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40 - SCALA2 water booster pump

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What makes SCALA2 able to offer a maximum sound pressure level of 47 dB(A) in typical use?

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Q: How do you ensure the most quiet pump installation?
A: Add rubber feet and fixate piping to minimise vibrations
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Q: Is SCALA2 able to boost water from a depth of below 6 metres?
A: Yes, the maximum depth is 8 m, but you might need to re-prime the pump
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Q: How do you check the water pressure after installing the SCALA2?
A: Turn on the shower. If the home has two or more showers, then check the one furthest from the SCALA2
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Q: Which of the below does not affect the water pressure in the taps
A: The water temperature in the water distribution system
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Q: What makes SCALA2 able to offer a maximum sound pressure level of 47 dB(A) in typical use?
A: A water-cooled, permanent magnet motor
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Q: What type of buildings is SCALA2 optimised for?
A: Residential buildings with up to 3 floors and 8 taps