I know this might better be placed in the equipment section, but I am really crunched for time and hoping with the higher traffic on this forum I might get some help. I just purchased most of my extracting equipment on Friday and I am working out the 'bugs'. The last issue seems to be with the filter unit. I am using a bronze gear pump from Mann Lake and pumping my honey into a commercial in-line filter from Dadant (http://www.dadant.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=631). Now the instructions state that the pressure gauge is not suppose to go over 15 psi and, then later in the instructions it states that when it goes up to around 40 psi it is an indication that you need to change the filter bag. I turned on my pump and immediately the needle on the pressure gauge moved up to the limit of the gauge. Honey was moving out the outlet of the filter but the pressure is way too high. My pump is rated at 6-8 gallons/minute and I see on Dadant's page is says it is rated for flow rates of "up to 5 gpm." So I picked up a ball valve this evening to put on the pump side of the line to reduce the flow to the filter when I go back tomorrow, but I wanted to see if there is anything else anyone might suggest from previous experience with this setup. I checked to make sure the filter bag is seated correctly and everything appears to be properly set up. The pressure gauge is on the top of the unit, but there is also two ports on the side of the unit for "differential pressure." Hoping someone can help me out ASAP. Much appreciated.