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My new flow controllers

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I mentioned this to Gav a couple of weeks back,.. and I thought I'd share it with the rest of you guys.


I've been developing a range of flow controllers for a couple of years now, and they're finally ready for launch. The big differences are:


1: They're cheaper

2: No dead end detection - It just causes problems IMO so I prefer using the pumps pressure switch

3: Simple analogue functions,.. quick adjustment and less to go wrong

4: Frost protect functions on one model & remote control on another.


I'm running an indiegogo crowd funding campaign to give the business an initial boost - by the time the campaign is finished I should have a proper website setup for them (though the prices will be a little higher than the indiegogo ones)


Check it out & let me know what you think. :P



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