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The 6DLY8 is a bit too big, I would look at the 6DLY7 and just have a small Ball valve to recurulate some of the flow back to the tank. This should give you enough pressure and as long as you have water running thru the pump it should not damage it..
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I do not know of anyone who makes a pump "stammped Potable Water", that is usually a designation applied afet a pump is cleaned to "Pump Potable Water". Once you clean a pump to pump potable water, you would not want to pump Sewage or chemicals...
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