So rotary pumps put out about 10 to 12 ml/s whereas vibratory pumps put out 6 to 8 ml/s.
I understand pressure is a result of resistance (puck restricting flow of water).
So, how does a vibratory pump’s excess water affect pressure?
If a pump put out 1ml/s, it would take much longer for the puck to build up pressure.
Assuming all else equal (grind size and weight, force applied to tamp, temperature, pump maximum pressure).
Does a rotary pump bring the puck to maximum pressure (10 bar for example), faster than a vibratory?
Since more water flows and hence the puck builds up resistance faster.
Is this speed better?