If your home has a water system that operates at low pressure it can be tough to get a powerful showering experience. One solution is a shower pump, but this requires you to find a place to situate this pump and then connect to your system. Luckily Triton Showers has the answer in the form of the Triton T150Z Pumped Thermostatic Electric Shower.
This model of electric shower features an integrated pump, dispensing with the need to have a separate shower pump. So if you’re water pressure is low, unreliable or even non-existent, you can still enjoy the powerful shower that you deserve.
As well as the white finish shower unit you’ll also receive:
|Electrical Entry Points||Top, Bottom, Back (Right Hand Side)|
|Water Inlets||Top, Bottom, Back (Right Hand Side)|
|Shower Head & Riser Kit Supplied||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SPSGPE09WC|
£273.19 (Inc. VAT)
RRP £434.98 Save £161
More than 50 Available
Pros: constant water temperature and flow.
with the pumped shower the water temp is constant regardless of what water others are using in the house. Very good flow rate and easily controllable. Easy to use, simple controls and looks good.
Pros: Definitely more powerful then previous mains 10.5Kw shower. Lovely not to have fluctuations when someone else uses the mains supply.Certainly hot enough.Easy to install and commission.
Cons: Pump gets a bit of getting used to as it is noisey. Template inaccurate- better to offer shower up to wall to mark fixings.
Prompt delivery. Took a day to fit then had a powerful shower which is constant each day. Suggest putting anti scale bag in cold water tank if you are in hard water area. So far haven't had to clean showerhead of scale.
excellent product, easy to fit and easy to use
This shower works a treat in the cottage with very little water pressure. Very pleased. Delivered as promised.
Very pleased with the product and the service from the Shower Shop was first class.
Pros: Clean looks , easy to use , good spray patterns , very safe with quick temperature control.
Cons: From a fitting point , whilst easy to follow instructions , the lid was fixed by 4 tiny self tapping screws that where impossible to screw into the frame without stripping the heads off . (very surprised about the poor design on this ) very poor qua
This electric shower was one of a few that offered an internal pump that could be used from a cold water tank that I fitted so that I could have a hot shower with quite a good force of water (not quite a power shower that needs two tanks 1 hot 1 cold ).
Before I fitted the tank and electric shower i could only get a very poor shower at best , but completely lost all water when another tap was opened or the washer or toilet used this the problem with combination boilers , and low pressure mains .