Shower Pumps

The plumber friendly shower pump for conventional showers and thermostatic showers.
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Q. What is a shower pump?
A. A shower pump is something that your plumber may recommend to increase your water pressure, particularly if you currently have a gravity fed system.
Q. Why should I choose a shower pump?
A. If you need to increase your water pressure then a shower pump will often be the cheapest and easiest way of doing this.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. Style is more the type when it comes to shower pumps. Some pumps will be twin bar - which means that they increase both your hot and cold supply, some will be single pump if just one your feeds needs increasing. You then have positive and ngeative type shower pumps. We would always recommend a negative head shower pump - these will work in any situation so are ideal for most homes, where as a positive head shower pump is activated via a flow switch meaning that if this fails for some reason or the shower you have installed creates back pressure which confuses the pump, you may end up with an unreliable showering experience, which no one wants. Always discuss your requirements with your installer, and make sure that your plumber understands what you are hoping the end result will be to ensure that the correct products are purchased and you're not left disappointed.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my shower pump?
A. You shouldn't need anything else however always check the advert carefully and discuss with your installer before purchasing.
Q. Are shower pumps suitable for use in a cloakroom bathroom?
A. This will probably be a no as to be small enough to be classed as a cloakroom bathroom there wouldn't be enough space to install a bath or shower enclosure so there would be no use for a shower.
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