So i'm getting ready to install my Mistking system in the greenhouse and I'm trying to determine how far below the nozzles my pump can be and still have enough power to have good flow out of them. I *could* run the supply line for the nozzles along the floor, at about the same level as the pump, at eye level (where it was in the house), or at about 8' off the floor. At 8' i could run the tubing along the beam overhead and then run lines down to the nozzles. That's what I would prefer to do. However I'm concerned that the pump might not be able to push the water that far up. Anyone have any experience with running a Mistking (20 nozzle kit/pump) at those heights? I wonder if the level of the pump makes a difference? Clearly i need an engineer or hydro-physicist here.... More specifically, the pump has run at about waist level, drawing water from a bucket on the floor and pushed the water to eye level. What if I mounted the pump at eye level? Does the 'power' of the pump to move water upwards change when the elevation of the pump above the reservoir changes? I really don't want to set up all the nozzles and then find out the pump can't handle the vertical burden. Thanks for any input.