With 40% of households revealing that low water pressure has an impact on their day-to-day lives*, many home owners are often unaware that actually, there could be an easy solution to solve their pressure problems.
One of those solutions is Salamander Pumps’ CombiBoost – an innovative inline pump that can boost a home’s water flow rate to up to 10 litres per minute (l/min).
Combi boilers have continued to gain popularity over the last couple of decades, and CombiBoost provides an easy solution to boosting mains pressure for any home with this type of system.
Here are the steps to help you install the CombiBoost pump.
Looking to install a pump to boost water pressure? Salamander Pumps’ Right Pump range of centrifugal shower, bathroom and whole house pumps offer a quiet and powerful solution to boosting low water pressure in a gravity-fed system.
Here we look at why you should choose a Right Pump to boost water performance –
If you have low mains water pressure and are fed up of standing under a gentle trickle of water that masquerades as a relaxing shower, you might think there is not much you can do about it. You will be pleased to know that you are wrong!
Salamander Pumps have a mains booster range of products aimed at creating a simple solution to boosting your mains water pressure and flow which can often feel like a rather complicated problem.
The range, comprising 11 different products, features inline pumps and accumulator tanks, and is designed to provide a quiet, lightweight and easy-to-install solution to all domestic and light commercial mains water boosting needs.
Salamander Shower Pumps are designed and engineered to ensure a long and maintenance free life. Every pump is individually tested for safety, performance and quality of workmanship. Salamander Pumps are strong, durable and user friendly.
If you are looking to replace your current Salamander CT shower pump with the Salamander CT XTRA shower pump, the steps below will show you how.
Looking to boost the water pressure across the home or to a single shower? Shower pumps offer an excellent solution to low water pressure. When choosing which model to purchase, noise can be an important factor to consider.
All shower pumps make some noise, but the type of noise differs depending on the type of pump installed. There are two types of shower pumps available, regenerative and centrifugal.
If water flow from a shower is little more than a trickle, installing a Salamander shower pump or whole house pump to
boost this flow is a clear solution when you have a gravity fed system. However, with such a wide variety
of pumps available, selecting the right pump can be a job in itself. Here Salamander Pumps runs through
everything that should be considered when selecting a pump.
Modern living can be a noisy business, whether it’s mobile ringtones, loud traffic or other people’s choice of music assaulting our ears. We all want to
reduce noise pollution, especially in our homes.
Salamander Pumps recognise that noisy pumps are a big ‘no no’ for householders, and that when installers and consumers are choosing a pump,
noise is very much a deciding factor. So they have invested a lot of time into reducing noise in their range of shower and whole house pumps.
As a company compulsive about providing what customers want, Salamander recently had all their pumps independently tested against competitor products by the UK’s leading acoustic test and calibration specialist, the University of Salford, so you don’t just have to take their word for it.
The good news is that they came out really well, with the majority of the Salamander Pumps range sitting somewhere between the sound of gentle
rainfall and a quiet kettle on the boil.
Salamander Pumps has re-engineered its centrifugal range of shower, bathroom and whole house pumps, launching them under the new Right Pump
label, which includes the quietest pump in the UK, and delivering a host of new benefits.
Salamander’s new range of CT Bathroom pumps are designed so that they can be used to supply a whole bathroom and not just specifically showers. This range has been specifically engineered to meet the increased demands for water supply to en-suites, bathrooms and utility rooms.
With their advanced design features, this new range of single and twin ended pumps will quietly and efficiently boost the hot or cold water supplies to showers, baths, basins, toilets and household appliances. With up to 2.6 bar of pressure, higher than the CT Xtra range, you will see your bath fill quicker and an increased shower performance. The added negative head option means there is a CT bathroom pump to suit all installations.
The ever popular Salamander HomeBoost pump now has even more reason to be trusted, having been awarded The Quiet Mark from the UK Noise Abatement Society.
The Quiet Mark is a stamp of approval given to various home, garden, and electrical brands, as well as cars, musical instruments and more! A surprising amount goes in to ensuring that a product meets the standard set by the UNAS, an organisation founded in 1959 to prevent noise pollution and make it a legal statutory nuisance. Part of their mission is to make it easier for consumers to consciously choose a product that is considerably quieter and less disruptive when operated.