The below chart illustrates nominal parameters for each system model. The most useful parameters for system diagnostics are **Total Flow Rate, Feed Pressure, & Recovery Rate.**

*The following statements are breakdowns referencing the above chart that designate numbers in which each system must reach to be able to achieve spec production levels.*

**QUICK REFERENCE SYSTEM PARAMETERS:**

The feed pump pushes water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **6.4 L/M (384 L/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **60-70 psi.** Then the Clark Pump converts **5.5%-6.5%** of this into freshwater (21 L/H – 25 L/H Freshwater).

The feed pump pushes water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **1.7 G/M (102 G/H)**, this is the** total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at** 60-70 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **5.5%-6.5%** of this into freshwater (5.61 G/H – 6.63 G/H Freshwater).

__Ventura 200/Cape Horn LO Imperial__

The feed pump pushes water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **1.7 G/M**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **80-100 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9%** of this into freshwater (7.7 G/H – 8.2 G/H Freshwater).

__Ventura 200/Cape Horn LO Metric__

The feed pump pushes water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **6.4 L/M (384 L/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at** 5.6-6.3 bar (80-90 psi)**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8% - 9% **of this into freshwater (29 L/H – 31 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump moves water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **2.7 G/M (162 G/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **90 -100 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5% **of this into freshwater (13 G/H – 15.4 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump moves water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **10.2 L/M (612 L/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **90-100 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5% **of this into freshwater (49.2 L/H – 58.3 L/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **2.3 G/M (138 G/H)**, this is the** total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **80-90 psi.** Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5%** of this into freshwater (11.04 G/H – 13.11 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **2.2 G/M (132 G/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **80-90 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5%** of this into freshwater (11.04 G/H – 13.11 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **10.6 L/M (636 L/H), this is the total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at** 6.3-7.0 bar**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5%** of this into freshwater (49 L/H – 54 L/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **2.6 G/M (156 G/H)**, this is the** total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **90-100 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **8%-9.5%** of this into freshwater (12.9 G/H – 14.2 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **10.6 L/M (638 L/H)**, this is the total flow. The pump should be capable of doing this at 6.3-7.7 bar. Then the Clark Pump converts 8%-9.5% of this into freshwater (51 L/H – 60 L/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of 2.7 G/M (162 G/H), this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **90-110 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts** 8%-9.5% **of this into freshwater (11.5 G/H – 17 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of** 2.6 G/M (156 G/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at ~180 psi. Then the Clark Pump converts** 17%-18.5%** of this into freshwater (26.5 G/H – 28.9 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **9.8 L/M (588 G/H)**, this is the** total flow.** The pump should be capable of doing this at **~12.4 psi**. Then the Clark Pump converts **17.5%-18.5% **of this into freshwater (100.3 G/H – 109.4 G/H Freshwater).

The feed pump and motor push water into the Clark Pump at a rate of **3.5 G/M (210 G/H)**, this is the **total flow**. The pump should be capable of doing this at **~200 psi.** Then the Clark Pump converts **17.5%-18.5% **of this into freshwater (36.75 G/H - 40 G/H Freshwater).

***Metric or Imperial refers to the unit of measure, not a model of watermaker***