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The Difference Between Calibrated Orifices and Holes

Engineers tasked with managing fluid flow talk about both holes and calibrated orifices, but they are two distinct entities. A hole can beany opening, but a calibrated orifice is specially designed to precisely control fluid flow. Consequently, its diameter, length, and geometry are critical to its intended operation. With the right design, an orifice can provide the desired control over fluid flow rates and pressure spikes.



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