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You have in my opinion discovered the shortcomings of multiple pass CF's and why I feel they are far less effective than a simgle pass system.
1. There is no way to be certain that all of the contents are cleaned to the same degree. All that is certain, however, that some feedstock had circulated in the barrel for a specified ammount of time.
2. The contaminants that may have been collected are now released into the catch barrel, in effect wasting the energy and effort of cycling it for that long.
3. Is the pump of sufficient power to keep claimed contaminants pushed to the outer edge of the rotor wall? I cannot imagine it being able to get to the center for escape if it was.
4. refering to #3, there is no way to control flow rate. That would be troubling for me.
Maybe try running each barrel in series, with like 4 barrels and 4 cf's. At least that way what you are able to claim will not contaminate already "cleaned" feedstock
Just my $.02 though.
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