VIDEO: The COR is finally here

Discussion in 'General Equipment, Hardware, Filtration' started by Terence, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. Terence

    Terence Valuable Member R2R Supporter Platinum Sponsor

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    Stores across the country are receiving their demo COR-20 pumps yesterday and today. The COR are available for pre-order from stores and online locations across the country for January delivery.

     
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  2. revhtree

    revhtree Owner Administrator Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter Photo of the Month Award R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor Partner Member 2018

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    Nice pump and details!
     
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    ca1ore Valuable Member CTARS Member

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    Yes, very nice.
     
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    sundog101 Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor

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    Cool! What’s the price?
     
  5. BroadBno615

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    Wish it didn't come out right before Christmas. I'm broke☹. So I have to wait till next Thursday when i get paid. Hopefully I'll still be able to pre-order one
     
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    most pre order places don't charge you until the item ships
     
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    Scott.h Valuable Member Build Thread Contributor

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    I've been using the cor 20 in real world application for several months. It replaced a mag drive 24 AC pump for my basement sump application. It's not only ridiculously quiet, but surprisingly it's only running at 70%. Like Terence said, plumbing diameter makes such a difference. It's a great pump, only takes a minutes to figure it out, and I'm glad it's hitting the market.
     
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    Wish they would come out with a stronger/bigger pump for us large tank guys who's sump is in the basement and need 3,000gph or more
     
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  9. BroadBno615

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    Lol they said just by 2
     
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    That's awesome....I am definitely buying the COR-15....can't wait for it!
     
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    Wish Someone could tell me when it will be released might buy 2 if I could get them in January but if I can't guess I go with Sicce
     
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    Heard it was going to ship in January
     
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    So buy 2-3 and run in succession or separate? If replacing a hammerhead or something similar? Or iwaki md100rlt where it needs to go up 1 floor plus any sort of run?

    Corey
     
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    I emailed BRS they got back to me fast, they are expecting to get both pumps in by January 10th. I don't know yet when my tank will deliver, and I am not sure if I should buy them or wait and see.
     
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    What are the dimensions on this pump?
     
  16. deaniscool

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    This will probably sound stupid, but basically smaller diameter pipe = more pressure but less flow (better for distance?), wider diameter, just the opposite?
     
  17. Terence

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    Except that the limiting factor is that the pump must be able to have the PSI to push the water through the constricted pipe. Larger diameter pipes are almost universally better. Again, think about it this way, would you rather drink a milkshake through a 10' 1/2" pipe or a coffee stirrer of the same length? Of course there is theoretically an amount of work that can be performed to get the same flow rate between the two diameters, but clearly one will be far easier.
     
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  18. deaniscool

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    Thank you for dumbing it down for me :)! I ordered mine the day they came out, can’t wait to start hard plumbing my RS250! You made my decision to go with 1” pipe instead of 3/4” now.
     
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    What about the last portion into the tank out of the loc line? Isn't that 3/4'' inch and does that last bit have a negative effect if you use 1'' everywhere else?
     
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    What’s the price??????????
     
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