Stuart Turner Monsoon Shower Pump 2.0 Bar Twin Impeller Positive Head - 46415
£318.98 (Inc. VAT)
Where an open vented positive head system exists with a minimum gravity flow of 0.6 l/min, then the Monsoon Standard is the perfect solution.
Standard twin pumps are designed for installation into both the hot and cold water supply - boosting both equally.
They can be used to:
Boost hot and cold water services to the complete home, bathroom, kitchen or cloakroom.
Boost hot and cold water supplies to a high performance shower system.
Features and Benefits:
- Stuart Turner Monsoon 2.0 Bar Twin Impeller Positive Head Shower Pump
- Flow switch sensitivity: approx. 0.6 l/min
- Brass pump head construction
- G¾ male pump connection
- Hose with 22 mm plumbing connection
- Flow and pressure switch operation
- Continuously rated induction motor (S1) @ 9 l/min and above
- Fitted with anti-vibration feet
- System controlled by high quality PCB
- WRAS approved
- Please note model is for UK 22mm flexible hose specifciation
- 5 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Stuart Turner Monsoon Shower Pump 2.0 Bar Twin Impeller Positive Head - 46415 Video
Continually Evolving and Innovating
Continual investment in research and development ensures Stuart Turner remains at the forefront of design technology and innovation.
Developed the domestic shower pump market in the 1970’s.
Holders of numerous patents relating to shower pump technology including GB2494485 for Flomate and GB2349908 for mainsboost.
Four additional shower pump technology patent applications currently in progress.
Engineering Patents include everything from the Milking Machine to the 650cc water cooled, two stroke motor bike between 1912 and 1913!
Every pump is manufactured from only the highest quality components and raw materials.
Each individual pump is fully tested before leaving the factory.
All whole house, bathroom and shower pumps are WRAS approved and manufactured within ISO 9001:2008.
Guarantees that lead the industry - five years for Monsoon and Mainsboost.
£318.98 (Inc. VAT)
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Prices last checked on 17/08/2019
All prices are inc VAT and include delivery charges
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Having replaced 2 shower pumps over the last 3 years I decided to go for the more expensive Stuart Turner Monsoon pump. My plumber fitted it for me. When we switched it on we had to check it was working...it was so quiet compared to the Grudfos pump that it was replacing. A month in and we have no complaints whatsoever.
After looking at various pumps to replace a 30 year old used every day mira pump this one looked a decent replacement for what we wanted. The build quality of this pump is good, having brass fittings seems like a good move for pump longevity. The pump came with flexible 22mm push hose fittings, useful but we did not need these. Maybe the pump is a little more expensive than some with plastic impeller housings but now the pump is fitted and hoping the pump will last several years the price is Ok. The pump when in use is quite quiet, a lot quieter than our old pump, the noise level is very acceptable. I suspect that an antivibration mat would be a waste of time and money. We used slightly longer flexible hose fittings than those supplied that maybe helped a bit to isolate noise due to pump vibration. The power cable fitted was a bit too short for our installation and it was an easy job to replace the supplied cable with a longer one. It does not take a lot of water flow for the pump to turn on which is good. Water pressure for a single shower is a good compromise between enough pressure and not running the hot water out too quickly becuase we have a fairly small hot water tank. We have had this pump for a couple of months now, given that we do not know longer term reliability, starting again would I buy this pump again yes I would.
I purchased an ST Monsoon 2 bar to replace a cheap pump that had failed after shortly over a year - I thought it would be fine as it was only having to work one shower but was wrong. Having been let down I went for this as a friend recommended Stuart Turner pumps as being very good quality. This is over-spec for what I need but I wanted to go for something that could handle the current set up but also any additions in the future. It has been in for around 3 weeks and it is light years better than the other one. The noise is massively reduced, and I mean massively. All pumps make some noise but this is really quiet by comparison. The pressure is absolutely fine for what I need and produces a good strong shower. If you are unsure about whether to get something like this or a cheaper alternative i would really recommend going with this. There is no substitute for quality and you will just end paying more in the end as I have done if you go for a cheap option. Delivery from Plumbworld was great, lots of good communication and it arrived when they said it would in good condition.
This is the first water pump I have purchased on recommendation from my bathroom installer. I needed a pump to boost the power to my new showers. First impressions were that the delivery service was exceptionally fast and the item was well packaged. The quality of the product was excellent and once fitted worked as expected by my bathroom installer. The price was very competitive which is a huge positive. I have never had a water pump for boosting shower output in my house before so did not know what to expect in terms of noise. To be honest the pump does create a different noise in my airing cupboard which I hadnt anticipated. Im sure the noise will blend into the background once I get used to it. My new bathroom refurbishment is fantastic and without the water pump I can now appreciate that my existing water pressure would not have provided the showering experience I wanted. I would definitely recommend Plumbworlds water pumps.
I purchased the Stuart Turner Monsoon 2 bar pump which was replacing a similar Watermill pump . I say similarbut the only similarity between the two pumps I can think of is that they both run off electricity! The new pump is in an absolutely different league.... Admittedly its over double the price of the old one but its so better quality which results in it being much quieter than the previous pump. You could hear throughout the house whenever someone used the shower before but now you dont hear a thing! I had to reroute a bit of pipework to fit the Monsoon as the (not so flexible but amazing quality) flexible hoses that come with it were a different length to my previous ones but all so worth it to get this pump installed.... The 2 bar pump runs a single shower and is plenty powerful enough....Plus a 5 year warranty! If you are thinking of getting a new pump stop umming and arring and buy a Monsoon..... You wont regret it.