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Old 03-29-2017, 08:23 PM   #1
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pump water volume for my chiller

I'm running a chiller on my Red Sea Max tank. The chiller works fine but takes about 20 minutes to cool the temp down from 80F to 78F. The specs on the chiller call for a pump volume from 50 to 260gpm. I'm using an adjustable pump that ranges from 60 to 211gpm. I have it running at the maximum gpm. If I slow the pump down would it cool the water quicker?
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