Stuart Turner SHOWERMATE 2.6 Bar Twin Shower Pump : UK Bathrooms

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Stuart Turner SHOWERMATE 2.6 Bar Twin Shower Pump

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UKB Item Reference: 16972

Stuart Turner SHOWERMATE 2.6 Bar Twin Shower Pump

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230v including flexible hoses 15mm (push fit connections) read more

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There are many reasons to consider a Showermate twin pump. With this pump, you can effectively boost the hot and cold water supply to a mixer tap, shower, or bath/shower mixer. The flexible hose and plumbing connections that are needed to install this pump are included. On top of that, this WRAS compliant device has anti-vibration feet. With a power consumption of 420 Watts, this Showermate pump includes a power supply of 230/1/50. Additionally, it has a fuse rating of 5 Amps and a full load rating of 2.4 Amps. This device has a flow switch sensitivity of approximately 0.8 l/minute. With a one year guarantee that can be extended to two years, you never need to worry about the Showermate twin shower pump. Boosting your water supply has never been quicker or easier.

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Stuart Turner SHOWERMATE 2.6 Bar Twin Shower Pump has been reviewed 1 times scoring 5 out of 5

Very Pleased!
By Bodogarmin,

I had never installed a water pump before so I was heading into somewhat uncharted waters. After just fitting a new hot water cylinder in my airing cupboard, as the old one was leaking from the coil return, I thought I would take the opportunity to install a shower pump before refilling the systems. Deciding on the best pipe configuration, which would also provide a dedicated hot feed to the pump took a bit of thought initially, but after some time and a few rough drawings I arrived at a cunning plan. After developing the existing pipe-work, the pipe connection to the pump was simple and after refilling the system I was pleased to find no leaks, amazing! I developed the electricity supply and necessary earthing to comply with current reg's then turned on a tap. The pump sprang into action as required and promptly shut off after the tap was closed. Success! The pump itself runs very smoothly and is surprisingly quiet for a 2.6 bar twin unit. The difference at the shower outlet is superb, instead of the usual pathetic trickle that I have put up with for years, a deluge of perfectly mixed water was there to enjoy. Happy Days!

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