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72 - The Domestic Water Pressure Boosting Course

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Question 3 of 6 Basic

Why is it a good idea to select a pump with a low noise level for boosting water from a roof tank?

Question 4 of 6 Basic

How can a booster pump for boosting water from a shallow well be installed?

Question 5 of 6 Basic

From which source may local legislation prohibit boosting water directly?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

What is the common characteristic of all domestic buildings?

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Q: What need do domestic buildings have in common?
A: The need for a stable water pressure
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Q: Which pumps do we recommend as transfer pumps?
A: The Grundfos SCALA2, JET pump, or SCALA1
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Q: Why is it a good idea to select a pump with a low noise level for boosting water from a roof tank?
A: Because it allows indoor installation protecting the pump from the harsh conditions outside
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Q: How can a booster pump for boosting water from a shallow well be installed?
A: Submerged or dry-installed
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Q: From which source may local legislation prohibit boosting water directly?
A: Water mains
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Q: What is the common characteristic of all domestic buildings?
A: They are homes