SCALA 2 keeps the pressure on

Published:  05 June, 2018

SCALA 2, Grundfos

Combining the pump, motor, tank, sensor, drive and non-return valve in one neat package, the Grundfos SCALA2 is the perfect solution to water pressure issues. Automatically adjusting its performance to meet both inlet pressure and water consumption demands, it will provide the perfect pressure for up to 8 water outlets – even with multiple taps and showers running at the same time.

It can be used for a range of domestic applications as well as boosting from roof tanks, break tanks, ground tanks, and rainwater tanks. It can be used with a break tank to boost pressure into a combi boiler or unvented cylinder system. The SCALA2s suction lift performance enables the break tank to be located up to 8 metres below the pump location, this includes boosting from wells.

Grundfos is pleased to say that booster package is a real winner. In the past year it has picked up multiple of UK awards as well as surpassing sales expectations

For more information on this story, click here: June 2018, 163

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