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.
Our love affair with showers in the UK started quite recently in fact it was really only when electric wall mounted shower units became available in the 1970s that the demand for electric showers started to gain any momentum within a domestic setting.
Even then they were seen as an optional extra – something that could be added over a bath without changing the basic architecture of the bathroom.
Since that time showers have very quickly become an established part not only of the bathing experience, but also of peoples expectation. This in turn led in the 80s and 90s to shower cubicles being included as a regular ﬁxture in new homes, when bedrooms with en-suite facilities became the norm.
Some of the reasons for the rise in popularity of the shower versus taking a bath have been that showers became associated with speed, immediacy, cleanliness and convenience.
Salamander Pumps, the UK’s market leader in the manufacture of shower pumps are delighted to bring this exciting new range of brass ended shower pumps to the UK and Irish markets.
As manufacturers of shower pumps for over 25 years Salamander have used our considerable expertise to bring this robust, installer friendly new range to market.