Salamander Shower Pumps are designed and engineered to ensure a long and maintenance free life.
If you’re looking for a solution to low water pressure in a gravity fed system, then one of the pumps in the GravityBooster range will help. Whether you need to increase water pressure to a single shower or tap, boost the water pressure across multiple outlets in the bathroom, or you want to improve all the outlets across the whole house, we’ve got something to help.
Every shower pump is individually tested for safety, performance and quality of workmanship. Salamander Pumps are strong, durable and user friendly.
The Salamander flagships enjoy the security and protection of ESP Pumps - electronic sensor protection. This sophisticated use of technology incorporates micro electronics and sensors to deliver unrivalled performance that retains pressure even under high flow rate conditions.
All Salamander pumps are supplied with AV (anti-vibration) couplers in order to limit the transfer of motor and pump vibration to the associated pipe work.
Three Main Hot Water Systems The three main water systems used in the UK are: gravity fed systems, combination boiler systems and unvented systems.
Gravity Fed – Gravity fed systems consist of a water tank in the loft and a hot water cylinder which is often placed on the top floor in an airing cupboard See below on how to identify a Gravity fed plumbing system to try help you get the right shower pump you need.
Combination Boiler – Hot water is produced on demand by a small wall hung boiler, no water tank is needed to store the cold water as the boiler is fed straight from the mains water supply.
Unvented – Unvented systems use a wall hung boiler and a metal clad water tank, no cold-water tank is needed.