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Liquid Filter removes the selected Liquid out of a stream of an inbound liquid mixture, sending it into a separate, filtered output Pipe.
It works the same way as its Gas Counterpart, essentially "teleporting" packet of liquids to their respective output.
Some useful notes:
- The Liquid Filter will not let any liquid pass through without power.
- It will consume power regardless of which output the liquid is sent to (this also applies to when the filter element is set to "none.")
- If no filtered output is selected, all incoming liquid packets will be sent to the regular output.
For further usage examples and alternatives, see Gas Filter.
- The Liquid Filter model resembles a Francis Turbine, a type of water turbine.