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What is the difference between water pressure and flow rate? Follow

Flow rate is the measure of the volume of water per second passing through a specific point. It is dependent on the speed of the water.

Water Pressure is the measure of the force having an influence on the water, e.g. the pump 

In other words –
  • Flow Rate: How much liquid is passing through
  • Water Pressure: How the liquid is coming out

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