|sicce Syncra Nano||70 cm||67.3 cm||– 3.9 %|
The max height was very close to the declared data, a good result.
|sicce Syncra Nano||400 l/h||408 l/h||+ 2 %|
The actual output was slightly higher than the declared.
|sicce Syncra Nano||2.8 w||3.08 w||+ 10%|
We found a higher power consumption than declared, but, as we couldn’t measured the power factor, the number itself is slightly unimportant.
|sicce Syncra Nano||30.3 dB||N.A.|
sicce does not declare the noise of their pump, but we have measured a very low value. Great result here.
Correspondence with declared data
Finally, just as a comparison, we give a matching value compared to data reported
|pump||max height||output||power consumption||Average|
|Sicce Syncra Nano||96.1 %||102 %||N.A.||99.1 %|
We have not considered the power consumption when calculating the average value, because without the power factor it is meaningless.
For ease of comparison, I have calculated this pump’s reference value, found by multiplying output per max height and dividing the result by two, the area under the curve of height and output in a graph, in this way, we will be able to easily compare different pumps. For the sicce Syncra Nano we have obtained 137 l*m/s, which results in a declared value of 140.
We liked the sicce Syncra Nano because it was very reliable, can be used as an all around pump and as a recirculating pump, is very quiet and is very very close to the declared values from sicce.
As to be expected from sicce, this is a well-made, durable pump, and the price is extremely low.