Salamander Twin Impeller Universal Head Regenerative Shower Pump CT60BU 1.8 Bar
What are the most important features a shower pump needs? It has to be quiet, it has to be hidden out of sight and it has boost your shower pressure for a brilliantly powerful shower. The CT60BU from Salamander is all of this rolled into one.
Is a shower pump for me?
Do you have issues with your hot water supply having a lower flow when compared with your cold? If you have the right type of shower then using a pump will assist in boosting pressure in your system.
If you require a reliable, regenerative pump then the CT60BU brought to you by Salamander is the perfect choice. The twin impellers have been designed to assist in ridding your water system of unwanted air. Ideal if you have multiple bends, elbows and complicated pipework in your system.
Compared with other similar pumps on the market this is one of the quietest during operation. This is very important if family members or housemates have to be awake at different times of the day, no one likes being woken up by what could be an earthquake first thing in the morning.
This new type of advanced twin ended pump designed for use with showers, basins, toilets, baths and other household appliances. They are also suitable for use with a huge range of shower types and will also refill your WC cistern in double the time.
A twin pump is designed to be connected to the stored supplies of hot and the cold water. The real benefit to this type of installation is that flow on both supplies is boosted to the same level and you are given that extra control when operating the shower.
If you’re still unsure then put your mind at ease with the fantastic 2 year guarantee covering this pump. You can then register your installation with Pumpwise and increase this to 3 years.
Features and Benefits:
|Outlet Pressure (Bar)||1.8|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CT60BU|
£271.03 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £558.00 Save £286
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For many months my existing shower pump struggled with low pressure at the head so was more of a lottery if it would work .. with this new pump which works with negative or positive head it works every time