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37 - Grundfos SQ/SQE

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Question 2 of 6 Intermediate

What must the supply voltage lie between in order for the SQ/SQE pump to deliver a flow of water?

Question 3 of 6 Intermediate

Which are the two most common applications in which a Grundfos SQ/SQE submersible pump is used?

Question 4 of 6 Intermediate

How long did it take to replace the pump with a Grundfos SQ?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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Q: How does the integrated dry-running protection work?
A: It automatically shuts down the pump if water shortage is detected.
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Q: What must the supply voltage lie between in order for the SQ/SQE pump to deliver a flow of water?
A: Between 150 V and 315 V
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Q: Which are the two most common applications in which a Grundfos SQ/SQE submersible pump is used?
A: Domestic water supply & Irrigation
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Q: How long did it take to replace the pump with a Grundfos SQ?
A: 60 minutes
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Q: Why is it important to protect the pump from over- and under voltage?
A: Because large variations in power supply will damage the motor over time.
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Q: The 3” SQ pump is obviously ideal for new boreholes but where can it also be used?
A: In original 4” boreholes where sediments over the years have narrowed the hole.