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39 - The ALPHA2 circulator pump and easy balancing with the GO Balance app

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Question 1 of 8 Intermediate

Does the ALPHA2 circulator have the lowest energy consumption of all small circulators on the market?

Question 3 of 8 Intermediate

Can an imbalanced heating system result in excess energy consumption?

Question 4 of 8 Intermediate

Which control modes should never be used in systems with TRVs?

Question 5 of 8 Intermediate

What typically causes imbalance in one-family homes?

Question 6 of 8 Intermediate

Which of the following benefits does not apply to ALPHA2?

Question 8 of 8 Intermediate

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Q: Does the ALPHA2 circulator have the lowest energy consumption of all small circulators on the market?
A: Yes
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Q: When balancing a combined radiator and underfloor heating system you should always:
A: Balance all radiators in the system first
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Q: Can an imbalanced heating system result in excess energy consumption?
A: Yes
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Q: Which control modes should never be used in systems with TRVs?
A: Fixed speed modes
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Q: What typically causes imbalance in one-family homes?
A: Pressure loss and/or incorrectly set valves
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Q: Which of the following benefits does not apply to ALPHA2?
A: Universal application
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Q: What is the ALPHA Reader?
A: A mobile device you take with you on the go
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Q: What makes the ALPHA2’s robust start-up special?
A: In case of blockage following longer periods of standstill, the circulator creates a shaking motion that swiftly breaks up any deposits