point in a specified time (e.g. the number of litres flowing through the filter in 1 hour).

The volume of water flowing past a given point during a specified time; measured in gallons per minute (gpm) or gallons per hour (gph).

The rate, usually in litres per hour, at which wastewater passes through the treatment facility.

Describes quantitatively the movement of fluid along a flow path, most often expressed in mL/min (milliliters per minute) for typical liquid chromatography applications.

The rate, expressed in gallons -or liters-per-hour, at which a fluid escapes from a hole or fissure in a tank. Such measurements are also made of liquid waste, effluent, and surface water movement.

The quantity of water available and/or needed per second, per minute, per hour or per day

Amount of water flowing through an opening in a fixed amount of time. It is measured in gallons per minute. Engineered to provide a powerful flow while meeting industry water conservation standards. KOHLER faucets mean a substantial savings of water, energy and money.

In most cases this is the flow rate for a single liquid or gas that is sprayed from the nozzle orifice.

The quantity of water or regenerant which passes a given point in a specified unit of time, often expressed in U.S. gpm (or L/min).

How much material goes through or past a specific point in a fixed period of time. If the nozzle tip is used as a reference, flow rate can describe how much material is flowing out of the machine per second during injection. Flow rate by volume is usually measured in units of in^3/sec or cm^3/sec.