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Shower pumps are integral to a good shower operation and experience. Take advice from a qualified and experienced plumber regarding which type you require for your home, which will also depend on whether it is a new installation or an upgrade to an existing system. We supply the leading manufacturers Stuart Turner and Salamander; please contact us for further technical advice and support when selecting a shower pump.
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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!
Whether you're about to have a shower installed, or you just want to give your existing shower a boost, using one of our many shower pumps will ensure that your shower offers you an invigorating experience!
The best shower pump for your installation will be determined by the plumber or we will be happy to advise you if you prefer to install yourself. For fitting to an existing installation you will need a twin impellor which will boost both the hot and cold supplies. Looking at the various types of booster pump, these fall into two categories, positive feed and negative feed. Now this has nothing to do with the electrical supply but where the pump is to be sited. If below the feed tank it will be a positive, if above the tank it will need to be a negative feed. Of these two categories we also have the single or twin impellor types of pump. As we have indicated the twin impellor boost both supplies, on the other hand the single impellor shower pump only boost one or the other supply and it is generally sited between the mixer valve and the shower head. We have a full range of shower pumps on our website and we will be only too pleased to help and advise the ones which are best suited for your particular requirements.