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YJ



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  Reply # 1491356 12-Feb-2016 19:51
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Got my pump back, the model is Davey M2061-1, head max 69meters, 5m3 per hour(aprox. 83lpm).

The guy also mentioned the pump they were going to replace is that the water flow rate at 70liters per minute and including pressure tank. I doubt it is worth the quoted price.

Anyway, i didnt ask any more info as i didn't do the business with them. He did say the grundfos i have is a great pump.

Thanks.
Have a great weekend.


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  Reply # 1491465 13-Feb-2016 00:46
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Not surprised there is not much difference to the kitchen tap. Your new pump puts out a little less pressure. But more flow compared to your old one. Assuming the old one was still working as designed. At least your new one has a flow sensing controller instead of a pressure switch. So still an upgrade compared to the old one.






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