6 questions Intermediate

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37 - Grundfos SQ/SQE

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Question 1 of 6 Intermediate

What is the most commonly used starting method for motors in 4” conventional pumps?

Question 3 of 6 Intermediate

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

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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Q: What is the most commonly used starting method for motors in 4” conventional pumps?
A: Direct on line
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Q: What happens if the static water level is too low?
A: The water level is brought down below the inlet of the pump
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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: Which of these isn’t a key dry-run protection benefit for the installer?
A: The installer doesn’t have to worry about water bursts
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Q: Why is correct sizing of the submersible pump important?
A: Because an undersized pump will not be able to deliver the required flow and pressure and an oversized pump reduces energy efficiency, which increases operational costs.
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Q: Why must the pump unit be installed below the dynamic water table?
A: To avoid the risk of dry-running during operation.