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Dab Pumps

Dab Pumps esybox is an integrated system for water pressure boosting in domestic and residential applications.Consists of self-priming multistage pump, electronics for control and management, pressure and flowsensors, a high-resolution LCD orientable display and integrated expansion vessel of 2 litres.

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Special Features:
  • Energy efficient
  • It can be installed in vertical or horizontal position, in a ventilated room or in a recess
  • Quiet operation – 45 dB in standard use
  • Saves 30% of space in comparison with a traditional system
  • Easy maintenance
  • Wireless device to facilitate the creation of pressure booster sets and for connection to other devices
  • Testing of Products for Use in Contact with Drinking Water

    This Standard is designed to test any product that comes in contact with drinking water. Dab Pumps.

    The Standard

    The Standard requires that products do not affect the taste or appearance of water; do not support the growth of microorganisms; and do not release cytotoxic or mutagenic compounds or metals.

    The tests required are specific to the type of product submitted.

    Taste Of Water Extract:

    A trained panel tastes water extracts to determine whether products release any compounds that impart discernible taste.

    Appearance Of Water Extract:

    Water that has been in contact with a product is examined for any increase in colour or turbidity.


    Dab Pumps Growth Of Aquatic Micro-organisms:

    A test that takes 8 weeks, products are examined for the ability to support bacterial growth by monitoring dissolved oxygen levels.

    Mutagenic Activity Of Water Extract:

Water extracts are examined for the release of Arsenic, Antimony, Barium, Cadmium, Chromium,Copper, Lead, Mercury, Molybdenum, Nickel, Selenium and Silver.

The limits are in line with Australian Drinking Water Guidelines (ADWG).

The extraction procedure is either by end-of-line test or in-line test.

Products in contact with hot water are tested at higher temperatures. This applies to hot water systems, boiling water dispensers (including their outlet taps, fittings and tubes).