Salamander Pumps

Salamander Pumps

The core of a great showering experience is having the option to turn up the power of the water to the max and be completely and invigoratingly drenched if that’s what you want. In some houses, however, this takes teamwork. There’s only so much your shower can do on its own. That’s why Salamander Pumps is here to help.

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Salamander Pumps

Water is something we often take for granted, turn on the tap and there it is.  Actually, getting a reliable supply of water to our house is quite a challenge and then there’s the issue of delivering to exactly where it’s needed.  Sometimes we can live with the water being delivered slowly, for example when a washing machine takes its time to fill.  Sometimes, however, the speed with which water is delivered can make a significant difference to our overall experience - like when you want a really good shower, or even when you just want to fill a bath at a reasonable speed.  The problem is that in many houses, including some fairly modern ones, the household water system is simply too low pressure to support modern appliances such as steam showers, hydro showers or whirlpool baths and replacing a household water supply can be a very expensive undertaking.  Fortunately, Salamander Pumps have developed a range of products to deliver your water right where it’s needed and at a suitable level of pressure.

Salamander Pumps offers three main types of pump to cover all needs.  ShowerBoost pumps are designed specifically to boost the power to one, specific shower.  They are particularly helpful when a house has a gravity-fed water system, which are notorious for their lack of pressure, exactly the opposite of what you need when showering.  BathroomBoost is also designed to work with gravity feed systems and gives you the power you need to enjoy a more powerful shower, such as a monsoon shower or a hydro shower or to enjoy the jets in a whirlpool bath.  HouseBoost is a highly unusual system in that it is one of the few pump systems which can legally operate with mains fed water supplies.  These are shared between multiple households and hence can often come under pressure at particular times of day, for example, in the mornings when many people are wanting to shower before work.