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79 - The SCALA1 Pressure Booster Course

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Question 1 of 6 Intermediate

What is the default operation mode of SCALA1?

Question 2 of 6 Intermediate

Which mode is the default position in the performance mode selector?

Question 5 of 6 Intermediate

What is the purpose of the alternation setting when using a twin pump configuration?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

Can you fully set up a twin booster system consisting of two SCALA1 pumps without GO Remote?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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Q: What is the default operation mode of SCALA1?
A: Duty/standby mode
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Q: Which mode is the default position in the performance mode selector?
A: Self-priming mode
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Q: Where is self-priming particularly useful?
A: When lifting water from wells
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Q: What characterises the alternation type in a twin pump setup?
A: It is when you select how you want the two SCALA1 pumps to switch
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Q: What is the purpose of the alternation setting when using a twin pump configuration?
A: To make sure that both pumps are utilised equally
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Q: Can you fully set up a twin booster system consisting of two SCALA1 pumps without GO Remote?
A: No