Transfer any liquid quickly with the help of Pressure Pipes Mod by mod developer bdew. This mod adds many blocks that allow easy liquid and fluid-based substances to be transported easily.
What the Mod Offers
The mod provides an unlimited way to transfer fluid and liquid, which is helpful if you have other mods installed. The mod works with all Forge Fluids Pipes and Tanks from all other mods and supports Forge Multipart. The mod adds five types of blocks and a filtering system to manage your liquid system better.
Should You Install It?
The mod is designed to be used alongside various technology mods that add new fluids and tanks. The mod works well in unison with other mods and provides a balance yet highly efficient way of transporting liquid.
Transfer any amount of fluid
Works with all forge fluids and all pipe/tanks from other mods
Can transfer multiple liquids on the same pipe
Filtering by fluid type on input and outputs
Multiple inputs and outputs on the same pipe
Smart distribution between valid outputs
Fully supports Forge Multipart (1.7.2+ versions)
Multiblock Free Form Tanks
Handy Hand Pumps and Canisters
Accepts fluids from pipes on the back (brighter side without arrows)
Connects to a pressure pipe on the front (darker side with arrows)
Will only accept fluids if a valid output is connected with a high-pressure pipe
If multiple outputs are connected – it will do its best to distribute the fluid evenly
Connects to a pressure pipe on the back (darker side without arrows)
Outputs fluids into pipes/tanks on the front (brighter side with arrows)
Connects outputs and inputs
It can be layed in any shape, loops, and intersections will not cause problems
Pumps fluids between tanks, pipes or High-Pressure Inputs
Will pump as much fluid as possible per tick
It needs Redstone signal to activate
Infinite Water Source
Exactly what it says on the tin
Is really infinite for all intents and purposes
Water can be piped out using a High-Pressure Pump or pipes from other mods
Inputs, Outputs, and Pipes can have filters set, to set a filter – right-click with a bucket (or any other valid container) filled with the fluid. To remove a filter – right-click with an empty bucket in your hand.