Re: Frame filling "machine" update
If I understand this correctly I wouldn't do that. Unless it is way above the bottom surface the inflow will suck particles off the bottom. Small particles in suspension that will go in with just a short extension should not plug up your sprayer nozzles. Here again bringing the nozzles closer together will allow you to open up the orifices creating more flow at lower pressure. Less likely to clog. You are going to get some large particles in the intake because you have your nozzles right over the intake. I know you might be tired of this project but you would help yourself allot if you move the nozzles close to the front of the sink away from the intake. Then an ordinary screen can be placed between the filling station and the intake as a baffle.
Originally Posted by challenger
For those starting from scratch look for a laundry tub that has the drain very close to the back wall. Another option is to use the molded hole only as a clean out drain and put a bulk head fitting through the back wall as the intake.
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