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The Domestic Water Pressure Boosting Course

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Question 1 of 6 Basic

1 From which source may local legislation prohibit boosting water directly?

Question 2 of 6 Basic

2 What features do we recommend for a booster pump to be able to handle the air bubbles and dirt often found in shallow wells?

Question 3 of 6 Basic

3 Why do we recommend opting for a dry-installed booster pump for boosting from a shallow well?

Question 4 of 6 Basic

4 Where are transfer pumps often installed?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

6 What feature is necessary, if a booster pump is installed above a water storage tank with a negative inlet pressure?

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01.
Q: From which source may local legislation prohibit boosting water directly?
A: Water mains
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02.
Q: What features do we recommend for a booster pump to be able to handle the air bubbles and dirt often found in shallow wells?
A: Good air-handling capabilities and an inlet filter
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03.
Q: Why do we recommend opting for a dry-installed booster pump for boosting from a shallow well?
A: They are easier to install, operate and maintain
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Q: Where are transfer pumps often installed?
A: Outside
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05.
Q: What is the main job of a transfer pump
A: To create the necessary pressure and lift to move water from one place to another
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Q: What feature is necessary, if a booster pump is installed above a water storage tank with a negative inlet pressure?
A: Self-priming